In a single hiring campaign, countless hours and manpower go into finding the perfect person for the role. Sometimes you hit a home run, and occasionally you strike out.
The most recent jobs report for May shows momentary waning employment growth, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data—but what does this mean for recruiting specialists?
Over the last few years, social media has become a growing platform for recruitment. As we move forward in a technology-driven environment, where wearables become commonplace and nearly every millennial is on a social network, social media recruitment will be essential.
You've read it everywhere—an applicant tracking system (ATS) can help your HR department find qualified candidates quicker than sorting résumés by hand. But can it keep retention rates up for your business? The answer, quite simply, is yes. Here's how:
High turnover rates can plague companies both physically and financially. Besides not being able to keep enough employees on staff, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported that losing an employee can cost a company double that person’s salary due to paperwork and having to train another candidate.
While employee turnover can’t be completely stopped, it can be vastly reduced. Follow these tips to try and cut down the amount of workers walking out of your company’s doors.