Hiring Insights Archive
Let's take a quick poll…how many companies plan on hiring new talent in 2016? According to the latest statistics, at least 42 percent of companies will do some sort of hiring this year for one reason or another. I continually hear from companies that they are either in the process of hiring or are going
Wow, I can’t believe we’re starting a new ride for 2016! Last year was crazy when it came to finding the right individual(s) for a job. Unemployment continued to fall and every company was looking for the best and brightest and wouldn’t settle for anything else.
Unless you've been living underneath a rock you are probably somewhat aware that football season is here. That means we get to start the tried and true traditions of friends gathering around and rooting for our favorite teams, crisp fall days, tailgating, and eating our collective body weights in buffalo wings and various other goodies.
Did we identify the perfect candidate for your job opening? Did you interview the candidate and decide the candidate checks your must-have boxes? Do you need to have the candidate on your team? Then DON'T make the mistake of continuing to search or dragging your feet. In today’s employment market, the employee will have moved
With the New Year in progress, 2015 hiring will continue to remain a top priority as companies experience an upswing in business demands and pre-recession growth opportunities. Yet, the daunting task of hiring the “perfect “candidate for last year’s vacancy remains to be checked off.
Do you find yourself wondering why job candidates are not accepting your offers? Are you frustrated that your office is getting further and further behind? Are employees getting stressed out because the additional responsibilities are leading to underperformance? Are your own tenured employees exiting the company for new opportunities that are more enticing?
I don’t know how it happened. I always told myself I wouldn’t be one of “those people.” Baseball, basketball, football, even hockey - I’ll watch and openly talk about any all day, any day. But, soccer? No way! It’s too boring, long, and who likes to watch a game where you are cheering for a
Resumes can be fun to read. Some hiring managers might be questioning that view, but it is something I enjoy doing. Resumes provide insight into how companies run, can portray a career development story, and highlight personal successes. Sometimes we get those resumes that leave recruiters shaking our heads. Then we have the candidates who
It is an exciting time to be in the staffing industry. Celebrity Staff, a division of C&A Industries, has nearly twice the number of contract employees working for us now than we did a year ago. As Omaha's unemployment drops, the need to recruit top talent has increased.
When it comes to starting the search process for a new employee, most hiring managers begin by reviewing resumes. Studies say a hiring manager will spend on average six seconds glancing at a resume before deciding whether or not they will move the candidate to the next stage of the hiring process.