You get a lot of information about candidates during the recruitment process. How can you keep track of your notes and impressions about candidates from the first time you meet them -- and potentially all the way through the interview process? Enter Talent Gather.
A new CareerBuilder survey provides insight into what today’s health care candidates want out of an employer, what roadblocks they face when it comes to locating that perfect employment match – and the implications these findings have on your recruitment strategy.
Every quarter, CareerBuilder surveys over 400 staffing industry professionals to gauge national industry trends and business insight—then shares the results with you. Check out where you stand amongst the competition, how other staffing organizations are growing and the Q2 trends that will impact your back half of 2015 for all things staffing and recruiting.
Growth and speed of business
A robust economy means more and more staffing firms are putting people to work—internally and externally.
CareerBuilder’s 20th anniversary is this September, and as anybody in the staffing and recruiting industry can attest: Things have changed a lot since 1995. “I started on a Selectric II typewriter and carbon copy contracts. My first boss handed me a roll of quarters for the phone both and a stack of index cards as we did not have an office yet,” says one respondent to CareerBuilder’s quarterly Pulse survey.*
Since then, the industry has seen a major overhaul as technology — and clients — have become more savvy and accessible due to the Internet, innovative software and great people like you.
Megan Elmore of GDH Consulting recently ushered in a major overhaul to GDH Consulting's website and in the same year, GDH Consulting was awarded with Inavero’s Best of Staffing Client and Talent accolades -- making Elmore the perfect person to discuss how the staffing and recruiting industry has adapted to technology, and how this will shape the industry’s future.
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