What Candidates Value in the Post-Pandemic Market

“It seems that even as the pandemic eases and life gets back to something like “normal,” workers are going to be in motion. That means employers should prepare themselves for new dynamics in the labor market, and new expectations from candidates and employees.” What Candidates Value in the Post-Pandemic Market… Read More »

How Can Job Rejections Strengthen Your Job Search?

“Job search is a beast. It is a phase in our lives that is harder than most of us want to admit. It takes immense emotional strength, resilience, persistence, and even creativity to succeed in the endeavor of pursuing a new job, especially one that you end up enjoying.” How Can Job Rejections Strengthen Your… Read More »

What’s in a Name? Understanding Junior, Mid-Level, and Senior Developers

“Is a junior-level developer someone who can’t solve even a simple task? What is the difference between a confident junior specialist and a beginner mid-level professional? When does a specialist become a senior-level one?” https://www.recruiter.com/i/difference-between-junior-middle-senior-developers/… Read More »

Identifying Recruiting Budget Wants and Needs

It’s no secret that 2020 probably didn’t turn out the way you or your organization expected, especially when you were drawing up plans and drafting budgets way back when. Few industries and companies were left unscathed (though folks like Zoom, Amazon, and DoorDash may feel differently). Identifying Recruiting Budget Wants and Needs… Read More »

Without Remote Work Opportunities, You Won’t Be Retaining Your Employees in 2021

Today’s business challenges are unlike any others we’ve seen, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. In spring 2020, companies had to enable remote workforces virtually overnight, and although many businesses have begun to see the advantages of remote work, 71 percent are still struggling with the transition. https://www.recruiter.com/i/without-remote-work-opportunities-you-wont-be-retaining-your-employees-in-2021/… Read More »

6 recruiting strategies to win the talent war in 2021

How companies recruit and hire has fundamentally changed this year, as employers seek to rebuild after the challenges of COVID-19. From record unemployment to massive disruptions in the workplace, recruiters are now tasked with shifting how they source, interview and support the hiring of candidates. https://www.benefitnews.com/list/6-recruiting-strategies-to-win-the-talent-war-in-2021… Read More »

4 Ways Diversity Is Directly Linked to Profitability

Workforce diversity is becoming an increasingly vital component in the business world. There is good reason for this trend. Research shows that more diverse staffs have been linked to rising company productivity levels. This directly correlate with increased profitability. https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/346229… Read More »

How to Showcase Your Skills to Land a Job

IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A new job, you’re likely to encounter job descriptions and requirements that are markedly different from postings before the COVID-19 pandemic. The bad news is that you may fear you do not have all the skills today’s employers want. The good news is that most candidates are in the same boat. https://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/articles/how-to-showcase-your-skills-to-land-a-job… Read More »

U.S. News & World Report Unveils the 2021 Best Jobs

U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice, today revealed the 2021 Best Jobs. At a time when health care is more critical than ever, jobs from the sector dominate the list, with 42 of the 100 Best Jobs in health care or health care support roles. After ranking No. 3… Read More »

4 Ways Hiring And Recruitment Will Change In 2021

2021 is here, and with it a whole new era in hiring and recruitment. But what does talent acquisition look like in the midst of a pandemic? https://www.forbes.com/sites/markcperna/2021/01/05/4-ways-hiring-and-recruitment-will-change-in-2021/?sh=719cf4c2d09e… Read More »

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