Our Experts | Lori Osborne, Recruitment Specialist
I’ve been in the business of relationships for the past 16 years. Twelve years as a staffing account manager, two years as a per diem staffing coordinator and two years as an RN recruiter.
Over the … Continue reading
Our Experts | Ryan Modica
As a front-line recruiter, I talk to as many as 10 to 15 new clients a week to discuss my service offerings. I’ve tracked the responses from these calls and the number one question companies ask … Continue reading
Ninety percent of buyers say their purchase decision was influenced by positive online reviews. 86 percent say their decision not to buy was determined by negative reviews.
It’s no longer just what’s said in passing conversation. Thanks to the Internet, there’s … Continue reading
Whether you’re aware of it or not, your company is defined by it’s internal culture. How your employees interact with each other, vendors and customers is all part of your company’s culture.
Culture drives your company. It helps you attract the … Continue reading
Small companies took an average of 25 days to fill a vacant position in 2014. Companies with 5,000 or more workers took 58 days to hire last year too. According to the Dice-DFH Vacancy Duration Measure, these numbers come as … Continue reading
There is a war for talented employees in the market. The recession incited many companies to let go of less talented employees as businesses adjusted to losses in demand and revenue, but they largely held on to top talent.
Today, as … Continue reading
Training employees takes time and costs companies thousands (or more) a year. That’s why most employers would agree increased retention and lower turnover is a key hiring initiative.
It’s no surprise then, that 84 percent of employers have a recognition program … Continue reading
When you constantly see reports describing millennials, the generation born between 1984 and 2004, as lazy or entitled, it might be easy to think you don’t need them in your business model.
However, if your company’s like most, you’re probably having … Continue reading
Posted on Crain’s Cleveland Business, December 20, 2013
During the past few years, the once-tight job market has shifted to become a candidate’s market in many fields. This is particularly true in higher-level engineering, supply chain and manufacturing positions in Cleveland.
You … Continue reading
Posted on Staffing Stream December 20, 2013
Many job interviews focus on a candidate’s job skills and experience. But it’s also important to assess whether a person is a good match for the company’s culture.
Matching a candidate to your culture goes … Continue reading