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Ensure Your Job Application Process Isn’t Eliminating Top Talent

Did you know that 76 percent of candidates say they expect the ability to submit applications and receive feedback via a mobile device? However, just 30 percent of employers offer a mobile-friendly application process. Here are some tips to help you implement a successful application process.

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Recruitment Technology Increases Demand for Recruiters

The digital landscape and innovative technology have fundamentally changed the way many organizations conduct business, including how employers seek out new hires. However, most firms are not using these technologies to replace more traditional recruitment methods; they're using them in tandem with one another. Here are a few ways recruiters can optimize the hiring process, beyond technology.

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How Your Change Management Strategy Impacts Recruiting Top Talent

Here are some tips that can further your recruitment goals, followed by some pointers for candidates applying with a company experiencing change.

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How Leveraging Training Programs Can Attract and Retain Star Employees of All Ages

While many employees may be comfortable in their current roles, it’s safe to say that most top talent want to continually advance in their career. In fact, among candidates in the MRINetwork survey, external training was cited as one of their most preferred incentives for staying with a company.

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Workforce Priorities for 2019

Training programs, employee engagement, as well as attracting and retaining top talent are the top workplace challenges that companies will face in 2019. Here are a few tips that can help you address some of the more common challenges facing employers heading into the new year.

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