Posts Tagged ‘Hiring’

Check your Socials

Social media is a great place to connect to old friends, share pictures of your life, and keep involved in your community. However, as a business owner, we’re sure you’ve used social media to vet potential employees. But did you know that social media can be used against you as well? Past employees All you…

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Recruiting FAQs

Your friendly neighborhood recruiter is here is here to answer your questions about recruiting Why can’t I just do it? Well, you can. But ask yourself, do you really have the time and the resources to do your own job plus hire a solid candidate? There’s a reason that there are positions dedicated solely to…

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Ah! The talent pool is shrinking!

Battling talent pool shrinkage If recruiters could tell you one thing, it would be that hiring is in a time of change, and you need to adjust. Like we’ve said before, the talent pool is shrinking every day. Approximately 72.8% of employers are struggling to find candidates with relevant experience or skills. That number is…

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Hiring Trends you NEED to Know

DID YOU KNOW: The talent pool is shrinking. Why? Confidence in the growing economy has led to major hiring spikes. Now those qualified and happy employees are off the market. This is especially true for the skilled trades. Over the past several years, employers have been taking advantage of the economic boom by expanding their…

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Why you NEED Interns

As some of you may know, I started my career at SRS as an intern. I will be the first one to advocate for interns in the office. Here are some of the reasons why you should too: Interns are the future. If a company wants to survive through the generations, you have to hire…

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No, You Can’t Skip Training

Training is critical for any job, any company, and employee. This includes all small businesses.   Training Today gives some examples of when to train. Training is the building block to knowledge. You would not sign up for a triathlon if you had not learned how to ride a bike yet. No employer should expect any employee…

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