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5 Signs Your Recruiting Process is Broken

Hiring is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. If you can identify the flaws in your recruiting process, you can make the necessary changes to fix them. By attracting the right candidates, screening them properly, conducting effective interviews, doing enough reference checks, and following up with candidates after the interview, you can find the best employees for your company. What are the flaws in your process and how do you plan to fix them? Continue reading 5 Signs Your Recruiting Process is Broken

Employee Retention- Why recruiters should be focused on this metric

Employers are often tempted to equate “retention rate” with “turnover rate”, yet there is a distinct difference. The retention rate, or stability index, deals specifically with the employees that stay and works in tandem with turnover rates to provide an all-encompassing view of employee movement. Calculating either metric alone only tells part of the story; … Continue reading Employee Retention- Why recruiters should be focused on this metric

Here’s what to expect in recruiting in 2023

As we look ahead to the next few months in recruiting, it’s evident that our industry is undergoing a drastic transformation. AI and data analytics are playing an increasingly vital role in identifying talent and improving decision-making, while new forms of social media have become invaluable recruitment resources. The challenge lies in learning how to best employ these new tools while developing effective strategies to win the war for quality talent. The changing role of recruiters calls for innovative approaches to hiring, enabling them to stand out as key drivers of corporate success. Continue reading Here’s what to expect in recruiting in 2023

US Quit Rates: They’ve fallen but still historically high

As the year 2021 commenced, expectations that job quitting would decline were high – and it did. Nevertheless, any hope of attaining pre-pandemic levels has since dissipated; Indeed’s recent data shows that job resignations are still higher than many employers desire. Though not as elevated as in late 2020, quit rates remain above prior pandemic … Continue reading US Quit Rates: They’ve fallen but still historically high

Economist believe tech layoffs to surpass Great Recession

In 2008, 65,000 tech employees lost their jobs; this number was mirrored in 2009 according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas only global outplacement and career transitioning firm. By comparison, 965 tech companies laid off more than 150,000 employees this year globally, surpassing the Great Recession levels of 2008-2009. Notable tech companies, such as Amazon, Twitter, … Continue reading Economist believe tech layoffs to surpass Great Recession

How Shopify’s Focus on Productivity Created a “Meeting Elimination” Policy

As the employees at Shopify returned to work on Tuesday morning after their holiday break, they were welcomed with a wonderful surprise: all meetings that had three or more people involved each time would be cancelled for two weeks! It was an effortless way of reducing everyone’s calendars and giving them some relief in the … Continue reading How Shopify’s Focus on Productivity Created a “Meeting Elimination” Policy