Yours? Mine? Ours?
The title of “Employer” relative to temporary staffing can almost be a game of “Hot Potato” contingent upon the situation. Clients who invite their contingent/temporary workforce to participate in company events and meetings or include them in the distribution of teamwear (sometimes considered employment perks) are undoubtedly doing so to foster a sense of team and inclusion. Aside from these occasional scenarios, many clients are involved more-closely with their contingent team members, providing coaching and counseling, modifying work schedules to accommodate personal needs, or even addressing compensation issues. However, when contingent workers approach clients with issues or concerns rather than their staffing firm (a.k.a., their employer), the lines can become a bit blurry.read more
Hiring Manager Advice: Keeping Employees Engaged to Prevent Ghosting
You’ve heard of ghosting when it comes to dating, but did you know it has become common even in the workplace? Candidates get offered a position and then never show up to work or contact their new employer.
As a hiring manager this is extremely frustrating. How can you prevent this from happening? Here are a couple of ways to keep your potential employees engaged to avoid ghosting.
Hiring Manager Advice: How to Hire in a Candidate-Driven Market
The market is hot, hot, hot for job seekers. The unemployment rate is close to its lowest point in decades, job growth is rampant, and wages are rising. While this is great news for job seekers and something to celebrate as a country, it’s not the ideal scenario for employers with a shortage of talent. The large pool of opportunities for job seekers creates a tight labor market for employers and hiring managers.read more
Hiring Manager Advice: Think Outside the Resume
At ITAC, we specialize in finding the right fit for both candidates and companies. We take time to get to know the candidate while seeking to understand the type of person the company is looking to hire. This process has led us to conclude that the resume isn’t always everything.
- Company Culture
- ITAC Employees
- Job search
- Job seekers
- New Hires
- Office move
- Social Media
- Temporary positions