With the economy reopening and businesses trying to fill open positions, recruiting and talent acquisition are the hot topics for the tough competition seen by companies looking to hire. We’ve gathered a few articles from the industry to highlight the current hiring issues today.
Businesses Desperate to Hire As Demand Rises
May 14, 2021 Jay Denton – “Businesses cannot find enough workers to meet hiring needs. The U.S. is projected to reach 73 million hires in 2021, from a combination of adding new roles and refilling openings as people leave their current jobs.” Read more.
Source: LaborIQ® by ThinkWhy® , accessed on 5/25/2021
A Forward-Thinking Way to Close the Post-Pandemic Talent Gap
May 13, 2021 Aaron Elder – “When the power of transferable velocity is harnessed correctly, it is a true win-win-win. The company wins because it tapped into overlooked talent while its competitors duked it out in the candidate market. The candidate wins because they were able to advance their career and perhaps even shift into an industry or role with greater long-term potential. And if a third-party recruiter made the match, they successfully put a great person in a great role.” Full article here.
Boost Retention Levels by Making Your Company Perks People-Centric
May 24, 2021 Rodney Laws – “65% of employees think they can find a better job beyond your company — but can offering people-centric perks in your salary package help turn the tide? While all professionals require a fair salary and financial security, offering this alone likely isn’t enough to make your team want to stick around. Instead, your business should look to offer the whole package and provide work perks that help meet people’s needs, wants, and desires.” Read the article.
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