An Exclusive Search Will Motivate Your Recruiter to Fill Your Position Faster: 5 Ways to Improve Speed-to-Hire
Competition among search partners doesn’t guarantee success; it just causes a burst of activity and a rush to make a referral before anyone else. What you really want is a dedicated, thorough search by a committed recruiting partner to ensure you are getting the best candidates in the market.
From My Vantage Point
by Jason Banks, CSP, EVP, Lloyd Staffing The recruiting marketplace continues to get more and more competitive for talent! We see organizations of all stages and sizes developing and implementing traditional and alternative recruitment strategies – everything from hefty bonuses, posting their job openings in new places (like TikTok), attempting to hire experienced internal recruiters, […]
Reflections on Fifty Years
In these 50 years, there are so many that helped to build on the Lloyd mission… too many to thank, but Thank You anyway.
The Counteroffer in the Era of the Great Resignation
4.2 million individuals voluntarily resigned in October 2021. For more than 6 months in a row, workers have been quitting at alarming rates. In total – 38 million people have left their employers since January. It appears that quitting your job is the new pandemic, or at least an outgrowth of the current one. There […]
A Shift in Power Has Turned “Why Should We Hire You?” Into “Why WouId I Want to Work Here?”
By Jason Banks,CSP,EVP, LLoyd Staffing A mainstay question asked by employers for many years was always, “Why Should We Hire You” and then sweaty job seekers struggled to articulate their skill sets and reasons for being the top candidate choice. Well, post-pandemic, the balance of power has now shifted in favor of the job seeker, […]
Expanding the Talent Pool at the Screening Stage
As recruitment professionals, we hear this every day: “We have too many openings and not enough qualified talent to fill our needs!” Yet there are people out there. CNBC.com recently reported there are about 1 million more job openings than available people. That translates to approximately 8.6 million Americans considered to be “out of […]