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The world of work has evolved. Day-to-day tasks, work environments, and technology have modernized to meet the needs of today’s workforce. The people have also changed, but many businesses continue to believe that technology alone is the answer to their problems. It’s sophisticated and alluring, but what is often overlooked are the people who use… Read more »

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As machines take on more jobs, many find themselves out of work or with raises indefinitely postponed. Is this the end of growth? No, says Erik Brynjolfsson — it’s simply the growing pains of a radically reorganized economy. A riveting case for why big innovations are ahead of us … if we think of computers… Read more »

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Technology has made applying to jobs easier, there are endless ways to apply to positions ranging from online job-boards to resume blasting services. Hiring managers now have access to candidates they may not have had in previous years. This tends to lead to an influx of candidates applying to positions. It can be hard to… Read more »

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Work flexibility is desired by all different people, for a variety of reasons. According to Work Flexibility, in addition to enhancing productivity, telecommuting helps companies access and recruit top talent, no matter where they happen to live and to retain those great employees after they’re hired.   Here are five benefits of telecommuting for both… Read more »

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Our workforce has been dominated and shaped by the Baby Boomer generation for years, they have created benchmarks in experience and skill that generations below will have to live up to. As Baby Boomers begin to retire, trends in the workforce have begun to shift. In 2018 we’ve seen five different generations in the work… Read more »

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With Arizona’s unemployment rate hovering under 4%, the Phoenix job market has become more and more candidate driven. Hiring managers have experienced an increase in interview and job abandonment. Not only are companies investing more money into the on-boarding, training and development of a new employees – they’re also spending more time identifying candidates and… Read more »

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Unemployment rate effects your company’s recruitment process. As unemployment shifts up or down, it creates an indirect relation that drives a power shift between recruiters and job seekers.   The unemployment rate is defined as the percentage of workers who are not currently employed and are actively looking for a job. Higher unemployment rates put… Read more »

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Hiring a new employee is one of the biggest investments a company can make, yet surprisingly it is often given little time and attention. A bad hiring decision can cost a company thousands of dollars, time, and momentum.   Companies can choose to backfill open positions, and running the risk of repeating previous mistakes, or… Read more »