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.
We recently spoke to Matt Miller, CTO at CyberCoders, about his role leading an in-house software development team, as well as his thoughts on the biggest keys to driving tech adoption, the newest trends in tech for staffing and recruiting in 2016, and more.
43 percent of health care employers plan to hire full-time workers in 2016, outperforming the national average for employers adding full-time staff, according to CareerBuilder's 2016 U.S. Job Forecast.
When it comes to your recruitment plans for 2016, you’d be remiss to leave job postings out of the mix. Job postings aren’t just a reliable staple -- they’re an essential and growing part of the job search for people looking for a new job right this minute.
Giving job candidates a poor experience isn’t just hurting feelings — it’s hurting your bottom line and your reputation. According to CareerBuilder’s 2015 Candidate Behavior Study, 65 percent of candidates are less likely to buy from a company to which they’ve applied if they don’t hear back from an interview — and that’s not all.
The study also found that the correlation between a negative candidate experience and subsequent consumer purchasing habits starts at the beginning of the job search process: 58 percent of candidates say they are less likely to buy from a company to which they’ve applied if they don’t get a response to their application, and 69 percent are less likely to do so if they have a bad experience in the interview.
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