Recruitment

  • The Most In-Demand Jobs Now

    The Most In-Demand Jobs Now

    Recruiters are aggressively trying to fill these positions

    Recruiters are turning to social media to poach talent. Social recruiting tool HiringSolved reveals which positions are the most sought-after. Continue Reading

  • The Simple Truth About Finding A Job

    The Simple Truth About Finding A Job

    You're looking for a job. Chances are it feels complicated, scary, overwhelming. My job-seeking clients have found the chart below comforting and helpful. It contains the essence of what you have to do. Continue Reading

  • How To Make Job Fairs Worth Your While

    How To Make Job Fairs Worth Your While

    By Robert Half International Attending a job fair can seem a little like speed dating. You're one of many in a line of candidates who meet with participating employers so quickly there is barely time to shake hands and say hello before being rushed along. Continue Reading

  • Twitter Makes Purposely Embarrassing Recruitment Video

    Twitter Makes Purposely Embarrassing Recruitment Video

    The recruitment video is still a young art form, developed by companies like Google and IBM in the late 2000s. But it's not an art form too young to parody mercilessly. Twitter's new recruitment video mocks all the things we hate about recruitment videos: hyper-staged fun times, awkward cutaways, and cheesy... Continue Reading

  • Job Search Advice From 'Top Chef'

    Job Search Advice From 'Top Chef'

    By Robert Half International The newest season of Bravo's hit TV show "Top Chef" is well underway. But fans of the show and aspiring cooks aren't the only ones who may want to tune in: Job seekers might want to watch as well. The "Top Chef" contestants can teach professionals a lot about the job hunt. Continue Reading

  • What Bosses Really Want Hasn't Changed Much in 50 Years

    What Bosses Really Want Hasn't Changed Much in 50 Years

    The economy and society may have changed so much and so fast in the past 50 years that they're hard to recognize. However, what bosses want in their employees has remained the same, according to Karin Helgesson from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, who wrote a doctoral thesis on the evolution of... Continue Reading