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Economic improvements led by the competitive IT industry means that more candidates are expecting higher starting salary offers.
Nearly half (49 percent) of employers say they can tell within the first five minutes of interviewing a candidate if he or she will make the cut, according to a new CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,000 HR and hiring managers. And a whopping 9 in 10 (90 percent) of employers say their minds are made up by the 15-minute mark.
Thirty percent of workers say they regularly search for jobs even though they’re currently employed, and 16 percent are determined to land a new position in the New Year. How can you make employees think twice about leaving your company in 2015?
While temperatures plunged and a deep freeze gripped much of the U.S., job creation thankfully continued to thaw as evidenced by the December 2014 jobs report released this morning. It was a different story with wages, however.
To successfully target the right candidates and bring the right people onto your team when you need them most, you need a game plan that won't fail you. Here are three strategies to help you thrive in the age of talent.
As CareerBuilder CEO Matt Ferguson previously mentioned, the U.S. job market is turning a corner as caution gives way to confidence. And with that news comes news that nearly half (45 percent) of employers anticipate their organization will raise the minimum wage this year. What does this mean for you?
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