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Corner Office Q&A: Kevin Phillips

Kevin Phillips is Chairman, CEO and President at defense contracting firm ManTech International, Monster’s 2021 winner for Best Employers for Veterans. Here, he talks with Monster about ManTech’s veteran hiring strategy, why veterans are such an important part of the workforce, and the hiring and recruiting challenges that are facing companies in a post-COVID-19 world. […]

How to Hire a Web Designer: 5 Steps

Consumer spending habits are shifting to ecommerce—fast. As a result, the demand for web designers is high and likely to remain so, with an expected growth rate of 13 percent for the profession, much faster than the anticipated rate of growth for the job market overall. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hyper-local brick-and-mortar retailer, […]

Offering Mental Health Days to Your Employees

Coping with mental health issues like anxiety or stress is a common problem we all face in our lives, some more than others. One major contributor to mental health issues is workplace stress which often leads to employee anxiety and burnout. As businesses look for ways to ease the stress on their employees, many are […]

How to Build a Talent Pipeline in 5 Steps

If your recruiting efforts are solely focused on finding the right fit for each new job opening as it becomes available, then it’s almost guaranteed that you’re letting top talent slip through your grasp. You need to develop a talent pipeline. Waiting until an employee leaves before beginning your recruitment efforts—reactive hiring—is expensive, time-consuming, and […]

What are Social Skills? 5 Examples in the Workplace

Your business will be more successful if your team members have strong social skills, often referred to as interpersonal or “people” skills. People with these key attributes are better at collaborating with coworkers, customers, and clients, which typically leads to higher quality work and increased sales for your business. As you’re making hiring and promotion […]

Corner Office Q&A: Joanie Bily

Joanie Bily is the president of RemX, which provides professional clerical staffing and jobs, as well as being chief workforce analyst at Employbridge, RemX’s parent company. With decades of experience in various roles in the employment and staffing industry, she understands the challenges facing the jobs market and what might be necessary to close the […]

Why You Should Recruit Internally

When you have a high-priority job opening that you need to fill quickly, it’s helpful to recruit internally before evaluating a large pool of external candidates. One of your team members might have the skills, experience, and desire to take on a new challenge at your company. One of the main advantages of internal recruiting […]

Is a Temp-to-Hire Workforce Strategy Right for Your Company?

There are many benefits of implementing a temp-to-hire workforce strategy at your company. One of the most impactful is the ability to fill roles quickly and have time to evaluate the worker’s skills and experience before offering them a permanent position. This guide will help you determine if it’s a good strategy for your business. […]

Employer Vaccine Mandates: What You Need to Know

With about 35% of working-age Americans not fully vaccinated, health concerns are growing within the workforce amid the spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19. In a sweeping attempt to contain this latest surge and get workers back into the office, President Joe Biden recently announced a vaccine mandate for employers of large companies, as […]

Paid Parental Leave Policy Best Practices

Although there is high demand for parental leave options, only about 21 percent of U.S. private sector employees had access to paid parental leave in 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The United States doesn’t have a national paid parental leave policy for private businesses. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) […]