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  • Common Misconceptions HR Has About Independent Contractors

    The “gig economy," which refers to the large group of individuals who choose to work as independent agents, has been growing rapidly since the mid-2000s. Actually, it’s exploding. According to a 2023 Fiverr survey of 2,000 US workers, “73% said they will either start freelancing or continue freelancing in 2023”. Here are some more amazing statistics to note:

  • Hiring College Graduates for 2023 | What Employers Need to Know

    Recruitment professionals are eagerly gearing up for graduation season, a time when companies can hire some of the top college graduates who will be heading into new careers. Employers must act fast if they want to reel in the freshest talent. With current labor shortages in a holding pattern so far this year, it’s beneficial for organizations to understand what 2023 college graduates want. That way, recruitment efforts can be fruitful. 

  • Beyond Ridiculous: Job Searchers Reveal the Worst Interview Questions They've Faced

    No one is actually thrilled about the prospect of interviewing candidates. No one. However, interviewing candidates is meant to provide valuable insight, making the hiring process more productive - that is, if you use strategic interviewing techniques and avoid getting caught up in the fad of using ridiculous interview questions to throw people off their game. 

  • Is There a Slow Decline of the Labor Market and Wage Growth?

    BLS data from January 2023 to March 2023 states that,

  • How to Create a Job-Winning Restaurant Manager Resume

    You can manage customer needs, take on administrative responsibilities, and effectively lead your staff. But can you write a job-winning resume? If you’re a restaurant manager looking for a new job, grab your pen and paper as we reveal the secrets to writing a convincing restaurant manager resume.   

  • How to Write a Property Manager Resume

    Property management experts have a variety of responsibilities, such as ensuring the safety and durability of commercial and residential buildings. During recruitment for such a position, recruiters assess your skills first-hand. This begins with how well you organize and tailor your property management resume. In other words, they can't afford to bring you onboard if your resume does not impress them.