When it comes to hiring, company growth can often create chaos and uncertainty. As a talent acquisition leader, it can be frustrating to manage hiring plans that are constantly changing and trying to ensure that the right amount of resources and plans are in place to hit that moving target.
One of the hottest topics in the news and around the proverbial water cooler is the possibility of a recession hitting the United States this year or next. The primary focus of the concern is the massive number of layoffs that have been happening. To quote Crunchbase...
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You’ve heard about the war for talent. Many companies feel the intensity of this battle yet don’t have enough resources to come out victorious when they’re up against big companies with giant budgets and best-in-class equipment. For scrappy squads, they feel the unfair advantage and operate on the
Remember the days when candidates labored over all the details surrounding their office visit to meet your staff? Their clothing. Timing the commute right. The conference rooms jitters. That was the pre-2020 norm for candidates. Remote recruiting happened some, but it was a bit of a novelty.
One of the most popular topics of discussion these days is “recession.” It is very popular in the news media and even more evident in search engine trends. For example, check out the dramatic rise in popularity of the term “recession 2022” on Google.
According to CNBC, there are more than 11 million open jobs in America as of March 10, 2022. To quote them directly...
We offer an array of hiring services, and because of that, we often recruit recruiters to service our clients. When hiring recruiters, however, there is a lot to ponder. A lot has changed since my earlier career as a recruiter, and to prove that I looked at a 2010 job description for a recruiter
You’ve heard the stories: Firing an employee by text. Laying off groups of people by Zoom. Terribly insensitive and impersonal offboarding scenarios took center stage in 2020 when the pandemic began changing the world of work forever. Recipients of these unfortunate tactics took to social media to