Tag Archives: Recruiting Trends

2020 vs 2021 – What If 2020 Was The Good One?

Note: This “think piece” is designed to stimulate your thinking about the 2021 job market. If you’re considering a job search, you may be shocked to learn that the 2021 job market may be worse than our current dismal one. Of course, I realize that few want to hear negative job market forecasts, in part, because so many in HR …

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2017 Recruiting Trends: How Recruiters Can Survive And Stay Ahead of the Curve

As seen on 1-PAGE BLOG. A tsunami of change. A rapid acceleration in technology. The adaptation of algorithms and data with pinpoint precision. 2017 is certainly shaping up to be a dynamic and interesting year in the world of recruitment. In this third and final installment of what’s to come, Dr. John Sullivan examines what recruiters will need to do …

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Recruiting Trends For 2016 And Their Supporting Best Practices, 2 Part series

What could be more important in a fast-moving world than keeping up with developing trends? Unfortunately, many in recruiting are so busy that they forget to set aside time to follow or act on these important emerging trends. The Many Benefits of Tracking Emerging Trends in Recruiting Not following trends can be a mistake because being first provides your firm …

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The Top 10 ‘Bleeding Edge’ Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2015

Most articles that cover recruiting trends highlight what I consider to be obvious approaches that many firms have already adopted. But my perspective on trends is unique because I am focused on what I call the “bleeding-edge trends.” These trends are unique and rare because they have been adopted by less than 5 percent of the major firms. However, they …

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