Three Tips to Silence Quiet Quitting

Quiet quitting

Whether you consider quiet quitting an alarming uptick in lazy employees or a justified attempt at work/life balance, this attitude toward work negatively impacts workers and employers alike. It may be a new term, but it refers to an attitude that has been around forever. We all know people who only do the minimum required, […]

Three Tips so Ghosting Doesn’t Haunt Your Hiring Process

Ghosting (stopping all communication without explanation) started as a dating term, but it has become an alarming and harmful trend in the talent world. When job seekers are ghosted, they’re left with a bad candidate experience and an unpleasant perception of the employer. When employers are ghosted, they’re left with wasted time and delays in […]

Could new pay transparency laws lead to better pay equity for U.S. workers?

In the last two years across the talent landscape, we’ve seen disruptions in the economy like never before with wages up 4.5% which according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics is the biggest increase in 39 years. As companies had to compete for talent, they were paying higher starting wages while existing employee wages remained […]

Three Ways to Beat the Talent Crisis

Across industries, today’s labor shortage is having a huge impact on how companies conduct their business. Without enough talent to deliver their products and services, many businesses are facing delayed growth or in extreme cases, whether they can even stay afloat. While enabling staff to work remotely has helped some companies attract candidates, there is […]

What does the state of the economy have to do with recruiting? Everything.

In a speech on Monetary Policy and Price Stability, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell described the current labor market as lopsided. In July, the U.S. economy added 500,000 jobs and yet there are twice as many job vacancies as there are unemployed people. This is all to say that it’s still a strong candidate market […]

Five Reasons to Support Workations

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed us. As businesses, supply chains, and institutions worldwide attempt to recover and move forward, one thing is certain: There is no going back. Since the pandemic, a record number of people left the workforce or changed jobs. According to a PwC survey of more than 52,000 workers in 44 countries, […]

How employers can drive inclusivity through job descriptions

In 2022, there are five generations of workers in the U.S. labor market from Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z. Each new generation enters the workforce with different expectations, communication styles, and perspectives. The latest generation, Gen Z is no exception and one of their biggest expectations from employers is an inclusive […]

How to Leverage Social Media in Recruiting

Social Media in Job Search

Recruiters face many tasks when sourcing, engaging, interviewing, submitting and hiring talent. It can often be an exhausting task if you don’t have an organized plan of attack in a candidate driven market. Candidates have many avenues for their job search whether they are actively looking for new opportunities or passively engaging with a company’s […]

How to recruit, engage, and hire passive candidates

According to a new report out from Workable, 37% of American workers are described as passive job seekers. Passive candidates are not actively applying for jobs, updating their resumes or fretting over the dreaded cover letter. However, they are open to hearing more about what a new opportunity or change in their career could bring […]

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