Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup. This week we take a look at everything staffing: from people who network in an Uber, to higher minimum wages, and understaffed nursing homes. These pieces offer insight into what employees are thinking and what motivates them to stay. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.
We’ve seen it in I, Robot, Ex Machina and RoboCop; the formidable takeover of the human race by machines, or more specifically, artificial intelligence (AI). But is the threat of the robo-revolution real or is it just our 21st century anxiety getting the better of us? Well, it depends what industry you’re in, but when it comes to customer service, we need to pump the breaks – it’s not all doom and gloom.
Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! What do Amazon, July 4th, and speed-dating have in common? They’re all in the Roundup this week! From managerial headaches to escape room interviews, we’re covering a wide variety of interesting topics this week. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.
Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! This week, we’re taking a look at what employees are up to in this tight labor market. From planning to quit their jobs to judging a book (your company) by its cover, it seems like the employees have all the power. Or do they? Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.
Start recruiting the way top advertisers do.
In a never-ending battle to reach and acquire top talent, HR pros and recruiters are being forced to think outside the box to fill openings. Though a lot of people look at jobs, only the most active job seekers are applying every day. Retargeting is a way to activate other professionals, who may otherwise not be on the hunt for a new job. And, if recruiters aren’t making use of this up-and-coming recruitment tactic, they could be missing out on top candidates, who are not yet active job seekers.
Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! This week we’re looking at the ups and downs of the workforce. More specifically, how companies are increasing benefits and wages in order to retain workers in an even tighter labor market. Will these efforts pay off with the unemployment rate dipping even lower? Time will tell. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.
Lured by an entrepreneurial spirit, an exciting earning potential, and increased flexibility, professionals of all shapes and sizes have left traditional desk jobs for stints with companies like Uber, Postmates or Task Rabbit. And this trend isn’t slowing down. According to a 2017 report by Intuit and Emergent Research, the number of workers in the gig economy is expected to sky rocket from 3.9 million to 9.2 million by 2021.
Question: What’s one of the most in-demand jobs with one of the highest turnover rates?
No, it’s not middle school teachers who have to make sure kids don’t eat Tide Pods. Nor is it postal workers who work in canine laden neighborhoods. So, what job is it? The answer is registered nurses.
Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! The weather is changing (finally) and so is the recruitment space! From new ways to close to the skills gap to new ideas about how to run the workforce, we’re looking at all things change this week. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.
Of the many “unsexy” jobs out there, home health aide is at the top of the list. But, make no mistake, they’re incredibly important roles. It takes a special and selfless person to help a stranger with the basics like bathing, eating and dressing.
Elder care workers, including home health aides, are among the most necessary and in-demand employees as the Baby Boomer generation continues to age. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, elder care employment will grow 41% by 2026.