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This ‘post-recession’ advice is 11 years old. It’s never been more relevant!

Greg Savage

I wrote this blog in 2009, just as we were emerging from what we then considered to be a bad recession. LOL (Yes, that’s right, I have been writing blogs for your reading pleasure, every week, for over 10 years. Thanks for asking.) It could not be more relevant for us now, even if I […].

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10 Years of Programmatic: What We’ve Learned and Where We’re Heading

Recruitics

In 2009, a group of passionate recruitment marketers wanted to solve one of the industry’s biggest pain points – and created programmatic job advertising. The recruitment marketing and talent acquisition landscape is constantly evolving, and one major technological shift in the industry is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

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Are You Still Hiring Like It's 2009??

Recruiter

Many small and mid-sized businesses are struggling to stay fully staffed. With unemployment under 4 percent, the talent market is as competitive as it has been in 50 years — but unfortunately, many small businesses haven't updated their hiring procedures in a decade.

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Gig Economy: Workforce Attraction, Adaption, and Adoption

Recruitics

When the term “gig economy” was coined in 2009 by journalist Tina Brown , she reported that this trend involved “workers pursuing ‘a bunch of free-floating projects, consultancies, and part-time bits and pieces’ while they transacted in a digital marketplace.”

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Three Roadblocks that Complicate High-Volume Hiring (And How to Conquer Them)

Recruitics

First coined in 2009 by New Yorker editor Tina Brown, the “gig economy” looks much different today -- post-pandemic -- than it did twelve years ago. The global pandemic has accelerated many talent trends, including where, how, and when we work.

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Want to Engage Future Leaders? Empower Them

TalentCulture - Recruiting

Although that’s the highest level since Gallup started tracking global data in 2009, it means 77% of the workforce still misses the mark. If not, here’s a powerful wake-up call from Gallup. Last year, the global employee engagement rate was only 23%. Plus, it falls […] The post Want to Engage Future Leaders?

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Hiring Trends in the Time of Covid-19

ClearCompany Recruiting

Here’s a similar view of applicant volume per opening from mid-2008 through the end of 2009. For reference, the Lehman bankruptcy occurred in September of 2008 and the stock market bottomed out in March of 2009. What Does It All Mean? Our data confirms in stark detail just how quickly the world slammed on the brakes in early March.

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