Posts Categorized: recruiting

2020 Job Trends (Staffing Industry)

Here is some interesting points from www.staffingindustry.com on November 22, 2019. Employers will continue to shift their hiring and retention strategies to compete for the hourly workforce next year, according to predictions from human cloud platform Bluecrew. More employers will offer flexibility in addition to worker protections to lure hourly job seekers, the online staffing… Read More »

Half of Employed Adults Likely to Job Hunt Next Year

This article was just release by the American Staffing Association on 11.5.2019.  This is the time to job search! Nearly half of employed adults in the U.S. (48%) are likely to look for a new job in the next year, according to the results of the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor® survey conducted online… Read More »

New Opening – Supply and Logistics Specialist

We have an exciting opening for you!   Growing company in Greenville is seeking a DIRECT HIRE Supply and Logistics Assistant! This family owned company has been providing service to the Fox Valley and surrounding areas for 50+ years.   They are proud to conduct business based on a firm foundation of honesty, integrity, family values,… Read More »

5 Quick Tips to Recruit Top Talent for your Organization

Truly understand the key components and expectations of your job opening.  Roll up your sleeves and interview top management or ask to job shadow for a few hours to get a better understanding of the challenges and what is needed to be successful in the position. Ask behavioral types of questions and continue with follow… Read More »

Staffing Industry Reports Filling Jobs is Difficult for Majority of Firms

Staffing Industry, May 8th, 2019 A majority of companies reported difficulty filling open positions in the past six months, and about half are raising wages to attract workers, according to the “Spring 2019 Semiannual Economic Forecast” released today by the Institute for Supply Management. However, manufacturing firms are reporting slightly more difficulty finding workers than… Read More »

10 Ways to Show Your Employees You’re Thankful for Them

Many managers value the contributions of their staff, but they don’t always express it. By demonstrating how thankful you are, you can improve morale and productivity, creating a more positive culture. If you want to show your appreciation for your team, here are ten easy ways to get started. Say Thank You Offering praise can… Read More »

Becoming a Best Place to Work

If you want to attract top talent, then you need to be viewed as a great place to work. Having an employer brand that showcases why you should be considered an employer of choice can make all of the difference in today’s competitive hiring marketplace, enticing skilled professionals to apply to your vacant positions and… Read More »

Key Pieces of a Resume You Need to Look for When Reviewing Candidates

When you work as a hiring manager, reviewing candidate resumes comes with the territory. It’s your responsibility to find the ideal person for each vacant position, so screening applications thoroughly is a must. However, there are certain key pieces of a resume that you always need to look for when you are looking for a… Read More »

Santa…Where Have All My Employees Gone?

“SANTA……….. WHERE HAVE ALL MY EMPLOYEES GONE?” By Lisa Powers If one reviews Santa’s hiring practices and employee retention, he seems to really know what he is doing. He has not lost a single reindeer to fly his sleigh in hundreds of years and his elves seem to come back year after year!  This is… Read More »

Shortage of Talent

It is no surprise of the shortage of talent most companies are facing.  Here is a good article from American Staffing Association. Most Difficult-to-Fill Occupations in Each Sector American Staffing Association Skills Gap Index has identified the hardest-to-fill occupations in the U.S. for the second quarter of 2017. The two hardest-to-fill jobs in each staffing… Read More »