As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives and still carries many unknowns for the future, we’ve decided to postpone StaffingHub Live 2020. The next StaffingHub Live will take place on September 27th & 28th,...
From the latest recruitment technology to managing a modern workforce, these webinars are filled with tactics and strategies to help Staffing and HR professionals become more relevant in the industry. Watch them if you want to elevate your knowledge and...
Over 3 million workers left their jobs in January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is the largest job exodus in almost 16 years.    Here’s what we can infer about all this quitting: Potential wage increases: When...
Through its annual Recruiter Nation Survey, Jobvite aims to provide a complete picture of the recruiting industry, including current challenges, concerns, and emerging trends. It should come as no surprise that this year's survey reflects the impacts of the...
More than 40% of employers have difficulty finding entry-level candidates, says research from The Rockefeller Foundation and Edelman Intelligence. In part, this is because hiring managers may be putting too much emphasis on college degrees.     A college degree may...
Labor Secretary nominee Alexander Acosta squeaked by on a 12-11 vote in the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee last week. The committee voted along party lines, and the next step is Senate approval with a minimum of 52...
In this episode of The Staffing Show, David Folwell, the President of Staffing Hub, interviews Melissa Howard, Data and Systems Analyst for IT Works Recruitment, about what recruiters get wrong when connecting with candidates, what new recruiting tools lead...
There were 235,000 new jobs in February, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, exceeding economists' projections by 45,000 jobs. The sectors with the most growth were construction at 58,000 and professional and business services at 37,000. Healthcare saw a...
A new year brings new hope for job market recovery. According to the 2021 Future of Recruiting Study from CareerArc, more than 75% of employers are optimistic that hiring demand will at least come close to its pre-pandemic state...
The US added 148,000 new jobs in December, marking the 87th consecutive month of employment growth, according to the Department of Labor. Wages have also started to see an increase -- they rose 2.5% in December. These gains are...

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