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The Evolution Of Recruiters: The Nature Of Hiring Has Changed


Sure, it’s a term generally reserved for real estate transactions, yet it seems to bear striking similarities to the current state of employment. Similar shifts are taking place in real estate. Online markets such as Zillow have made many question the necessity and longevity of real estate agents. The same is true of staffing professionals. Across all industries, we’re noticing a glut of unfilled job openings. Part 1 of 2.

The Virtual Work Space: What Are the Benefits and Risks?

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Real estate can be expensive. An employer must also consider all the associated costs with maintaining an office, including heating and cooling, maintenance and upkeep, and staffing. Workers’ compensation risks. Injuries that occur at home can be compensable under state workers’ compensation laws. Review individual job descriptions to evaluate if a work-from-home situation is appropriate.


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Build a Global Recruiting Machine Like This Top HR Executive

Spark Hire

11:20 Brad’s signature on job postings. Josh: Today I am joined by Brad Wilkins, Vice President of Human Resources at Altisource, which is an integrated service provider and marketplace for the real estate and mortgage industries. So, I guess real quickly I gave you a little bit of an intro, but maybe you could introduce yourself a little bit more. And then on our Real Estate side, we have a number of initiatives that are growth initiatives.

11 Stats You Should Know If You are Recruiting Contractors in the U.S.

Linkedin Talent Blog

If you are tasked with recruiting contractors, though, it’s important to first understand who they are—with data on where most of them are in their career path, what they want out of their next jobs, and which cities you should consider hiring them from. 70% of contractors who switched jobs in the past year moved to a different industry, according to LinkedIn data. In a job, they value excellent pay, a nice balance between work and life, and benefits.