Monthly Archives - September 2019

September 2019

3 Ways Employee Development Will Help You Keep Your Best People

Employee development may not be the top priority for your company, especially in a tight labor market where hiring is more competitive than ever. However, investing in skills training and creating career paths could help you keep your most promising employees. Below are 3 ways employee development will help you keep your best people. Increase Job Satisfaction & Employee Retention The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that over 3.5 million Americans quit their jobs every month. That’s about 2.3 % of...

4 Tips on Asking for a Raise (The Right Way)

According to a survey published by USA Today, employers are expected to give slightly higher than average raises in 2019. This is due to the current labor market and the rising pressure to keep top employees. Asking for a raise can be intimidating, but it’s important to go about it the right way. Below are 3 quick tips on asking for a raise the right way. Be a Top Performer Employers are looking to give raises based on performance, so in...

6 Tips on Conducting Interviews in a Candidate-Centered Market

In a Candidate-Centered market it is more important than ever to be sure your interview process is above standard. Candidates expect a streamlined and organized interview experience. Below are 6 of our best tips for adjusting your interview process during a Candidate-Centered market. 1. Don’t Start Too Early It’s important not to start interviewing candidates until your management team is prepared. If your interviewers or decision makers have limited availability in the coming weeks, you should hold off on beginning the...

How to Survive the Mid-Level Worker Shortage

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are a record 7.3 million open jobs in the United States. Open jobs in the United States have now surpassed the number of unemployed. According to a local search on Indeed.com (the #1 online job search engine), about 90% of open jobs within 25 miles of Wayne, PA fall under the mid-level category (a salary under 50k). Many of these postings remain unfilled for long periods of time. Mid-level workers are in...