Talent Acquisition

Sourcing Star Interview: Dennis Tupper

Posted: 09/22/2019 - 05:22
How did you get into this field – was it purposeful or by accident?  
As a recruiter, I loved paying attention to sourcing trends and was always curious on what channels and job boards worked best for finding and attracting talent. I found in staffing that marketing channel metrics were not practiced very well, often not at all. It was my curiosity and thirst for data that got me into it and my passion for analysis and optimization that made it a career for me. 
 

Why Nearshoring and AI Go Hand-in-Hand

Posted: 07/11/2019 - 04:49
There’s growing momentum for Artificial Intelligence (AI) across a variety of industries, ranging from financial services and healthcare to manufacturing and environmental initiatives. It’s no wonder, given the power of AI to find patterns in vast amounts of data faster than humans ever could and to predict outcomes and behaviors. 
 

Building Your Total Talent Pipeline

Posted: 06/25/2019 - 01:36
Workers are one of the most important resources for any organization looking to grow in an increasingly competitive market. In today’s tight labor market with a near-record unemployment rate of only 3.6%, the lowest since December 1969, the fight for attracting top talent is more crowded and competitive than ever before. Time to hire is increasing, cost per hire is growing, and the skills gap (especially in tech) still exists.   

Training and Developing Procurement Professionals

Posted: 06/11/2019 - 03:30

Training a company’s team members is a foundational step in running a company, one that is often forgotten when busy times hit. It shouldn’t be. Putting the time and effort into designing a training program that suits the unique needs of procurement will drive more effective results in less time. Employees will be better equipped to manage the various situations and surprises that sourcing across numerous categories brings about.

Attracting and Retaining Talent in the Face of Low Unemployment

Posted: 05/30/2019 - 03:30
The U.S. Department of Labor reports that employers outperformed forecasts in April by introducing over 260,000 new jobs. This growth, coupled with near-record unemployment is a double-edged sword for American organizations. Though it’s a positive sign for the economy as a whole, low unemployment and a wealth of job openings leave business leaders in a tough position. The fight for attracting top talent is increasingly crowded and competitive. What’s more, candidates have come to expect more in the way of compensation and additional value adds. 
 

All Rise for Poland: A Thriving Outsource Destination

Posted: 05/16/2019 - 02:13
It’s hard to believe that up until 1989, Poland was governed and ruled by the crushing grip of Communism as the Soviet Union took over Eastern Europe after World War II and strangled economic growth. At that time, Poland was seen as a powerless country with no business prospects and frankly, no real future. 
 
A Thriving Economy
 

Employee Immobility: Getting Talent to Move in a Tightening Market

Posted: 04/24/2019 - 06:50

Today’s labor market is tight. At the start of 2019, the U.S. economy had seen the longest run of job growth since 1969 and the current unemployment rate is still holding steady at about four percent. Year-over-year wage growth is also the strongest it’s been in a decade. The robust economy has shaped an ideal market for employees, where the demand to fill open positions is outpacing the supply of talent. You’d think employees would look at this as an opportunity to shop their talent to the highest bidder, right? But are workers actually looking to move on?

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