Information technology will continue to drive the transformation of our workforce. Not only will there be continued demand for software developers and data analysts, but other less technical jobs will also be shaped by technology innovation.
In today’s society, staffing and recruiting has become one of the most competitive job fields that one could enter. There are roughly 20,000 staffing companies that are located all around the globe, and as of April 2019 the U.S. unemployment rate was recorded at a low of 3.6 percent, worldwide.
When people are looking for a new career opportunity, one of their most important considerations is the compensation. With the low unemployment rates in the Midwest markets we serve (2.6% – 3.5%) it’s harder than ever to find talent. And in the information technology field, the unemployment rate is closer to 1-2%.
With unemployment rates in the Midwest running between 2.3% - 3.5%, it can make it hard to find the right people when you have a staffing need. That’s why partnering with a recruiter to help fill your open positions can be very helpful. Here is why Aureus Group is a good resource for you.
Do you provide autonomy or define process? Autonomy types show appreciation, build approachability and drive accountability. Process leaders leverage principles, outline tactical steps by being prescriptive, and drive predictability.
Just how important are communication skills for leaders? If you ask former PepsiCo CEO, Indra Nooyi, communication is one of her “5 Cs” in her leadership model along with competency, courage & confidence, consistency, and compass.
With over half a billion users on LinkedIn, there is a good reason why you should be utilizing this professional platform. Whether you are looking for a new job opportunity or looking to network with like-minded professionals, LinkedIn is THE social networking site to invest your time and focus on.
We are always looking to learn and isolate ways to get better at hiring, developing, and retaining top talent for ourselves and our customers. We recently conducted a survey to professionals who started new roles in 2019. The most important criteria in selecting a new employer was workplace culture. Compensation, career advancement, benefits, type of
Standing outside at my daughter’s fifth grade “walk out” (a really cool tradition at her elementary school), I got to talking to another parent who is a local business leader. Inevitably, as all of my conversations with these folks tend to do, the talk centered on how tough it is to find talent.
Have you ever been in a meeting or at a conference where you are sitting at a table full of strangers and you are not sure how to start the conversation? How about an awkward conversation where you are not sure what to ask next or how to carry the conversation forward? These are business