The State of Online Recruiting 2021: Top 5 Survey Findings

  By Jason Hayes  |    Thu Aug 26, 2021

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

With ongoing unemployment, remote work, and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, recruiters and job seekers continue to navigate an ever-evolving labor market. What challenges are both parties experiencing in their search for one another? Which digital tools and online resources are candidates and employers relying on to find jobs and connect with...

Attending Staffing Conferences This Fall? Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

  By Jennifer Roeslmeier  |    Thu Aug 26, 2021

Category: Education, Expert Advice

It’s that time of year again when companies are preparing to attend all of the major fall staffing conferences! With conferences taking place in a virtual environment last year, there is even more anticipation to finally be back to in-person events this year. Whether you are attending one of the...

Cap Fees For Higher Salary Positions

  By Michael Gionta  |    Tue Aug 10, 2021

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

QUESTION: Do you cap fees for higher salary positions at the $150,000 or $200,000+ level? ANSWER: The simple answer is: No. Let me share an example of this type of situation, the client said they would pay $150,000 to $200,000 in a salary, we find somebody, and then the process gets competitive at...

Creating Market Value in Staffing

  By Michael Neidle  |    Tue Aug 10, 2021

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Recruiting

You can make a good living by doing Direct Hire (perm) as a small company, but this often doesn’t translate into maximizing your market value and having several potential buyers. There are a few reasons for this, principally as temp staffing (contracting) generates “an annuity” or continuous revenue stream by...

How to recognize and protect yourself from phishing attacks

  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Jul 29, 2021

Category: Expert Advice, Technology

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC.gov ), there has been a 768% increase in ransomware attacks through email scams. This is the number one attack vector for ransomware operators. What is an attack vector? It’s the means by which hackers work to gain access to a network that...

A Match Not Made in Heaven: The Disconnect Between Job Seekers and Companies Hiring

  By Jennifer Roeslmeier  |    Thu Jul 29, 2021

Category: Expert Advice, Productivity, Recruiting

This week I came across a new survey published by FlexJobs that revealed 48% of unemployed job seekers are frustrated in their job search because they are not finding the right jobs to apply to. That survey also showed that 47% are actively looking outside their current career...

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