Today’s tough labor market is putting recruiters to the test. While some of them are certainly rising to the occasion, a far greater number aren’t faring as well. Case in point: there are currently 7.1 million job openings, according to latest report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Assigning blame is tricky, with multiple […]
Here at PayScale, we conduct ongoing research to understand the complicated relationship between compensation, how people feel about their salary and the many other factors that impact employee satisfaction.
We currently live in the era of personalized everything: Personalized medicine, personalized shopping, personalized playlists, the list goes on. People have a seemingly infinite amount of choices on how to customize and personalize their experiences in the world, whether it’s tailoring certain features in apps or using recommendation engines that serve up just the right […]
This is the sense I get when reading so many articles or LinkedIn posts. Recruiters, especially new ones, are evil. They are lower than car salespeople, worse than the political campaign calls and just a wee bit better than the fake IRS calls. How in the heck did the profession of finding/helping people get jobs […]
Seven years ago a job site for female millennials launched. It was called The Daily Muse. Fast forward to now – there was a name change (The Muse), an injection of $30 million, massive growth, and voila! The site now employs 120 people and attracts 75 million users. Oh, and it’s not just for women […]
Japanese part-time and temporary jobs aggregator Lacotto.jp has turned mobile-first by introducing some major changes on its interface. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Lacotto turns mobile-first appeared first on AIM Group.
GlassDoor, the recruitment reviews site owned by Recruit Holdings, has launched an employer site. GlassDoor for Employers is designed to help companies “recruit and hire quality talent faster and more easily,” according to industry newsletter OnRec. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post GlassDoor launches employer […]
After serving their country and gaining valuable experience in the process, many of our nation’s veterans still struggle to find jobs when they return home. Veterans without college degrees are often overlooked for high skill jobs. Companies should consider veterans’ experiences to be as valuable as a college degree and prioritize technical, leadership, and critical […]
Competencies have become the building blocks to determining success in an open role. When you identify competencies that are required for success in critical roles within your organization, you create a higher likelihood of job fit and success. Additionally, the chances of retaining that employee, due to their increased fit to the role increases and […]
In Malaysia, TribeHired, which calls itself Southeast Asia’s first IT recruitment vertical, has raised $437,000 U.S. in funding from AngelCentral. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post TribeHired raises $437k appeared first on AIM Group.
This “think piece” is designed to stimulate your thinking about a major omission from your talent metrics.
What happens when a passive lead expressing interest completely disappears? Say you completed a sourcing session and contacted the perfect profile. Within a day they’ve contacted you back expressing interest and maybe now, they’ve stopped responding to InMails or emails, and you don’t know what do to about it.
The importance of niche jobs sites in the French market is growing. This is according to the results of internet research company Médiamétrie Net/Ratings’ annual traffic study. The post Niche jobs sites advance in French ranking appeared first on AIM Group.
Last year I stumbled upon an article in Institutional Investor with the following subtitle: “Have friends, will travel: an argument for the Social Capital Manager.” The general premise of the article by Ashby Monk is that relationships have real economic value, and so our financial and investment models should take those relationships into account. Because […]