• 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...

  • High Tech Sector Changing The Hiring Mindset

    As the debate about automation, technology and the future of work rages on ― and with 5.8 million jobs open in the United States, including 700,000 in Information Technology professions alone, the reality is the majority of qualified workers are being overlooked, prompting companies to create multiple pathways to training...

  • How Incorporating Sustainable Energy Impacts Employment Strategies

    Deciding to incorporate sustainable energy into a business is an admirable goal. It's also a strategy that's becoming more prevalent. Google, for example, is on the record saying it aims to power 100-percent of its operations with renewable energy sources. While the technology giant is still quite far from that goal, the overall pace of sustainable energy adoption continues to increase.

  • Can a Political Litmus Test Be Placed on Higher Education Job Candidates?

    Many of us are familiar with typical job interview questions that ask about your strengths and weaknesses. For obvious reasons, interviewers generally tend to shy away from controversial questions about political or religious beliefs. But a proposed new law in Iowa wanted to force some higher education workers to declare their political allegiance during the interview process. It was part of a legislative effort to ensure "partisan balance" in colleges and universities.

  • How Will the Repeal of Obamacare Affect Businesses?

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) had a huge impact on recruiting. Businesses with more than 50 employees, for example, were required to offer employees health insurance once the law was passed. This led many firms to reduce staffing levels or outsource work to contractors in order to avoid paying for group insurance.

  • Three Common Recruiting Mistakes

    Recruiting is a busy, fast-paced field that is both an art and a science. Since it involves people, there is always potential for human error. So you definitely don’t want to sabotage your efforts by making unnecessary mistakes.

  • Three Lessons From History’s Greatest Recruiting Campaigns

    Great recruiting campaigns are few and far between. But without a doubt, the ones that are exceptional are truly memorable and provide insights into what works and why. Here are some lessons that can be gleaned from three great recruiting campaigns. #1. Ernest Shackelton’s Masterpiece: Inspire Greatness William Shakespeare once...