Category: hiring millennials

4 Retail and Service Industry Trends to Expect in 2018

2018 will make one decade since the Great Recession that devastated the retail and service industries. In the past 10 years, both industries have seen their ups and downs, but recent figures showed that holiday sales improved in late 2017 by more than 5.5 percent compared to 2016. A recent economic upturn has made many business owners more optimistic for the future, but a changing competitive landscape means it’s more important than ever to stay on top of industry trends. As ... Read More
Posted by Jeff Bates at Friday, January 26, 2018
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How to Optimize Talent Acquisition in 2018

Replacing outgoing personnel and recruiting new talent is always a challenge for business owners and hiring managers, especially as technology changes while hiring trends shift. Staying on top of the latest trends in talent acquisition is a must , especially if you’re in a crowded market and need every advantage you can get over your competitors. Even if your ability to hire rockstars has been consistent and reliable in recent years, it’s vital to stay in the loop of some... Read More
Posted by Jeff Bates at Monday, January 15, 2018
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4 Tips for Successfully Working Remotely

For many employees who are frustrated by long commutes, daily bumper-to-bumper traffic, and frequent distractions in the office, remote work may seem like the answer to some of the biggest annoyances and complaints that they have concerning their professional lives. Many companies are also catching on to the benefits of allowing employees to work remotely. In addition to reducing the need for dedicated office space, it can boost employee morale due to its inherent flexibility. Despite its... Read More
Posted by Jeff Bates at Thursday, November 9, 2017
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4 Ways Contract Positions Help Workers Reach Their Goals

Contract positions can carry some negative connotations, especially for workers who are looking for more permanent employment options. In addition to leaving workers facing higher tax burdens and often a lack of health insurance, contract positions are also by nature short-lived, which means employees need to continue job searching even while they’re working—especially if their contracts are for six months or less. Despite the drawbacks of contract positions, there are also... Read More
Posted by Jeff Bates at Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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