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#RedBranchWeekly: Important Hiring Trends You Need to Be Aware Of

With January just about over, the year 2020 is well underway. While one-twelfth of the year is technically gone, the rest of the year is still young. What better time than now to discuss hiring trends in 2020? 

Of course, we did discuss how to improve your recruitment process a couple of weeks back. Now, we’re looking ahead to help you stay prepared for new hiring challenges that await in 2020. Whether it’s AI, employees from times past, or just improving your hiring plan, these are trends that you shouldn’t ignore.

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Our partners at IQTalent Partners, ThinkHR, and Caliper Corp have the skinny on these critical trends and how to best prepare for them. After hearing from each, you’ll be ready to face the hiring challenges that 2020 will offer.

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IQTalent Partners: 5 Secrets To Recruiting AI Talent And Stomping On Your Competition

Recruiting AI talent

AI implementation is becoming more popular as time goes on, especially when it comes to the hiring process. Some early adopters of AI-powered recruiting have reported a decrease in 23 hours per hire. If you aren’t utilizing the benefits of AI throughout your hiring process, it’s something you should take advantage of now.

But since the field of AI is still relatively new, the recruiting process for someone well-versed in AI can be tricky. Fortunately, IQTalent Partners has a few secrets that will allow you to get ahead of the ball on the AI trend. Read their article to learn how.

With #AI on the rise, you need someone who can get your firm ahead of the curve. Where do you begin? @IQTalent has the tips and tricks for you in this week’s #RedBranchWeekly! Learn how here. Click To Tweet

ThinkHR: 5 Reasons to Rehire Former Employees

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Former employees, or “boomerang employees,” are becoming more and more common on how organizations hire talent. A survey conducted by Workplace Trends shows that 76% of HR professionals say they’re more likely to hire boomerang employees now than in the past.  

Where does your firm stand with this? While a lot of professionals think it’s a great idea, some still don’t. If your company happens to be of the latter opinion, ThinkHR has something you need to read. Give it a look, and see just why rehiring former employees could be the key to the success of your business. (While you’re at it, here’s another resource about keeping your employees happy).

Hiring former #employees is becoming more popular than ever. The competitive advantages gained from this could be big for your organization. Learn more from @RealThinkHR and other companies in this week’s #RedBranchWeekly. Click To Tweet

Caliper Corp: How to Build a Better Hiring Plan

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Developing a hiring plan is vital for ensuring you have the right talent needed to meet your goals. What are the steps to building one? If you already have one, how can you improve it?

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Caliper’s latest article has the information you’ll need to build or improve your hiring plan. Sure, job boards and staffing agencies are strategies worth considering, but they only account for 35% of total applicants. What can you do to change that? Discover all this information and more on Caliper’s new blog.

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