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By the Numbers: December 29, 2017

Just a wild guess – you’re prepping for your most successful year ever in Talent Acquisition, yet are feeling overwhelmed with it all. You’re expected to not only keep up with but stay ahead of the latest trends, key legislation, cutting edge technology and core analytics all while keeping your head above water with a severe lack of resources. We get it. And we’ve got your back. We’ve created the below reports to help you navigate these choppy waters and come out on top. From analytics that will more than move your needle, to the trends that will make the most impact in 2018, we’ve curated the information worth your time to know NOW.  We’ve also thrown in a few blog posts that were a hit with our readers – think of it as our little holiday gift to you. Cheers to a powerful 2018! Agency Recruiting Benchmark Report 2017 We took a deep dive [...]

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By the Numbers: December 22, 2017

Top 10 Trends that will Affect 2018 Talent Acquisition Within our Talent Acquisition Year in Review 2017 report, we outline the top trends, challenges, and key learnings from this past year that will also have an impact as we head into 2018. Here’s a handy infographic highlighting the top 10 trends that will affect the year 2018 in Talent Acquisition: Download the entire report here. BountyJobs Bites Put Your Phone Down! A new Baylor University study finds that employees have less trust and engagement with managers who make calls or answer their phones during conversations with their direct reports. The practice is called ‘boss phubbing’ or boss phone snubbing, and has been shown to have an adverse effect on relationships between managers and their teams. 76% of respondents said they lacked trust in a manager who ‘phubbed’ them. Cash In Before Payday Walmart is allowing employees to access a percentage of their pay before payday, as [...]

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By the Numbers: December 15, 2017

Each week, we’ll brief you on notable stats and happenings related to current events impacting the job market now or in the foreseeable future. Valuable Reports to Prep For a Successful 2018 Talent Acquisition Year in Review 2017 2017 Annual Agency Recruiting Benchmark Report Ban on Compensation History Inquiries BountyJobs Bites Gig Economy Positively Affects November Jobs Report The November jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the strength of the employment climate is partly due to the gig economy. Per an analysis from Randstad Sourceright, 61% of employers plan to switch up to one-third of their full-time permanent positions to contingent jobs. Most Midsize Firms Lacking CHRO A survey from Namely found that 7% of midsize firms have an HR professional in the C-suite. Of those, 73% of C-suite HR leaders are women – compared with 43% in marketing and 27% in technology. Millennial IT Professionals Not Happy Research from [...]

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By the Numbers: December 8, 2017

Each week, we’ll brief you on notable stats and happenings related to current events impacting the job market now or in the foreseeable future. Talent Acquisition Year in Review 2017 What a year 2017 has been in talent acquisition! From the lowest unemployment rate in over a decade to the adoption of predictive analytics…or just the recognition of data capture and analytics as a whole, the industry has seen ample change and growth. We took a look at this past year and created an overview, ‘Talent Acquisition Year in Review 2017’.  In this piece, we cover: Influential Trends that Had an Impact Challenges Presented Key Learnings A Look Ahead to 2018 Doing more with less, tight labor market, and the embracing of data analytics and technology are just some of the trends that will continue in the new year. Check out this report to help ensure your organization is set up for success. Cheers to [...]

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By the Numbers: December 1, 2017

By the Numbers: December 1, 2017 Each week, we’ll brief you on notable stats and happenings related to current events impacting the job market now or in the foreseeable future. Ban on Compensation History Inquiries The ban on compensation history inquiries has caused quite the buzz within talent acquisition. This new legislation effectively makes it illegal for employers to ask applicants for their compensation history when considering them for a role. The thought is that by removing this question as an option within the interview process, employers will more than likely review the candidate’s experience, education, and cultural fit rather than their previous compensation when both considering them for the role as well as the compensation range to offer. By doing so, the spirit of the law is that this will pave the way for increasing pay equality – based on merit and experience – rather than looking at an applicant’s gender, race, or other [...]

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