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Posted by James Hawley, Hays US EVP, on Tuesday, Oct 3, 2017
Social media is a major part of your job search today, from expanding your network on Linkedin, to building your personal brand on Twitter, and following a company on Instagram for insights into their company culture. But social media has its pitfalls and if you’re not careful it could have a negative effect on your job search.
These are mistakes I see made daily, that you can avoid with a little foresight.
Posted by Cori McKee, VP Sales and Solutions, Hays Talent Solutions on Thursday, Sep 28, 2017
With 800 attendees, more than 80 speakers covering 30 or more topics, the CWS Summit last week was a rich source of expertise and insight.
After listening to a number of the talks, and talking to both buyers and vendors during the two day conference, here’s what stood out to us from the event.
Posted on Saturday, Sep 16, 2017
Direct sourcing allows you to take greater control, reduce your reliance on suppliers, build engaged talent pools and develop your employer brand – all of which are tied to reducing costs while enhancing quality.
Could direct sourcing, or contingent RPO, be the answer to your recruitment challenges?
Posted by Dan Rodriguez, HAys US president on Monday, Sep 11, 2017
The next generation – born from the late 90s onwards – are just starting to enter the workforce. So far they’re largely in part time retail and hospitality jobs, but you may also be seeing them at university career fairs, or in your latest crop of co-ops and internships. In the next two to five years they’ll be your entry-level and junior hires.
What do you need to know about this generation to make sure they’re ready when you need them?
Posted on Thursday, Sep 7, 2017
Direct sourcing has been rapidly growing across the globe. It is the next evolution in outsourced recruitment. Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) predict that use of direct sourcing will double in the next two years. How can you make the move to this efficient, cost-effective option?
Moving to direct sourcing means working with an outsourced partner, or team that will hire temporary or contract workers exclusively for you. This allows you to take greater control, eliminate high margin staffing suppliers, build and maintain engaged talent pools and utilize your employer brand – all of which are tied to reducing costs while enhancing quality.