Get Used to New: How Long Before Today’s Entry-Level Employees Move Jobs
The younger generation is gradually comprising the majority of the workforce, and with that is the need to be mindful of how frequently they’ll be in and out of your team As technology has become increasingly integrated into different business processes, another inevitability across most industries is the youth movement that continues to occur in the workforce. According to Demographic Shifts: The World in 2030– a report by global commercial real estate services firm Cushman and Wakefield– as
2020 (HR) Vision: 5 Trends Expected in Recruitment This Year
The outlook in recruitment is evolving because of tech, and analyzing today’s landscape suggests to expect the following to trends to continue this year In the midst of what’s considered the fourth industrial revolution, technology these days has indeed advanced at an unprecedented pace. Among the results has been the empowerment of both recruiters and jobseekers, where both now expect– if not, are already accustomed to– a consumer-level tech experience in recruitment. Now while a quick and ea
How Recognition Helps in the Start-of-Year Recruitment/Retention Race
You need to hire people as well as have to make sure current employees stay, and the following are some tips on how to better do just that at the start of the year January, and by default February and March due to how long hiring can sometimes take, is a popular time for employees to look for new jobs. This is often due to many having ended their tenures with other companies the past December, and most are now looking for new opportunities in the new year. Those still employed, on the other ha
Hiring: What People Should Avoid?
You may be using the best recruitment techniques [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/2019/12/5-recruitment-metrics-yang-akan-mengubah-teknik-hiring-anda] , but if you don’t approach the hiring process the right way, you may fail. The US Department of Labor concludes [https://insiders.fortune.com/3-ways-to-weed-out-a-bad-job-candidate-ee365294c331] the losses due to a bad hire can be as high as 30% of their yearly salary. Many HR professionals add that it’s a strain on productivity as well. If you d