As a business owner, you should know by now that the professionals you require may be different from the candidates available. When it comes to expanding your staff, the widening skills gap can make it difficult for you to acquire top talents. With the fourth industrial revolution at hand, the introduction of technological innovations will […]Continue Reading
A few years ago, the World Economic Forum released a statistic that shocked corporate industries: five million jobs will be lost to robots by 2020. Since then, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace has only increased, infiltrating the different sectors of companies in various industries. True enough, many menial tasks are now […]Continue Reading
Does your business have hard-to-fill positions? Don’t worry; you’re not alone in dealing with this kind of challenge, which can be caused by different reasons. For one, particular positions become hard to fill when the number of similar jobs available outnumbers the amount of people who are looking for that type of work. In the […]Continue Reading
These days, candidates have the ability to be much more selective in which types of companies they’d want to work for through research. Roughly 75% of candidates read about and look up a company’s reputation and employer brand before applying. Additionally, 69% wouldn’t take a job with an organization that has a bad reputation. As […]Continue Reading
In recent years, especially in light of talent shortages, the recruitment industry has become a more candidate-driven market. In years past, recruiters and staffing agencies held more control during the job application process. Today, candidates have far more power during the hiring process than ever before. This shift is one of the reasons why understanding […]Continue Reading
Peter Gasca is an esteemed entrepreneur, advisor, and author of the book One Million Frogs. He recently published a story on INC about past hiring decisions that still haunt him to this day—a story that begins with an alarming line from the brand new driver of their small start-up company, “I quit. I’m in Miami […]Continue Reading
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