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Diving into the Talent Pool
An Employer’s Guide to Finding the Right Candidates in Today’s Job Market
Current figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that nationwide we are averaging an unemployment rate of about 7.3%. Based on these figures, employers should expect to get a good number of candidates applying for any opening they post. As an employer, you might be wondering why you are either not getting enough candidates or not getting the right candidates.
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Desperately Seeking a New (Job Fair Recruiting) Lifestyle:
Delving into different ways of discovering new talent pools at job fairs.
I had the pleasure of attending a job fair for Veterans yesterday. There were nearly 90 eager employers ready to talk to the hundreds of military veterans on hand looking for new work. As I walked around the job fair, I noticed some consistencies that were not necessarily good things. Rather than point them out, I decided I would write a blog on different ways to change your recruiting approach (especially if it is not yielding great results). Here we go! Continue reading “Desperately Seeking a New (Job Fair Recruiting) Lifestyle:”
Hiring a Vet Can Work for You
I frequently hear from employers who say, “Just send me people who are responsible and hard-working – who come to work every day, on time, and will contribute to my company team. I need individuals who learn fast and stay smart in changing situations. I’ll teach them the job.”
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