Staffing Insights

From Baby Boomers to Millennials - The Changing Labor Pool

A country’s workforce is a compilation of their economic and technological advancements, meaning its always changing, adaptable and resilient. As our technology improves and the economy shifts, our workforce transforms, altering the types of jobs that are essential, creating a need for different types of candidates, and even adjusting how we think about work altogether. With all of the changes that stem from technology and economic shifts, there is another vital societal element that is impacting our employment landscape – the changing demographic of our labor pool.

5 Not So Obvious Ways to Recruit Employees

With the job market getting hot again, talented candidates are receiving multiple offers – and quickly leaving the pool of available workers. Companies must move fast when positions become available, and become a little more creative when searching for the perfect candidate. If you have a thoughtfully written job description and fully vetted your internal systems for hiring, it’s time to gear up for a few non-traditional ways of locating talent:

Making a Counter Offer to Retain an Employee [Infographic]

When an employee turns in their resignation notice, you have two options: Accept the resignation Try to convince the employee to stay Depending on the employee and working relationship, a counter offer may make sense.

Counter Offers: When They Make Sense

Your number one (or number three) employee just turned in their notice. Do you try convincing them to stay?

Inertia Is No Longer an Effective Talent Retention Strategy

The job market is heating up, and companies are responding by getting more aggressive in their pursuit of top talent. But smart hiring managers know that acquisition is just half of the talent equation; it doesn’t do any good to bring in new talent if your existing, proven performers are walking out the door.

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