Your employer brand reveals a lot and it's important to maintain a strong and positive image, especially when you're trying to attract top talent. Corporate Responsibility Magazine reports that 69 percent of people wouldn't take a job with a company that had a bad reputation so here things to consider when evaluating your employer brand.
Candidates value more than just a paycheck and can afford to shop around to find the best employment offer. Companies need to reevaluate their culture and offerings if they want to stay competitive and recruit top talent.
Almost half of the American workforce is at risk of being replaced with computers. Recent technology advancements have introduced computerization in many occupations but it's not exactly a dark outlook, especially for temporary workers.
There's a skills gap affecting the manufacturing industry and executives indicate that 6 out of 10 positions are unfilled because of it. Employers will soon notice lags and deficits in their production levels if the manufacturing industry continues to expand and the skills gap doesn't improve. But what's causing it?
To celebrate National Staffing Employee Week, Staff Management | SMX recognized associate Pao Ge as the Associate of the Year. Pao Ge received a bonus and a surprise celebration.
Professional staffing is growing and companies are searching for ways to leverage skilled contingent labor. A managed service provider (MSP) can provide the expertise needed for companies to stay competitive in the labor market.