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2011, 2017

Proper Engagement

By |November 20th, 2017|

The rapid pace of technological change has altered the recruitment process, providing candidates and end users with myriad choices. The goal is to leverage technologies that enable recruiters and staffing firms to more efficiently find the right talent. Claudette Cunitz, Monster’s vice president and a former ASA board member, looks at how staffing companies can […]

2609, 2017

Visionaries and Innovators

By |September 26th, 2017|

As advances in technology continue to evolve and reshape the staffing industry, women are increasingly taking on leadership roles. Penny Queller, senior vice president and general manager of staffing for Monster, has seen women’s contributions up close in her more than 20 years in staffing. She discusses her path in the industry, the contributions that […]

2108, 2017

Sponsored Content: Are You in Control of Your Firm’s Rep?

By |August 21st, 2017|

From a potential client checking online reviews of your company to a job applicant checking with his or her network before sending a résumé, you can safely assume anyone engaging with a staffing firm today can — and will — check out that firm’s reputation before making any commitment.

This means cultivating a strong staffing brand […]

105, 2017

Sponsored Content: The Old Order No More

By |May 1st, 2017|

Last month, the US hit the significant milestone of our president’s first 100 days in office. The first few months of the new administration have been marked by significant changes, and we can expect more to come. Employers and staffing professionals alike need to figure out how to navigate the changes associated with this government.

Jim […]

2703, 2017

Sponsored Content: A Multigenerational Breed

By |March 27th, 2017|

Fresh-faced graduates working alongside Baby Boomers. Generation X directing interns who are Generation Y. This is the face of today’s workforce in many US organizations. And these varied age groups are often working for the same employer at the same time. This creates challenges for staffing companies and their clients. Members of each generation have […]

111, 2016

Sponsored Content: Empowering Women

By |November 1st, 2016|

Gender equality has been at the forefront of discussions in media, politics and the workplace. However, the gender gap is still at 79.6%, and has remained relatively unchanged since 2000, according to the National Committee on Pay Equity. And the pay gap is just one, albeit core, problem. There are also other controversial and complicated […]

110, 2016

Sponsored Content: The Millennial Force

By |October 1st, 2016|

Not all know it, but the largest segment of the US workforce, according to Pew Research, is now millennials. Many of these 18- to 34-year-olds have over a decade of experience under their belts and occupy, or are on the verge of landing, leadership positions in varied industries. Others are founding companies and creating entirely […]

109, 2016

Sponsored Content: Navigating the Transformation of the Healthcare Industry

By |September 1st, 2016|

The healthcare industry in the United States is undergoing a revolutionary period – and there’s only more to come. There are currently three major socioeconomic trends driving this transformation. First, advances in technologies and medical innovation are creating new areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and case management. These developments, combined with the aging population, are […]

305, 2016

Sponsored Content: The Right Rep

By |May 3rd, 2016|

Joanie Courtney, senior vice president of global market insights for Monster Worldwide, explains why employer branding has become so important, how a strong brand benefits employers, and how companies can initiate a branding strategy.

courtney, joanieQ: What is an “employer brand”?

A: It really is the identity […]

103, 2016

Sponsored Content: Millennials Matter

By |March 1st, 2016|

They are the largest, most diverse and most educated generation in US history. They grew up fluent in technology that older workers have had to work to adopt. And today, they are changing the way employers think about hiring, training and management.

lanzalotto, jimJim Lanzalotto, senior vice […]