Trump’s H-1B Visa Reform Bill Will Revamp Hiring of Skilled Workers

Trump’s H-1B Visa Reform Bill Will Revamp Hiring of Skilled Workers

Donald Trump vowed to be the “greatest jobs producer that God ever created” on the campaign trail. He ran on an “America First” agenda and has prioritized creating good-paying domestic jobs.

Starting this week, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will temporarily suspend premium processing for all H-1B visas. The suspension could last up to six months and directly affects those applicants filing Form I-907 and Form I-129 H-1B petitions… Click here to read the full article

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Advancements in Recruitment Technology Shouldn’t Come at the Expense of Human Interaction

Advancements in Recruitment Technology Shouldn’t Come at the Expense of Human Interaction

The automation of recruiting and hiring has forever changed the way candidates apply and interview for jobs.

Advancements in recruitment technology have streamlined the process for employers to fill vacant positions, but has that come at the expense of human interaction? Click here to read the full article

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Employers Need to Hire Faster and Smarter in 2017

Employers Need to Hire Faster and Smarter in 2017

It is often said that the costliest hire is employing the wrong candidate, but what about the one that got away?

No, we’re not talking about the employee who quit or even the one who may have been laid off. We’re referring to the candidate who got tired of playing the waiting game after enduring multiple interviews and decided to pursue another opportunity — or, worse yet, lost interest in your company… Click here to read the full article

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2017 Promises to be a Banner Year for Job Seekers and Companies

2017 Promises to be a Banner Year for Job Seekers and Companies

America has a “Talent Crunch,” and it effects employers in just about every industry across occupations, both white collar and blue.

For the 74th consecutive month, the U.S. economy has reported gains in jobs, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s December Jobs Report. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate is at a nine-year low of 4.6%, which is considered at or below full employment.

Currently, there are more job openings for skilled positions than there are job seekers. This has created a Talent Crunch that is frustrating employers.

There are strong indicators that 2017 will be a banner year for companies and workers… Click here to read the full article

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Four Job Recruiting Trends That Defined 2016

Four Job Recruiting Trends That Defined 2016

For the sixth consecutive year, the U.S. economy has had increasing job growth every single month as it continues its gradual rebound from The Great Recession.

In fact, the streak of job growth extended to 74 months in November 2016. Meanwhile, the nation’s unemployment rate dropped to a nine-year low of 4.6%.

Here are four recruiting trends that defined 2016… Click here to read the full article

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