A Book All Employers Need to Reread

Managers often seek out books that can help them improve their leadership skills. However, there is one book that, if you haven’t read it recently, it’s time to sit down for a careful review. Rereading the employee handbook at least once a year is critical. Not only do employment laws change regularly, but so does… Read More »

Are You Meeting New Employees’ Pay Expectations?

In today’s digital world, professionals can access tons of salary information with just a few clicks. Job seekers and employees alike can find out what their skills are worth or what others are earning for performing similar duties. As a result, an increasing number of professionals have clearly defined salary expectations. This mindset can be… Read More »

This Matters When You’re Looking to Hire…

Today, it’s a job seeker‘s market. A tight labor market means that companies have to compete to attract top talent, and those that fail to impress are going to struggle to find the skilled professionals they need to thrive.  Often, when unemployment is low, companies take specific tried-and-true steps in an attempt to stand out. While increasing salary ranges and… Read More »

When Does Your Company Need to Partner with a Recruiter?

  Today, companies are contending with a candidate-driven job market. Competition for top talent is fierce, making it harder to locate high-quality professionals quickly. As a result, many businesses turn to recruiters to help them find the right people for their vacant positions. However, figuring out whether partnering with a recruitment agency is the best… Read More »

Trouble Finding New Employees? Try This!

  As the labor market continues to tighten, more and more companies are struggling to find the new employees they need. Many of the traditional recruitment approaches aren’t ideal when it’s a job seekers’ market, drawing in candidates who aren’t ideal for the role or repeatedly tapping a subpar talent pool. Luckily, there are things… Read More »

Don’t Fall for These Business Culture Mistakes

  Company culture has become increasingly important in the eyes of candidates. Most professionals want more than just a solid salary and comprehensive benefits package; they also want an environment that meets their needs, the right amount of support, and access to opportunities. Certain business culture mistakes can be incredibly harmful for both recruitment and… Read More »

What’s More Important: How a Job Candidate Acts or What They’ve Accomplished

  When hiring managers evaluate candidates, they typically focus on what the job seeker has achieved during their career. Then, they try to select the candidate with the right skills and accomplishments that suggest they could provide value to the company if they are hired. However, how a professional behaves on the job may incidentally… Read More »

How Much Should You Support Employees’ Extracurricular Activities?

  Most companies focus on their employees’ work-related time and activities. After all, ensuring everyone remains productive and engaged on the job is critical to the organization’s success, making it an obvious priority. However, employers also need to be aware their workers have lives outside of the workplace. Additionally, understanding that good work-life balance benefits… Read More »

Here’s Why People Don’t Want Your Job

  Finding candidates for your vacant job seems like a simple task. After all, many job seekers are actively looking for a new role, so it seems only natural that qualified individuals would apply. As a result, if the resumes don’t start to roll in, it isn’t uncommon to be a bit confused. Certain aspects… Read More »

Summer Is Here: Are Your Employees Enjoying It?

  Most professionals spend at least 40 hours a week in the workplace. During the summer, it’s easy to become distracted by the beautiful weather or feel disappointed you can’t spend your time enjoying this amazing season. Keeping workers engaged during the summer can be challenging. However, by injecting some fun into the workplace, you… Read More »