• Gender Gap Renewable Energy

    It is getting obvious which way the winds are changing regarding renewable energy. The industry is growing by leaps and bounds and so is the percentage of female engineers to the workforce. Around the world and across first to third world countries, wind, solar and geothermal energy sources are outpacing...

  • Renewable Energy – The Future of American Jobs

    Even though the new Administration has promised to bring back coal jobs, the future of work won’t be fossil fuels.   If you’re looking for a job in the energy industry, renewable energy is leading the way. The 2017 U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER)  finds that the Traditional Energy and Energy Efficiency...

  • 2018 Recruitment Trends

    It’s that time of the year again when we begin to look at the trends that will impact the recruitment landscape. Globally, sourcing high-quality candidates for key roles will continue to be a key competitive advantage. New technologies will contribute to resolve hiring challenges. The key is to maintain the...

  • 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...

  • Find Job Candidates

    It’s no secret most people don’t enjoy looking for a new job. In fact, according to a study by CareerBuilder, 73% of people say that the job-search process is one of the most stressful things in life, and 1 in 4 employers say the amount of time it took to...

  • 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...