How to Beat the Gig Economy (Spoiler: You Can’t)

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Over the past handful of years, we’ve seen a massive increase in the number of people who have entered into the gig economy. According to The Federal Reserve, 3 in 10 adults were a part of the gig economy as of 2017. That number has certainly risen as we enter 2020. For example, there were […]

5 Skills Every Recruiter Should Have in the New Age

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Let’s face it – the recruiting industry is rapidly changing right before our eyes. With the infusion of technology, the process should run a bit smoother, right?  Wrong.  It’s the start of 2020, and we are in the new age of our industry. Although innovation is a massive help to us in the recruiting world, […]

How to Attract Generation Z to Your Company

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Most Generation Zs are coming to an age where we are looking for work, and chances are we will be the future of your company. So, how are you going to keep your business alive with Gen Z on the rise? Simple, hire them. Believe it or not, we need a job too. Many Gen […]

Selling the Side Step to Talent in 2019

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There’s a hard sell for recruiters, and it’s known as the “lateral move.” How can you convince that Sales Manager that this management position would be better for them in the long run, even if it doesn’t have a title that is quite as forthright and may not be 100% sales focused? Glassdoor and Lisa […]

The Four Types of Content Recruiters Should Be Sharing To Build Their Personal Brands

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Recruiting is a busy gig. There’s a lot going on everyday—from intake calls, to phone screens, to offers, not to mention all the note taking and documenting in between. With goals to think about and reqs to fill, who has time for building a personal brand by posting to social media? At least, that’s the typical recruiter mentality. […]