It’s that time of year! Spring has sprung, graduates have graduated, and businesses are kicking it into high gear.
Each year at this time, I see an uptick in consulting and
recruiting questions directed my way. However, this year is particularly different with unemployment being the lowest since 1969. According to the United States Bureau of
Labor Statistics on June 2, 2019, unemployment is still sitting at a record
low of 3.6%.
Trying to recruit top talent in this economy is going to require
a strategic, multi-pronged and thoughtful approach. Here are my top six tips for employers to recruit the best talent in today’s candidate-friendly climate.
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