CNBC reports “Hiring in July was far better than expected, defying multiple other signs that the economic recovery is losing steam.” The US Bureau of Labor Statistics released data showing nonfarm payroll employment increased by 528,000 in July. Compared to the average monthly gain of 388,000/month over the previous four months, this is a big leap!
As we’ve been saying for years, the Copier Channel urgently needs to bring in new blood to alleviate the existing candidate shortage and to ensure the industry continues to support businesses in the coming decades. Keep these tips in mind when interviewing this next generation.
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.
The Copier Channel has a supply and demand problem. In the first half of 2022, the resurgent industry ran into an immense obstacle. There simply are not enough skilled candidates — from technicians to leadership roles — to fill positions across the industry.
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.