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
Tight Labor Market Got You Down? We Can Help.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, national unemployment is the lowest it’s been in half a century, with the jobless rate dropping to just 3.7 percent. That’s fantastic news for job seekers looking to make their next bigContinue reading
Recruitment Roundup – Show Me the Money
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.Continue reading
Would You Work a “Gig” in Today’s Shifting Economy?
[Excerpted from Social Hire] The gig economy in the U.S. has grown rapidly in recent years, with more workers taking on freelance, independent contractor and other non-traditional jobs. Within this new landscape exists a growing number of opportunities with on-demandContinue reading
The 50 EASIEST Places to Hire Employees
It’s easy to say that the best places to source candidates will be in the largest cities, but that’s not necessarily true. Some of the places on our list may surprise you. If you’re in the market to recruit candidatesContinue reading
The Dehumanization of Online Recruiting
As he sat at the dinner table listening to his wife and kids talk about their days, John didn’t really hear a word they were saying, as he couldn’t keep his mind from wandering back to the big decision heContinue 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
Nexxt HR Survey Says…2014 Employer Outlook Still Foggy.
As 2013 comes to a close and we look towards 2014, overall signs of changes to the employment marketplace indicate that there may be a better picture for workers in 2014. But, upon closer inspection, the results appear to beContinue reading
This Thanksgiving, Remember to Give Thanks for the Jobseekers
Are you preparing to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast? Perhaps you aren’t even working the day before Thanksgiving, taking off an extra day to prepare. Not to put a damper on the holiday, but it’s worth remembering that while we areContinue reading
Poor Communication Stands Between Veterans and Jobs
For too long veterans have been struggling to find work and it’s not because they lack the skills required to get the job done. There’s a disconnect between civilian skills and military training. The unemployment rate for veterans remains atContinue reading