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The Work Opportunity Tax Credit’s Ten Target Groups

Learn about the ten Work Opportunity Tax Credit Target Groups in this slide share from Cost Management Services. WOTC is a federal Tax Credit for businesses who hire individuals who fall under one of these target groups that include veterans. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit’s Ten Target Groups from Cost Management Services As an iRecruit Read more about The Work Opportunity Tax Credit’s Ten Target Groups[…]

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Have You Been Ghosted by a Candidate?

Several months ago LinkedIn did a fantastic feature on  candidates ghosting employers, and how it was driving them crazy. If you’re not familiar with the term “ghosting” Urban Dictionary describes it as “When a person cuts off all communication with their friends or the person they’re dating, with zero warning or notice before hand. You’ll Read more about Have You Been Ghosted by a Candidate?[…]

Seasonal Hiring: The Work Opportunity Tax Credit

Last week we posted about Project Planning For Seasonal Hiring. One thing to consider if you are getting ready for seasonal hiring is the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Whether you are hiring 10 employees or 100 employees (or more) your company may be eligible for employment tax credits via the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). Read more about Seasonal Hiring: The Work Opportunity Tax Credit[…]

iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications July 2018

iRecruit’s customers have received an average of 185 new employment applications in the month of June. This trends up slightly from June which showed an average 174. This number actually varies based on the number of jobs posted.   About iRecruit No matter how many applications you receive each month, managing and responding to candidates can be Read more about iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications July 2018[…]

iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications May 2018

iRecruit’s customers have received an average of 202 new employment applications in the month of May. The upward trend continues on from 177 in April, and 170 in March. This number actually varies based on the number of jobs posted.   About iRecruit No matter how many applications you receive each month, managing and responding to Read more about iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications May 2018[…]

iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications April 2018

iRecruit’s customers have received an average of 177 new employment applications in April 2018. This shows a slight uptick in recruiting activity from previous month 170 in March. This number actually varies based on the number of jobs posted. About iRecruit No matter how many applications you receive each month, managing and responding to candidates can be a Read more about iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications April 2018[…]

iRecruit Average Applications March 2018

iRecruit’s customers have received an average of 170 employment applications in the month of March 2018. This trend is continuing down slightly from last month, which averaged 175 new employment applications in February, and  216 in January. This number actually varies based on the number of jobs posted. About iRecruit No matter how many applications you receive each month, Read more about iRecruit Average Applications March 2018[…]

Recruiting News Round Up

Every Friday morning – grab a cup of coffee and get your read on – as we take a look back through some of the important and sharable HR and Recruiting news that came across our newsfeeds this week: Top 20 Employee Benefits & Perks for 2017 (Read @ Glassdoor Blog) Unlimited vacation? Been there, Read more about Recruiting News Round Up[…]

Recruiting News Round Up

Every Friday morning – grab a cup of coffee and get your read on – as we take a look back through some of the important and sharable HR and Recruiting news that came across our newsfeeds this week: Global Spotlight: What Jobs Are Trending Across the World? (Read @ Indeed Blog) Finding a new job Read more about Recruiting News Round Up[…]

Los Angeles Passes Ban The Box Law

The City of Los Angeles enacted the Los Angeles Fair Change Initiative for Hiring (LAFCIH). The Ban The Box law will go into effect on January 22, 2017, with non compliant employers subject to fines effective July 1, 2017. The LAFCIH prohibits criminal history inquiries in an employment application. CMS expects the Ban The Box Read more about Los Angeles Passes Ban The Box Law[…]

2017 Hiring Trends

  As 2016 comes to an end the SHRM blog is looking toward the 2017 hiring landscape. A recent blog post includes four of the factors that will affect next year’s hiring trends. The rise of the gig economy Predictive analytics “Boomerang” employees Retiring workforce Continue Reading: Changes in Hiring for 2017 Big or small, Read more about 2017 Hiring Trends[…]

iRecruit at Sage Summit 2014 – Visit Us at Booth #2012

CMS’s Brian Kelly will attend this’ year’s Sage Summit event in Las Vegas. Sage Summit is the annual networking and educational conference for Sage partners and customers. See Agenda and Sessions. Brian will be introducing partners and Sage customers to iRecruit, Recruiting and Onboarding at Booth #2012 on the show floor. 5 Reasons to visit Read more about iRecruit at Sage Summit 2014 – Visit Us at Booth #2012[…]