Bullhorn Surveyed 800 Recruiters. Here Are Their Predictions for the Second Half of 2020.

As we enter the second half of 2020, the beginning of the year already feels like a distant memory. So much has changed so quickly, and one might assume the priorities and challenges for staffing and recruiting businesses today are worlds apart from what they were just six months ago. While there’s no doubt that the landscape… Read More »

10 Recruitment Trends for 2020/2021: Latest Predictions You Should Be Thinking About

Recent technological advancements had forced the modern workplace to evolve. From shifts in recruiting expectations to AI-powered hiring, disruptive recruitments trends continue to emerge. Are you prepared to succeed in competing for today’s best talent? Below are ten global recruitment trends businesses and HR professionals should be aware of in 2020 and beyond. See full… Read More »

How Navigating a Technology Change Can Improve Recruiter Productivity

While staffing firms across the globe are forced to re-examine the way they do business in light of the recent global events, we understand that you still have a commitment to your clients and candidates to be as effective as possible. With that in mind, here is a spotlight from our Global Changemakers series, highlighting… Read More »

When Will Remote Workers Feel Safe Heading Back to the Office?

With states starting to lift lockdown restrictions amid fluctuating infection and hospitalization rates — and some localities even forced to pause reopenings in progress — the safety of heading back to the workplace is still very much in question. What will it take for the typical worker whose routine has shifted as a result of the pandemic to feel comfortable going back into the… Read More »

Need an Applicant Tracking System? Here Are Your 10 Best Options:

Top 10 Applicant Tracking Systems Applicant tracking systems (ATSs) are fixtures of the modern recruiting landscape – which makes the widespread disdain for them all the more disheartening. It’s not that ATSs don’t deserve the hate – after all, they tend to knock perfectly qualified candidates out of the running for small errors like using the… Read More »

Make New-Hire Identity Verification a Top Priority in the Age of the Virtual Workforce

The digital age offers companies a myriad of benefits. Seamless, high-speed communications and always-on access to the internet empower customers and employees alike. Smart devices keep networks of people connected, with critical information available in just a few click. Advances such as these have enabled the rapid expansion of the gig economy and increasing numbers… Read More »

Keeping Data Security Intact with Remote Teams

Data security is always top of mind, but as staffing and recruiting companies put processes in place to keep their teams active in their own homes, the topic is in the spotlight again. Tommy Donnelly, Bullhorn’s SVP of Information Productivity and Security, answers a few of the frequently asked questions we’re hearing from clients as… Read More »

2020 Recruiting Trends: Technology and Human Connection Drive Recruiting Success

At the HR Technology conference this year, HR analyst Josh Bersin observed that while HR technology is rapidly changing across the board, the most dynamic area of growth is in recruiting technology. New advancements in AI, assessment, sourcing tech and mobile functionality have radically altered the recruiting experience for both recruiters and candidates. As we… Read More »

Top 7 Recruitment Trends for 2020 and Beyond

Over the past few years, the trend in recruitment has been constantly changing. Some of these changes are gradual while others happened at a lightning speed. Talent acquisition is no longer about reviewing paper resumes and conducting one-on-one interviews. These days, employers would emphasize skills assessments and have embraced the various technological advancements in recruiting.… Read More »

On-boarding in the Age of Social Distancing: 4 Best Practices to Follow

  It’s no secret that onboarding can be a strenuous task even under the best of circumstances. In fact, research indicates the average new hire is required to complete 54 activities during the course of a typical onboarding experience. That’s a substantial undertaking­­ for both new employees and their employers. Add a global pandemic to the mix, and the onboarding… Read More »