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Recruiting Industry

How Recruiting Teams Are Using AI to Speed Time-to-Hire

Nearly one in four organizations reported using automation or AI to support HR-related activities, including recruitment and hiring, according to a 2022 survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). According to Gartner research, 76% of HR leaders believe that if their organization adopts and implements AI solutions, such as generative AI, in the next … Continued

What is Ethical AI in Hiring?

Artificial intelligence (AI) in technology and applicant tracking systems (ATS) have become indispensable tools for companies worldwide. According to Aptitude Research, 55% of hiring managers have invested in AI recruitment. And most Fortune 500 companies are using AI technology to filter resumes before they get to hiring teams and recruiters. Automation, driven by AI, allows hiring and recruiting teams … Continued

The Role of the Recruiting Software Manager 

Emerging technologies and the rapid acceleration of the tech-driven recruitment process mean that many recruitment managers and HR professionals have been doing the work of a recruitment software manager ad hoc, with little support or training, on top of their existing responsibilities. We’re seeing a shift with more HR roles in job postings that look … Continued

How Creating an Intentional Candidate Experience Can Better Your Brand

How candidates are treated reflects upon how employees are treated. While new tools and technologies like automation and generative AI can help improve time-to-hire, one major roadblock that can lead to a poor candidate experience is little-to-no human interaction at various stages in the recruitment process.  Creating an intentional candidate experience means designing and implementing … Continued

Skills-First Hiring to Become Gold Standard for Recruiting

If you’re a recruiter, you’ve likely had to play the skills vs. experience game before. If you’re smart, you probably chose the applicant with all the relevant skills — even if they don’t have the experience. This is a very untraditional way of hiring, but it’s becoming more and more prevalent. According to LinkedIn’s 2023 Future … Continued

Would a Recession Change Employees’ Preference for Remote Work?

While the US isn’t in a bona fide recession, we may be heading in that direction. The economic decline following the COVID-19 pandemic remains a prevalent issue, with unemployment and the economy weakening. Recruiting during a recession is hard enough, but remote work is something else to consider in light of a possible recession. In October 2020, 64% … Continued

The State of the Job Market: Last-Mile Delivery Drivers

The final step of the delivery process, in which a driver leaves the distribution or fulfillment center, store, or warehouse and reaches the customer’s address, is called last-mile delivery. It’s the most crucial and intricate part of any delivery process – it requires extreme attention to detail and support from a logistics service provider. It requires … Continued

How To Improve Retention in Hospitality

High turnover rates often plague the hospitality industry. Employees typically leave their hospitality industry jobs for various reasons, including poor working conditions, low wages, and a lack of career advancement opportunities. While it is only sometimes possible to eliminate turnover in the hospitality industry, there are several steps that employers can take to improve retention … Continued

Why Recruiter and HR Burnout is On the Rise

While it may come as no surprise to those in HR and recruiting, the rates of burnout across all industries have risen significantly. According to a recent report from Indeed, more than half of survey respondents reported that they’re experiencing burnout — up from the 43% who said the same in Indeed’s pre-Covid-19 survey. Is … Continued