Our 2022 Mid-Year Update is out! We had a Q&A session with our recruiters about what they’ve seen in the job market and hiring process over the past six months. You can read the full story here or keep reading below for their 2022 advice for candidates and employers.
We’re currently in a candidate’s job market which means some power has shifted to the other side of the interview table. This is a first for many candidates, especially those in technical roles. While this market can bring exciting opportunities, it’s important to remember these candidate dos and don’ts:
If you build it, they will come. As we’ve been discussing, the job market is more competitive than ever right now. Companies need to prioritize these steps to better attract employees – both new and existing.
The US Labor Department reported employers added 467,000 jobs in January. By mid-February, the US had the lowest number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits since 1970. This comes as no surprise to our recruiters – they’re busier than ever. But hiring in a candidate’s market requires a fundamentally different mindset than before. Hiring managers still operating like it’s the 2000s are getting a rude awakening. Any company looking to hire right now needs to follow these steps.
Welcome to our Interviewing Prep series, where we share the most important questions employers and candidates need to have answered before the first interview. This month, we’re covering Office Support Staff: