Are Happy Employees Bad For Business?

The recruiting industry relies on the growth of the economy and recruiting new talent. Add to the mix Millennial’s who believe 3 years at a job is a long enough tenure, and recruiting is in a prime position to grow. If the industry is growing and our main focus is on finding and recruiting the best and brightest, then what happens to the employees that you hired a year ago? What about three years ago?


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4 More Requirements to Be Aware of Regarding the ACA


We have all been dealing with all of the changes, rules and regulations associated with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for a while now. The most recent implementation was that the employer mandate kicked into gear at the beginning of the year.  There are 4 more requirements that are coming up quickly in the near future. As with all things HR related, it’s best to be prepared so as not to be swamped.


The Updated Resume

The resume: we all have one, we all hate updating it and we usually put it off until we actually need it. Why are resumes such a big deal? It is hard to have to summarize a whole job history into a measly one page piece of paper. We are lucky that now a days we have LinkedIn and other job sites that allow for lengthier descriptions of jobs and work histories. But time and time again, the first stage of applying to a job is sending in a resume. Having seen thousands of resumes come through our door, we have put together a list of the best tricks to making sure you have the BEST resume.


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Pre-Employment Test Trends You Need to Know About

Job growth was the theme of 2014.

December alone added 252,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell to 5.6 percent. American economist Mark Zandi predicts that “At the current pace of job growth, the economy will be back to full employment by early 2016.”

That means that 2015 will be a busy year for hiring managers and HR leaders.

Based on changes to laws, emerging technologies, and an appreciation for data-based hiring decisions, here are some pre-employment assessment trends we expect to see in 2015.