It’s been a year like no other in the recruiting world. Demand for new hires has grown exponentially, salaries also have skyrocketed, and people began quitting their jobs in a movement termed The Great Resignation.
We’ve covered these trends (and more), and below are our most-popular posts from the year.
- When And How To Say No To Job Interview Projects: Companies often assign projects to job candidates as part of the hiring process. We present a few ways for candidates to respond to these requests.
- The Reason Why People Leave Jobs And Where People Work: The No. 1 reason why people leave jobs and the No. 1 reason why people pursue new roles are identical. It’s not money. Nor is it equity.
- Salaries Are Rising At Historic Rates: Our CEO Nad Elias explains how the quick economic rebound from the pandemic has caused salary inflation to accelerate at rates he has never seen before.
- The Most Important KPI In Job Searches – And It’s Not Money: Most companies budget for job searches and new hires, but budgeting for the time – and assigning a deadline – to hiring new employees often is overlooked.
- A Scientific Way To Ask For A Raise Or Promotion: A Wall Street Journal article says that the best way to ask for a raise or a promotion is first to consider three specific questions.
- Nothing’s Sacred Podcast With El Arroyo owner Ellis Winstanley: On this episode of recruitAbility’s “Nothing’s Sacred” podcast, we speak to El Arroyo owner Ellis Winstanley, a serial entrepreneur who shares lessons of building companies.
- How To Know When To Switch Jobs: Switching jobs is inevitable, but if you do it too often, hiring managers may see it as a red flag. Here’s advice on how to know when to leave and when to stay at a job.
- My First Job: Jared Butler: We’re doing a series on recruitAbility employees’ first jobs and the lessons they learned. Jared Butler tells us about his first job as a lifeguard and how it influences his work now.
- What Candidates Value In Job Offers Compared To Pre-COVID: The terms that job seekers value in employment offers has changed dramatically. Learn what top talent cares about now compared to pre-COVID.
- The Pros and Cons of TikTok Launching A Jobs Tool: TikTok, the video-sharing social network popular with Gen Z (ages 6-24), is testing a pilot jobs program to help its users and brands find each other.
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