CareerBuilder’s new guide, “How to Create a Winning Recruitment Strategy,” guides you through the key questions you need to ask about your strategy in order to gauge its performance and identify potential problems.
A new study compared employment growth of America’s top markets to national results to reveal which cities are exceeding expectations – and which are lagging behind.
January was a bit cooler than expected — and we're not talking about the weather. The latest BLS jobs report, which was released this morning, came in short of expectations following a strong close to 2015.
There’s a bit of a love-hate relationship between recruiters and hiring managers. The patterns are always played out. I hear recruiters getting frustrated with hiring managers who don’t give them sensible briefs, don’t allot enough time, and offten change their minds. And I hear hiring managers getting fed up with being hassled by recruiters who then send them people that they don’t want to see and who don’t meet their expectations.
In between catching up on Kanye West’s rants, stocking up on essentials for #Blizzard2016, and following the crazy tennis match that is the 2016 Presidential Elections – you may have missed a few of the most interesting, thoughtful, or even eye-raising recruiting articles in January.
Not to worry — we’ve got you covered: Our resident talent advisors have hand-picked some of the articles that resonated with them this past month.
Most managers understand that, sometimes, unforeseen sh*t happens on the way to work – your child woke up sick, the train is delayed, the Starbucks barista got your order wrong, etc. – and you can’t always make it into the office at 8 a.m. sharp. Hey, it happens. (And, really, who can be expected to function that early without a tall, non-fat, sugar-free vanilla latte with soy milk – NOT almond milk, which you were very specific about?)
In fact, it happens a lot.
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