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8 Common Mistakes Hiring Managers Make

Hiring is hard, and it’s no wonder that recruitment remains a perennial struggle for so many employers! But hiring managers often make things more difficult than necessary with unforced errors in their processes or decisions. Here are eight of the most common mistakes made by hiring managers. 1.       They don’t ask the right questions. The[…]

HR Outsourcing: How a PEO Can Help Real Estate Services

The real estate and construction industry is growing fast – while facing a shrinking pool of available workers. Specifically, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the growth rate for job roles throughout the real estate sector – from brokers and sales agents through construction laborers and managers – is outpacing the average[…]

Answers to 2018’s Most Pressing Hiring and Recruitment Questions

Recruitment is a topic of perennial interest to employers, especially in a market with historically low unemployment rates. Generational attitudes toward frequent job changes don’t help, and the costs and difficulties created by turnover make employee retention just as important a consideration. But just what is the hiring situation like right now in the U.S.?[…]

5 Ways Small and Midsize Businesses Can Strengthen Their Hiring Process

Half of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) cite hiring new employees as the top challenge facing their business, according to the Wasp Barcode 2017 Small Business Report. And as a company grows, so do its recruitment challenges. Fortunately, SMBs can take definitive steps to improve their hiring process. Here are five of the best: 1. Do your due[…]

The 2018 Human Resources Trends to Keep an Eye On

More than half of organizations will be hiring in 2018 – but still at a slowing rate. According to the LinkedIn 2017 Global Recruiting Trends Report, over half (56%) of recruiters say their hiring volume will increase in the next year. However, that represents a drop of 5 points over the past two years, and challenges remain.[…]

Tips for Attracting and Retaining Employees

Employees are the lifeblood of any company, and employee recruitment and retention is a perennial priority – and challenge – for employers nationwide. The process can be costly, however. According to Glassdoor.com, U.S. companies spend an average of $4,000 and 52 days to fill an open position. That squares with a finding from Randstad Sourceright’s 2016[…]

Social Media Screening: Good Idea or Compliance Minefield?

According to CareerBuilder’s 2016 survey on social media recruitment, the use of social media to find and screen candidates is on the rise. Nearly two-thirds (60%) of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates (it was just 22% in 2008) and nearly as many (59%) use search engines to research candidates as well. On the[…]