Happy Friday! Take a look at this week’s must read articles for recruiters, hiring managers and everyone in between:
With new screening providers and solutions flooding the market, staying ahead of trends to effectively evaluate providers and solutions is becoming remarkably more challenging.
Four Things You Need to Know When Texting Job Applicants
iRecruit TXT enables users to initiate private conversations with candidates directly from the applicant profile page. iRecruit users can have a faster time to fill by using texting.
Work ‘love bombing’: When companies come on too strong (Read @ BBC Worklife)
They check in several times a day: texts, emails, phone calls. They lavish flattery and compliments, make it clear you’re the one. You only met each other a few days ago, but the hours since have been a whirlwind of attention and promises.
American workers are demanding almost $80,000 a year to take a new job (Read @ CNBC)
According to the latest New York Federal Reserve employment survey released Monday, the average “reservation wage,” or the minimum acceptable salary offer to switch jobs, rose to $78,645 during the second quarter of 2023.
Now Hiring: What’s your sign? (Read @ HR Dive)
A recent viral tweet lamenting the job search process in Los Angeles alerted me to just how involved — and personal — the job hunt can be. The tweet referenced a job ad posted on Indeed that said final applicants would be required to provide their birth chart.
How one Miami company is hiring 100 people a month – and wants to continue (Read/Listen @ WLRN)
Close to 11,000 new jobs were created in South Florida last month. About 100 of those came from Kaseya, a technology network management company.
The One Interview Question This Exec Always Asks Senior Leaders (Read @ LinkedIn)
As LinkedIn COO Dan Shapero launched his new #LearningWithLeaders video series, he asked Donna Morris, the chief people officer at Walmart, “What is something you do that is really effective?”
Gartner HR Survey Finds Within 12-Month Period, Half of Candidates Have Accepted a Job Offer – and Then Backed Out Before Starting (Read @ Gartner)
A Gartner, Inc. survey of nearly 3,500 candidates in May 2023 revealed that 50% of respondents accepted a job offer over a 12-month period but backed out prior to starting.
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