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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.
The biggest disruptions are the ones you don’t see coming. As an HR professional, you may have made resolutions for the New Year – but is becoming a trusted talent advisor among them? By being aware of some of the biggest workforce trends for 2015 and resolving to do something about them you’ll add value back to your business and truly make a name for yourself in 2015. Resolve to get ahead of the trends this year (with a little help from us) with our new, free guide.
In the age of talent, only those companies who provide the best candidate experience will survive. Armed with this information, how can you successfully attract, hire and retain the top performers you need? As CareerBuilder’s new e-book, “The Age of Talent is Here: Recruitment for a New Era,” details, today’s candidates are searching for three key factors when researching prospective employers – and by providing these three things, you’ll be well ahead of the competition.
Your workforce, whether you realize it or not, is a spectrum of generations – and with that comes variations in work styles, habits, motivations, values, strengths and more. By being aware of and working to understand your employees’ varying needs and values, you’ll be able to more effectively lead them and help them thrive.
Despite many positive economic signs as of late, 32 percent of part-time workers haven’t been able to land a full-time job, according to a new CareerBuilder study. Workers share the top four reasons they're struggling to find full-time work.
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