Attracting and retaining talent is more challenging than ever before. Companies are faced with a changing workforce and new philosophies surrounding work ethics that can be hard to adjust to. A big mistake companies make when hiring is to focus on younger candidates, recent graduates, and millennials. Although it might seem like you are recruiting the […]
Getting back to work. Most people want to go back to the office, but how to do it safely? There are a lot of things to think about. Working with our customers, day in and day out during this pandemic, has given us insight into how both local and national companies are preparing to bring […]
Organizations are increasingly utilizing flexible resources as a way of delivering their strategic objectives. An organization’s ability to scale its workforce and secure specialized talent when and where needed is critical in the ever-evolving skills market. But of course, this is easier said than done.
Today’s employees need to feel engaged in their work. When engagement stops, employees hit a plateau and start looking for other opportunities. Therefore, employers should pursue a proactive approach to encourage employee growth. There are many ways to encourage growth including:
Many employers are aware that there are specific questions you can’t ask during an interview. Inquiring about a candidate’s citizenship, marital status, gender, national origin, race, and similar protected conditions isn’t just bad form; it’s illegal. Here’s a little more info about 5 topics you cannot ask in an interview.
One of the most important steps in hiring is making sure you understand why the role exists. It is not uncommon for companies to get into the habit of blindly refilling roles even if they have outdated job descriptions or might no longer be required. By evaluating the job and the current job description, […]