The past two decades have seen a sea change in how enterprises find and recruit employees. Fortune 1000 corporations, startups and all of the companies in between are acting more strategically to identify, court and hire new talent, and at the same time, automate and outsource a bigger piece of the process.Read More
The acquisition by Japan's Recruit Co. will fuel the jobs site industry leader's advertising and activity overseas, especially in Asia.Read More
Forty-nine percent of hiring managers believe the perfect hire is out there according to a survey conducted by Aerotek Inc.Read More
Big Blue sees deal with talent management firm as part of 'big data,' social business strategy.Read More
Factory jobs demand more math and science skills than most Americans possess. Meanwhile, young people have turned their backs on manufacturing.
The collaboration between Permac Industries and Dunwoody College of Technology is an example of a new brand of college-industry partnerships that might eventually help the U.S. grow as a manufacturing power while creating jobs.
Staffing company ManpowerGroup of Milwaukee said in a 2011 survey that 52 percent of employers were having problems filling critical positions. That number was up 14 percent from the previous year.Read More
Our human resources department attracts and selects top-notch candidates, sells the company very well and arranges a solid orientation program for newcomers. Yet other departments seem to cause a high rate of turnover soon after the probation period and during the first year.
How do we improve our recruitment process and avoid these setbacks?
—It Hurts When They Leave, human resources manager, services, Alexandria, Egypt