• The True Cost of a Bad Hire

    Hiring the wrong employee is more common than one might think, and is it equally expensive. Three in four employers have made a bad hire, according to a survey from CareerBuilder. The average cost of making the wrong choice on an employee is close to $15,000, and losing a good...

  • ‘Tis the Season to Recruit

    In most cases everyone — including recruiters — gear down and change their work patterns for the holidays. But if you’re a corporate recruiting leader, December can be a prime recruiting month because many employed prospects have free time to consider a new job due to a reduced workload. The...

  • Boardroom Diversity: When Women Lead

    Women now hold 20.8% of the board seats of publicly traded companies, exceeding 2020 Women on Boards’ 20% national campaign goal, according to this year’s Gender Diversity Index of Fortune 1000 Companies recent study. The Gender Diversity Index (GDI) has tracked the number of women on boards since 2011 using...

  • Building Talent in the Construction Industry

    For most construction companies, the recruiting and hiring process is an ongoing challenge. Because of a shortage of qualified people in the construction industry, only construction companies that are willing to address today’s small candidate market and take the necessary measures to ensure that they get ahead of the competition...

  • Diversity on Boards

    While there continues to be a growing belief that U.S. corporate boards are too male, the question “how many women is enough?” is still unanswered. According to a new survey conducted by PwC’s Governance Insights Center, one in 10 directors still believe that the “optimal” number is somewhere between 20%...

  • The Cure for Healthcare Recruitment

    Recruiting is challenging in any industry, but the industry that is facing a real epidemic is healthcare. In fact, the Association of American Medical Colleges predicts that by 2020, the US will face a shortage of 90,000 physicians, and 130,000 by 2025. Physicians are also being actively recruited by the...

  • Going Global? Think Local

    Now that you have successfully built a loyal national customer base, the next step to keep your business growing is to consider global expansion. However, while becoming an international company is an impressive accomplishment, not every business is cut out for the challenge. There are many obstacles and major cultural...

  • U.S. Most Popular Global Destination for Employment

    swordIn today’s digital world, job seekers are savvier and more informed than ever. Anyone with an internet connection has access to employee reviews that deliver insider perspectives on a company’s culture, compensation, advancement opportunities, management and the best global destination for employment. According to Santa Fe Relocation’s 2017 Global Mobility...