Between the top marks in employee satisfaction, unbeatable company cultures and nearly unlimited room for professional growth, who wouldn’t want a job at one of the Best Places to Work in 2019? And with a total of 95,000 open jobs to choose from at 100 different large companies and 50 small and medium companies on the U.S. lists, there are roles for nearly everyone at the Best Places to Work.
Most HR pros have spent a great deal of time revamping their recruitment strategy in this candidate-driven job market, so it can be frustrating to continue to lose out on top talent. To combat this, successful companies are turning toward unique perks to seal the deal and sign a great candidate.
In today’s rapidly changing business environment, companies that rely solely on full-time employees are finding they have neither the skills nor the agility to sustain success. For instance, 40 percent of U.S. companies can’t fill their open positions, according to a McKinsey Global Institute study that found that analytical, engineering, and management roles are the hardest to fill.
The gig economy continues to dominate trends in staffing, triggering new partnerships, driving technology innovations and forcing recruiters to wonder what role they will play in the future.
Five tips on how employers can discover a potential employee's likelihood of sticking around during initial interviews.