Last week my blog post implied that an increase of available jobs would make finding talent more difficult for hiring managers, but would also spur them into making a hiring decision more quickly. In the past, you see, hiring managers were content to drag their feet believing that job candidates would wait a discourteous amount of time because few other jobs were available to them. Continue reading “Hiring Managers, Wake Up and Hire Your Candidates Already!” »
Careerbuilder’s Midyear U.S. Jobs forecast shows that employers will hire more full time, part-time and contract workers in the remaining six months of this year as compared to 2013.
Sounds like good news for job seekers, but as a hiring manager consider that more open jobs means more competitors vying for top talent. With so many global companies already up in arms over a so-called talent shortage, how much more difficult will securing top talent be now that job seekers have more job options? Continue reading “Will An Increase in Jobs Make Finding Talent More Difficult?” »