Why you need an HR Analytics Department Now more than EVER

By definition, the HR department is all about supporting people within your organization. But running a human resources department, especially right now, is far from straightforward.  Enter the realm of People Analytics, the specialization that gathers and applies data-driven insights to improve hiring decisions, enhance employees working lives, and implement better processes for managing the … Continue reading Why you need an HR Analytics Department Now more than EVER

Lions, Tigers and Bears-How the recruiting game has changed in the last year

This year’s economy has continued to be a job-seeker’s market, with nearly 48 million people quitting a job last year and 76 million taking a new one. Although the labor market currently has 11 million openings, according to recent Labor Statistics data, candidates now have the upper hand with roughly 2 open jobs for every … Continue reading Lions, Tigers and Bears-How the recruiting game has changed in the last year

March Job Numbers: 3 data points to consider as you develop your Talent Strategy

There have been some interesting job data released over the last week indicating the challenging talent market is improving despite signs the economy is heading toward a tumultuous year. Here are three data points to consider as you develop your Talent Strategy for the remaining months of 2022. Continue reading March Job Numbers: 3 data points to consider as you develop your Talent Strategy

Here’s what’s worse than the Great Resignation

The Talent Acquisition industry continues to battle for talent in an increasingly tight market. Companies have been forced to reevaluate the emphasis on retention as many struggle to attract talent in a market where non-industry competitors are upping the stakes. Many point to the Great Resignation as the driving force behind the labor shortage but Emsi recently released data that should have most in the labor market terrified. Continue reading Here’s what’s worse than the Great Resignation

Recruiting Metrics: Are you focusing on the right bullet holes?

The term “War for Talent” has been around for the last two decades, but many recruiters feel as though they’re in a real fight for their life. Many recruiters return from the talent battlefield beaten, exhausted and with torn armor, to face a barrage of data demands from their leaders. In these moments of exhaustion, … Continue reading Recruiting Metrics: Are you focusing on the right bullet holes?

The October Labor Numbers: what candidates are telling us

The October Bureau of Labor Statistics report on employment, released on November 5, contains broadly positive news, with overall growth in non-farm employment of 531,000 which is the highest since July. The number of US jobs created surpassed the estimated 450,000 wages and recovering from dipping point in September.┬áThe Labor Department said Friday that the … Continue reading The October Labor Numbers: what candidates are telling us