Ever since COVID-19 impacted the world, the employment market has been changing. First it was favoring employers, then it was favoring the job seekers, and as we entered 2023, it’s been a bit muddy. Will we see another shift inContinue reading
Do You Have Hourly Jobs You Need to Fill?
Let’s agree that hiring hourly workers has always been a challenge, but it’s even harder at the moment. These are the people who showed up and kept the world running while the majority of us stayed home in 2020 andContinue reading
How Hiring Managers React to Candidates During and After Economic Downturns
The current US economy has been up and down this past year and it’s unclear how much or when the economy will fully recover, but with the CDC changing guidelines on masks, we seem to be on our way. ThisContinue reading
Why You Should Invest in Talent Regardless of the Economic Climate
Companies that recognize the significant role talent acquisition plays in their organization have a better chance of withstanding ongoing economic climate changes. Especially now, global economic fluctuations will continue to have notable impacts on HR strategies, especially when it comesContinue reading
Hey Employers, The Number of People That Want to Work on Thanksgiving Will Shock You!
Go Ahead and Stay Open on Thanksgiving, Your Employees Don’t Care! Back in 2012 when big box stores announced that they would be opening on Thanksgiving to allow shoppers to get a jump on their holiday shopping, American workersContinue reading
Employment Data – how to make sense of it all?
After a long winter, we will finally get a glimpse into where the employment market is headed. Here’s how to come to your own conclusion. Unless you have living in Miami or Honolulu, this was probably one of the longestContinue reading
Why There Were Only 96,000 Jobs Added In August?
We read the report so you don’t have to. Here’s what the August Jobs Report said — and be warned, it wasn’t terribly exciting. There were only 96.000 jobs added to the economy. On a positive note, the unemployment rateContinue reading