Industry News - Recruitment Strategies - 2013

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The upcoming hiring trends of 2014
The upcoming hiring trends of 2014

As 2013 quickly draws to a close, many experts across a variety of industries are looking toward the future to see what trends will soon revolutionize their practices.

Recruiting can benefit from thinking outside the box
Recruiting can benefit from thinking outside the box

Recruiting the right employee for an open position has long been an important prospect for many hiring managers, and the potential costs inherent in the process have only placed more importance on the process itself.

Recruiting effectively requires the best of both employees and companies

The art of recruiting requires certain skills and focuses for the average person. From a sea of hundreds of resumes, hiring managers are tasked with finding the best candidate for the position, which can seem difficult.

Improving recruiting practices in four steps
Improving recruiting practices in four steps

Companies everywhere are increasingly searching for ways to improve their recruiting practices, but many continue to fall into the same traps that take up valuable time and resources.

Retaining Millennials requires better recruitment
Retaining Millennials requires better recruitment

Millennials can play an important role in building and keeping a quality team together to better guide your company's future. However, the rates of Millennials leaving jobs are high, and their dissatisfaction with a job can begin during recruitment. Improving the retention of Millennials can have big effects from improving recruitment efforts alone.

Contract staffing plays vital role in continued economic growth
Contract staffing plays vital role in continued economic growth

Amid financial turmoil, the economy has struggled to improve. However, job growth from one important sector, the contract staffing industry, has helped fight both unemployment and underemployment.

Better identifying the best candidates for the job
Better identifying the best candidates for the job

Any hiring manager is devoted to finding the best and brightest employees possible for whatever position they're looking to fill. Though it can be difficult in some cases to pinpoint precisely what makes these candidates ideal, there are a few signs to look out for. 

Better identifying the best candidates for the job
Better identifying the best candidates for the job

Any hiring manager is devoted to finding the best and brightest employees possible for whatever position they're looking to fill. Though it can be difficult in some cases to pinpoint precisely what makes these candidates ideal, there are a few signs to look out for. 

Aerotek provides insight into hiring, training and retaining employees
Aerotek provides insight into hiring, training and retaining employees

Between July 2009 and December 2012, the average time it took for a company to fill an open position rose to 23 days from 15.4, suggesting companies are struggling to do more work with fewer employees and less available time. This has led to a change in the hiring expectations businesses have, which Aerotek explored in its recent Recruit or Retain Report.


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