Change is inevitable in every aspect of life, and the same is true of a job market that’s constantly in flux. Tens of millions of U.S. workers leave their jobs each year — some quit, others are laid off — and another wave of workers slide into these open positions. A greater level of such movement, which is typically referred to as churn, is actually a positive indicator for the labor market, because churn measures the pulse of hiring activity in an economy.
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.
Human resources is a profession for which I am fiercely passionate. Have we made mistakes in HR? Yes. Am I discouraged? Far from it. Can we improve? Absolutely. Here are 5 ways I think we as HR professionals can grow and develop in 2015.
Unlike the live Peter Pan musical, the November jobs report released this morning far exceeded everyone's expectations. We read dozens of news reports, scour the Web, and break what we find down to three key talking points you can use. Whether you’re taking a break at the office water cooler or conversing with peers in the industry, you’ll have three conversation starters in your pocket.
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