Jobvite Blog: Today’s Recruiting Trends

Author: Kerry Gilliam

The Great Labor Reset: Has the New Normal of Work Arrived?

Although there are nearly three million jobs less than before the start of the pandemic, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last week that the American economy added an incredible 467,000 jobs in January, seasonally adjusted....

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2021 Job Seeker Nation: Key Findings from This Year’s Report

Learn how the workforce is responding and adapting one year into the pandemic  This just in! Jobvite's 12th annual Job Seeker Nation Report has been released, uncovering a profound change in concerns, challenges, and priorities for workers while...

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9 Reasons Why RNL is Not Your Typical Virtual Conference

It’s almost here! Recruiter Nation Live 2020 is next week, and we guarantee it won’t be your typical virtual conference.    As a community, we have a lot to celebrate, share, learn, and plan for after a year of challenges that brought forth...

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How Financial and Insurance Services Use Recruitment Marketing

Between significant regulation and compliance, talent shortages, and an ever-changing economy the financial services and insurance industries are facing a few recruiting challenges in 2020. And depending on an organization’s approach to candidate experience, it can see unprecedented...

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How to Build a Pipeline of Patient-Centric Healthcare Talent

As patients, we want the best healthcare we can get. And we hope that the health systems we visit have the best healthcare talent working there. But the reality is that there is a huge shortage of...

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Marketing to Today’s Diverse Candidates 

From entry-level employees to leadership, a workforce with varied backgrounds and experiences brings greater perspectives and drives more innovation. Simply put, workplace diversity improves a company’s bottom line and creates a greater exchange of ideas, competencies,...

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