As staffing companies continue to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, many job seekers are concerned that the tools could lead to bias. According to a recent American Staffing Association poll, 49% of employed U.S. job seekers believe AI recruiting...
By Steve Matas, SVP of Strategic Resourcing and Matt Gallant, Senior Director of Business Development, Strategic Resourcing, Advanced Clinical The current economic climate has brought about significant uncertainty regarding the health of the economy and the potential onset of a...
By KG Kujjo Writing accessible and inclusive job descriptions (JDs) is one of the first and most basic steps a company can take to source diverse applicants. In this post, we will explore four strategies and different tools to ensure...
A talent shortage / lack of qualified candidates is the biggest trend impacting hiring efforts this year, according to iHire’s 5th Annual State of Online Recruiting Report. More than 70% of employers cited this as the top concern, distantly...
Almost half (49%) of workers are either currently looking for a new role or plan to by the end of 2023, according to new data from Robert Half. That’s up from 41% a year ago. Gen Zers (74%), tech professionals...
Two is the ideal number of interviews according to job seekers, while hiring managers put that number closer to five, according to a recent survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. While both groups agree that multiple interviews...
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index (ETI) fell from 115.53 in May (downward revision) to 114.31 in June, marking the second consecutive month of decreases and suggesting that job growth will continue to slow. “We will need to see further...
Nonfarm employment grew by 209,000 jobs in June, following the addition of 306,000 jobs in May (downward revision), according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Over the past six months, job gains have averaged...
The number of job openings during the month of May fell to 9.8 million, a decrease of -496,000 from April, according to the most recent Job Openings and Labor Turnover report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Where job openings...
Private employment gained 497,000 jobs in June, after adding 278,000 jobs in May, according to the latest ADP National Employment Report. “Consumer-facing service industries had a strong June, aligning to push job creation higher than expected,” said Nela Richardson, ADP’s...

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