In times of growth and a competitive job market, retaining top talent is a constant struggle. While compensation is always a key consideration for employees, it is not the only factor in play. Employers who are serious about retention must also be serious about engaging their staff in frequent communication. Here are five questions employers can use to get the conversation started:
Activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason successfully ousted Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson, Chairman Robert Keegan and the majority of the Xerox board on May 1st. Under new leadership – predominantly backed by Icahn and Deason – the Xerox board is set to reconsider the disputed $6.1 billion acquisition deal with Fujifilm.
Copier Careers® Poll Results & Comments Poll: Does Your Company Provide Solid IT/Networking Training? Are Employers Offering Their Techs Networking Training? The 2018 Service Technician Salary Survey will be published next month, so we were curious to hear how well companies are training their techs in MPS and MNS skills. We had a solid turnout […]
As recruiters, we are often asked what might seem to be an easy question: “How quickly can you find someone to fill this position?” The answer isn’t quite so simple, as we discussed in our recent White Paper. We do, however, have a few tips for attracting top talent:
In our most recent White Paper, we explore the number 1 recruiting question: “How quickly can you find someone to fill this position?” There is a shortage of qualified Copier Channel candidates for job opportunities across the board – tech, back office, sales and leadership. This is largely because of the explosive growth of the Copier Channel in the past decade, when the industry morphed from the copier business into a sophisticated business-solutions channel.