Posts Tagged ‘crisis for talent’
Employee Tenure: Why Do They Leave? And What Can You Do?
When reviewing candidate resumes, hiring companies often key in on the length of time spent at previous companies and draw negative conclusions if the tenure trends to the run on the short side. So much so, they will absolutely pass on interviewing if they feel the candidate is a “job hopper.” This practice makes sense…Read More
Stop Overlooking (The Most) Highly Qualified Job Candidates!
I’m talking about the, “more experienced, more seasoned, more mature.” Yes, the over 50 crowd! Age discrimination is not a new issue and it impacts nearly every aspect of life in the United States unfortunately, but in the current job market, it is mind boggling why companies are still refusing to give older Americans a…Read More
Companies Identify Top Hiring Challenges
Continuing the conversation around the “Crisis for Talent,” a recent staffing industry survey of nearly 3,000 senior hiring managers identified the top 5 hiring challenges that companies are currently facing in the US (and very likely abroad). Companies continue to add more new jobs yet find themselves struggling to fill the roles. The well-established candidate-driven…Read More
The CRISIS for Talent Has Arrived
I have said it a lot lately. The “War for Talent” has progressed to the “Crisis for Talent”. What does that really mean? For the first time in history, there are more jobs than unemployed candidates to fill those jobs. That is creating a very tight labor market. Yet, few employers are changing how they…Read More