If you were lucky enough this March to escape frigid spring temperatures and attend the Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2015 Executive Forum in Orlando, you might have sat in on one of our favorite sessions: “20 Big Ideas from Staffing Industry Analysts,” by Jon Osborne, vice president of strategic research for SIA.
The rapid-fire session overviewed the staffing industry from a big-picture perspective with niche market opportunities that staffing firms and recruiters should take note of.
Major demographic shifts in the U.S. since 2001 have led to a workforce that looks quite different today, according to a new report from CareerBuilder. “The Changing Face of U.S. Jobs” explores how an increasingly diverse population is affecting the composition of nearly 800 occupations by gender, age and race/ethnicity.
Findings on diversity were revealed in the analysis of data from Economic Modeling Specialists Intl.
HR professionals have access to more data than ever, but what good is all that data if you don’t know how to properly use it? Matthew Stollak — associate professor of business administration at St. Norbert College — hosted a webinar this week to help HR professionals understand why the ability to read and analyze data is becoming an essential skill in their industry, and one that few actually possess.
If you can speed up your hiring process and make an offer quickly, you’ll show great candidates how serious you are about bringing them aboard. You’ll also ensure these great people don’t end up in the workforces of your biggest competitors. Here are 3 ways to improve hiring collaboration for a faster process and better results.
Sixty-five percent of candidates say they'll rarely return to a job after failing to apply via mobile.The fact is, you must make it easy for candidates to apply to your jobs from their device of choice -- whether that be a desktop computer or their mobile phone.
As we look ahead to the last stretch of 2014, U.S. employers are positioned to close out the year on a high note. Nearly 3 in 10 (29 percent) employers intend to hire full-time, permanent employees in Q4 — a number that beats last year’s forecast by four percentage points, according to CareerBuilder’s new Q4 job forecast.
Meanwhile, only about 1 in 10 (9 percent) employers say they will need to cut back on staff.
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