Your Job Description is More Important Than You Think: 4 Ways to Get it Right

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Recruiting industry-leading talent can seem like an endless process. There are so many ways to find the right people for your job opening that recruiting can feel both overwhelming and wholly inefficient. Budget and schedule demands can add constraints that turn an otherwise straightforward process into a high-pressure situation. If you think that the solution… Read more »

5 Incentives You Should Offer to Attract Top Talent

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Today’s leading talent is interested in working for companies that are committed to their employees. Those who offer exciting projects and competitive compensation packages get first pick when it comes to recruiting. But did you know that salary isn’t always the main deciding factor for candidates with multiple offers? Some companies are able to tempt… Read more »

Resume Red Flags to Keep in Mind When Hiring in 2021

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Resumes are essential when finding top talent. They ideally provide a clear and concise overview of the skills and expertise of your candidate. But sometimes the concise nature of a resume can mask certain red flags that are better to know right away. Here are the top red flags to keep in mind when reviewing… Read more »

4 Metrics to Help Measure How Your Candidate Experience Affects Your Recruiting Outcomes

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Are you confident that you are doing everything right when looking for great talent? You might not be measuring the right metrics. What it means to be a customer today has changed. Likewise, candidate experiences are radically different from what they used to be. The satisfaction of a staffing firm (specifically their clients and their… Read more »

These Skilled Trades are In-Demand This Year

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It’s been on the horizon for a fair amount of time, but going into 2021, several skilled trades are experiencing a shortage of workers. This article will take a look at who is in demand and why. The Rising Demand for Skilled Trades Workers It might be surprising to note, but the U.S. expects to… Read more »

How to Limit the Risks of AI-Driven Hiring

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Like many things these days, technology has dramatically changed the landscape of recruiting and hiring. This is especially true for technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Recruiting is experiencing a dramatic digital revolution, and technology can’t keep up with companies’ growing need to hire the best and the brightest in the most efficient… Read more »

Cost-Effective Ways to Give Back to Your Team This Holiday Season

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The holidays are quickly coming up, and in a year like this, you’ll likely want to show your appreciation for your employees. They’ve had a tough year, so taking the time to show them you care and appreciate their effort is very timely. As an employer, though, it’s not always easy to balance the checkbook… Read more »

What Are the Rules for Following Up After an Interview?

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The period of time after an interview can potentially be the most stressful for a candidate. It’s hard to know what to do. But if you’ve successfully managed to attract the attention of a hiring manager, it means you have the skills you need to make the grade. If you’ve presented yourself well during the interview and… Read more »

4 Safety Tips That Every Welder Should Keep in Mind

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While an often rewarding and exciting career, welding can become dangerous if you are not taking the necessary safety precautions. You might be surprised to hear it, but more than 500,000 employees are at risk for exposure to chemical and physical hazards of welding, cutting, and brazing. Welders flash alone accounts for 5.6% of all construction eye… Read more »