Who to Blame: College Graduates Job Market Still Tough

The recession did a lot to hurt the job market for management all the way to the recent college graduate. Some of the damage caused still lingers, or at least the effects do, and some say that this will be continuing trend – , a hallmark of the first part of this century. The Bureau […]

The Cost of a Bachelor’s Degree

Less time in school, little to no student loans, and a high paying technical career. It sounds like a bit of a stretch, right? That “too good to be true” scenario your parents warned you about. As a society, we have become so used to talking about the traditional four-year university track that anything outside […]

What We Do Matters: Getting to the Bottom of Customer Mysteries

If you have been following along with our blog, you’ve probably heard us use the phrase “What We Do Matters.” It’s the mantra that guides Hire Dynamics and something we strongly believe in. Whether it’s our dedication to clients and talent, giving back to the community, or being named one of the best places to […]

Where the Jobs are After the Recession

We always get so much out of attending CareerBuilder events alongside other industry leaders, and the recent Staffing and Recruiting Executive Summit was no exception. During the course of a couple days we discussed some of the leading issues and opportunities facing staffing today, and we wanted to share what we learned and heard with […]

Changing culture, not the crew

If in pursuit of a calm and leisurely work environment, Hire Dynamics is likely not the place for you.We’re a little loud, love friendly competition and like our meetings adorned with snacks and silly putty. But there’s a method to our madness, and although we can’t relate to most staffing companies, we’re okay with that […]

Insider secrets on filling skills gap positions

When we talk about filling a gap, it usually means that something needs fixing or correcting. It could refer to the cracks in a door or window letting the hot summer air inside. Perhaps it requires braces to close the space between two front teeth. Or for business, it requires an analysis to determine how […]

Client Success Stories: Sharing the Love

We always look forward to our company’s mid-year meeting because it is a time for our dispersed work family to get together for some key learning and serious fun. These meetings are meant to initiate reflection on the team’s success to date, evaluation of organizational goals, and collaboration on current opportunities. We were grateful to […]

Talent That Goes Perm: Business Benefits of Contract-to-Hire

In our first “Talent That Goes Perm” post, we discussed how the market is supporting temporary workers transitioning into permanent placement and tips for making the most of this type of employment. Because it provides an opportunity to showcase skills and experience that may lead to something more long-term, it’s widely popular with job seekers. […]

Talent That Goes Perm: Temporary Workers Seeking Permanent Opportunities

The American job market is indisputably changing as the contingent workforce continues to grow. As I mentioned in my last Talent Management piece, temporary staffing is now a permanent strategy when it comes to enduring the ebb and flow of business needs and allowing companies to stay flexible with just-in-time talent. For job seekers, this […]

Contact Center Executive Forum Recap: Lessons Learned on the Multigenerational Workforce

Managing a multigenerational workplace can be difficult due to the difference in perspectives found among a more diverse staff. Last week, Hire Dynamics hosted the 2014 Contact Center Executive Forum (CCEF) for contact center managers to provide valuable industry insight on this generational gap. In order to lead thoughtfully and successfully, it’s important that managers […]

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