According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), over 600,000 Brits lost their jobs between March and May of 2020. With lockdown rules being lifted and people able to go back to work, the job market is due to once again become competitive; even more so for older candidates who have been out of the game for longer.
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace have long been hot button topics aimed at promoting acceptance and inclusivity at work. Recently it has generated even
Recruiters and hiring managers have to compete just like the candidates who apply for those open jobs. Enable your recruiting and hiring teams with proper tools and recruiter resources.
Modern HR teams must constantly be innovating to have an edge in a highly competitive job market. Your own recruiting team might be considering new approaches
In just a few weeks’ time, COVID-19 has turned the labor market upside down. The US unemployment rate is in the double digits, and although state and
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Ahiring freeze doesn’t mean recruiters should be left in the dust. When you no longer have to spend your days sourcing and interviewing, you can shift your focus to making a bigger impact. You have a valuable skill set and business insights that can be used in many different ways. Now’s your chance to work on the projects you’ve dreamed about while also positively impacting the business.
Establishing the appropriate wage for an employee takes a lot more into consideration than one might think. Many organizations “wing it” or estimate pay for employees and while that can work for the smallest companies or companies with simple organizational structures, it is not as effective for growing or larger organizations.
As a staffing company and recruiter, you must know precisely how much profit you’re making on your temporary or permanent job openings before you place someone on an assignment. You likely see the markup for your placement, but do you know how this placement affects your overall bottom line?