Recruiting News RoundUp

This week’s recruiting news: The Hunger Games for Talent The wife and I went to see the movie The Hunger Games 2 – Catching Fire, like most of the free world at this point.   The thing I remember most about the movie is how all the people in the ‘capitol’ dressed very flamboyantly, and I […]

Recruiting News RoundUp

This week’s recruiting news: 55 Percent of Hiring Professionals Plan to Increase Hiring in the First Half of 2014 According to a recent survey by Dice Holdings, Inc., leading provider of specialized websites for professional communities, the nation’s professional workforce is set to increase in the New Year as 55 percent of hiring managers and […]

Recruiting News RoundUp

This week’s recruiting news: How to Hire Awesome Employees When recruiting for open positions, employers look for candidates with the skills, experience, and demeanor they believe will benefit their organizations. The qualifications for positions can vary widely among organizations and from job to job, but employers tend to look for reliable, hard-working people who they […]

Recruiting News Weekly RoundUp

This week’s recruiting news: Addressing the Skills Gap: The 10 Best Takeaways from Close It 2013 “Talent is the only sustainable competitive edge we have. We need to create awareness around the skills needed and invest in communities,” said Mike Barriere, executive vice president of Human Resources and Environment, Health & Safety at Alcoa, during […]

Recruiting News Weekly RoundUp

This week’s recruiting news: iRecruit Demo Schedule November Announcing the iRecruit webinar presentation schedule for November 2013. Learn how to take control of your applicant tracking and recruitment process, and manage your applicants in a centralized, secure, cloud-based database. Is this internal feedback on job candidates unprofessional? I’m new to owning the hiring process at […]

Recruiting News Weekly RoundUp

This week’s recruiting news: iRecruit Demo Schedule November Announcing the iRecruit webinar presentation schedule for November 2013. Learn how to take control of your applicant tracking and recruitment process, and manage your applicants in a centralized, secure, cloud-based database. Hiring Rule #1: Slackers Need Not Apply A career involved in shipping truckloads of lettuce across […]

Recruiting News Roundup

This week’s top Recruiting news: 5 Things that Good Job Candidates Hate Your business’s most expensive asset is probably its people. It’s all about those brains getting your work done, so you want the best you can possibly get, right? But, if you’re not careful, you may be inadvertently driving away the best candidates with […]

Recruiting News Roundup

This week’s top recruiting stories: How to Host a Virtual Career Fair Career Fairs are great for networking and collecting resumes. A traditional career fair attracts all kinds of people seeking employment.  A Virtual Career Fair will help you target specific demographics for your recruitment marketing. The benefits include cost savings over a traditional career […]

Recruiting News Roundup

This week’s top recruiting stories:  4 Ways to Expand Your Hiring Reach Finding qualified talent today is tough, especially if you are in a service-based business. Most prospective hires today are passive candidates, which means they are open to a job change, but aren’t actively looking for a particular position.   Even Kanye Uses Staffing […]

Recruiting News Roundup

This week’s top recruiting stories: What to Say to the Candidates You Don’t Hire So you’ve just wrapped up a week of interviewing candidates for an opening in your department, and on Friday afternoon you reconvene with the rest of the interview committee to swap notes. The good news is there’s a clear front-runner, and […]