Your recruiters can’t escape Millennials. They are the largest segment of the labor force in the US and are inevitably reshaping the workplace. And your recruitment approach. Here’s how your recruiters can attract them. The first step? Help your team like Millennials If your recruiters aren’t Millennials themselves, they’ve definitely heard a lot of buzz about this generation. TIME …
Buzzwords like game changer and innovation reveal core values of our tech-influenced culture. To be the sharpest recruiter, you must employ the latest social media recruiting tools.
There are a lot of exceptional people who have faced more than their fair share of rejection. In recruiting, you’re the person that matches a client with the talent that they wouldn’t have recognized. And sometimes that talent comes from your rejection pool.
Leading business-class text messaging platform welcomes customer service expert Abby Boyd DENVER, CO, JULY 21, 2016 — TextUs announced today that Abby Boyd will be joining their team as the Customer Experience Lead. Her role will improve customer service to the 100 staffing firms that have chosen TextUs as their business-class text messaging provider.
Everyone is trying to figure out Millennials. For every article that describes them as entitled or narcissistic, there are others that highlight them as innovators and leaders. But no one can argue with their importance — Millennials are the majority of the workforce.
It happens to the best recruiters. You researched interview tips. You asked the smartest questions, and the candidate had ace answers. They get hired immediately. Days later, you hear they were a dud. What happened?
With the market for contingent labor becoming more competitive, how can you attract the most reliable and capable candidates? Here are some ideas.
As the healthcare industry evolves, workers must offer more than just a technical skill set. So-called soft skills are vital for delivering high-quality and efficient services at every level. So what are some of the most important soft skills to look for when staffing a healthcare organization?