3 Things You Must Do in Q3

Man-working-seasonal-jobThis is part two of our “Seasonal Hiring” blog series. Part one discusses the benefits of using a staffing company to help meet seasonal staffing needs. It’s no secret that recruiting should be a year-round effort. But carefully planning your recruiting and hiring efforts in Q3 can […]Read article

Savannah Graybill, Adecco Group NA CEO for One Month

Savannah-GraybillSavannah is a graduate from American University (2010) with a degree in broadcast journalism. After graduation, she followed her dream, trying out for the U.S. Bobsled team in Lake Placid, NY. She later switched to Skeleton, a fast winter sliding sport in […]Read article

One Hiring Tool You’ll Never Use Again

iStock_000003850499LargeWord on the street is that there’s an algorithm that can detect whether a candidate is likely to succeed as a help desk employee. The idea is simple—using voice pattern recognition, the algorithm can predict whether an interviewee will succeed in commanding your telephone […]Read article

Part II: What Baby Boomers Can Learn from Millennials

A recent Huffington Post article carried this provocative headline: “Millennials Work Better.” The article went on to make the case for why Millennials have a range of strengths that make them well-suited for the workplace. It also served up a refreshing break […]Read article

Part I: What Millennials Can Learn from Baby Boomers

A recent Huffington Post article carried this provocative headline: “Millennials Work Better.” The article went on to make the case for why millennials have a range of strengths that make them well-suited for the workplace. It also served up a refreshing break […]Read article
stylish man in the street in the city

Adecco’s CEO on Recruiting Generation Z

stylish man in the street in the cityFor years now, employers have been touting engaged workplace cultures, flexible schedules, transparent salaries and solid corporate social responsibility initiatives in their efforts to attract Millennial talent. Recent research shows that these tactics – while successful for Millennials – may fall short […]Read article