“Strategy, Access, and Leadership in San Antonio” (SALSA) was the theme for the 2017 ILG National Conference. On August 16, Berkshire’s expert and Vice President of Client Services, Cheryl Boyer, recapped the best “SALSA” moments from the conference in the ILG National Conference Recap Webinar. Register today, and hear Cheryl’s analyses and lessons-learned from sessions, keynote presentations, and other conference activities.
The national unemployment rate is expected to further dwindle to 4.4%. While this is great for the economy, large companies face the unintended consequence of finding the right talent in a candidate-driven market. Specifically, the finance, healthcare, and manufacturing industries face unique issues around the scarcity of talent.
Published: August 2016
Tracking applicant data is an important component of compliance with federal affirmative action requirements. Not only is it required, but if done strategically, it can provide valuable insight into your company’s hiring practices and help mitigate compliance risks. With the latest applicant tracking system (ATS) technology available, collecting massive amounts of data is commonplace. Knowing what all this data means and how to use it to your advantage is where the challenge lies.