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MSPs and Staffing Suppliers Make the Hiring Process Human in an Automated World

Posted by Casey Enstrom on Apr 24, 2018 11:27:39 AM

The contingent workforce no longer steps in for temp assignments, seasonal needs, or one-off projects — skilled contingent workers are being courted to fulfill imperative enterprise functions. Yet we must also remember that qualified, in-demand talent have choices. And although they aren’t permanent members of the team, creating a rich employee experience is just as important in attracting and retaining them. MSPs — who’ve broadened their responsibilities in managing the blended workforce — understand this and can help clients create a rewarding experience for workers of all types.

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Tags: MSPs, Staffing Suppliers, candidate experience

The Case for the Casual Interview

Posted by Jess Johnson on Feb 27, 2018 11:46:03 AM

Interviews are tough - even a hiring manager who has been doing them for years could tell you that. Both parties are trying to learn as much about each other as possible in as little time as possible, all while trying to ignore the obvious tension of frazzled nerves clouding the room. Thankfully, casual interviews have become popular as of late, due to a growing millennial workforce and a bigger emphasis on candidate experience. And though they may just seem like some hip new trend, they’re actually pretty effective.

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Tags: interviewing strategies, Job Interview, candidate experience

Treat Job Applicants Like Your Customers - Because They Might Be

Posted by Casey Enstrom on Jan 23, 2018 11:15:00 AM

Think about the last time you applied for a job and never heard back. It was sort of discouraging, right? Days, weeks passed by as you eagerly awaited a response. Were you overqualified? Under-qualified? Maybe your cover letter wasn’t eye-catching? All these unanswered questions likely left you feeling confused and perhaps even a little bit angry.

Now, imagine the roles are reversed and you’re the potential employer who left the applicant hanging on the line. Somewhere out there, your rejected candidate is telling others about their negative experience. And if that candidate was also a customer, you might have a problem on your hands.

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Tags: candidate experience

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