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Cold feet: 28% have reneged after accepting job offers

05/21/2019
Employers take note: The hiring process doesn’t necessarily end when a candidate accepts the offer, new research from global staffing firm Robert Half shows.

Class of 2019: Chances of getting hired are excellent

05/07/2019
The members of the class of 2019 are graduating into a job market that’s eager to employ them.

Snapshot: ‘Boomerang’ employees make a comeback

04/02/2019
In a tight labor market, employers are increasingly open to hiring their former employees.

Hiring projection lags slightly compared to 2018

03/19/2019
Hiring plans for 2019 are slightly less robust than they were last year, with 40% of employers planning to hire full-time, permanent employees in 2019, and 47% looking to recruit part-timers.

Becoming an ‘employer of choice’: 3 ways to attract the best

02/26/2019
To be an “employer of choice” in the new economy, it’s important to understand that the talent landscape has evolved dramatically, as has the workforce. With millennials making up nearly half the workforce, they set the tone for employee engagement for the foreseeable future.

Aging, recession among factors to affect hiring

02/12/2019
Research by online recruiting giant Glassdoor finds that these trends will influence the hiring process this year.

6 tips to add some zip to your hiring process

02/05/2019
Long timeframes mean employers should do everything possible to keep the hiring process humming along. Here are six tips to streamline the hiring process.

Snapshot: Who says those job descriptions are clear?

02/05/2019
Hiring managers believe the job descriptions they provide to candidates accurately describe the work that needs to be done. Candidates are less impressed.

Twin Cities building boom runs into labor shortage

02/04/2019
Since the state’s unemployment rate hit 2.8% in November 2018, virtually every skilled Minnesotan who wants work has it. The resulting labor shortage has hit Twin Cities residential construction particularly hard.

More hiring in 2019, fewer worries about economy

01/08/2019
Nearly 55% of companies plan to hire in the coming year, according to a survey conducted by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. That’s compared to just over 46% of companies who reported they would hire in 2018.