Why do good employees leave? And how can you fix them.

  One of the most important issues that many managers need to deal with is employee retention. Managers keep seeing good employees leave and they don’t understand why. Yet, one thing is for sure – good employees, in most cases, don’t leave companies; they leave managers. So, it is important to look at this

Recruiting in the Digital Age

Recruiting in the Digital Age
Recruiters used to spend their days with the phone glued to their ear, having conversations with numerous prospects throughout the day, all while maintaining those paper resume files and a Rolodex. We’ve come a long way since those days. Technology has made recruiting much more streamlined and efficient, both for the recruiter and the candidates.<br

Common Problems Recruiters Face (& Solutions)

Common Problems Recruiters Face (& Solutions)
All businesses have challenges to overcome, but the challenges and problems that recruiters face tend to remain consistent, even with the changing technology. Many of these are dependent upon the industry that you’re recruiting for. They can be impacted by many common elements, such as the state of the economy, the competence of the recruiter

A Social Media Guide For Recruiters (Facebook is out, Snapchat is in!)

A Social Media Guide For Recruiters (Facebook is out, Snapchat is in!)
Technology evolves quickly. The current hottest apps and social platforms will likely NOT be the same in a few years. While Facebook was once the new, big thing (and, make no mistake, it is still important) the much-desired millennials that you may be trying to recruit are likely not spending their time on Facebook. No

Red Flags to Watch for in Your Next Interview

Red Flags to Watch for in Your Next Interview
As a recruiter, we’ve all experienced this – the moment that you’re sitting in the interview and you realize that your candidate, that you had such high hopes for, is not at all a fit for your company. It’s a disappointing feeling, but it’s better to find out during the recruiting and interviewing phase as

Recruiting with Big Data

Recruiting with Big Data
Big Data is defined as the datasets which are so vast that conventional relational databases and ordinary computers simply can’t cope with them.  The information requires server farms and thousands of CPUs in order to deal with it.  How can you be expected to separate recruiting strategies from that unwieldy collection? Information is rolling in,