Nearly 7 in 10 Canadian hiring decision-makers agree that looking at a candidate’s social media profiles is an effective way to screen applicants, according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals.
Compared to 2019, fewer than half of Canadian hiring decision-makers (45%) expect wages to increase in 2020, according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals.
As unemployment numbers continue to drop after historic highs earlier in the year, the latest data from Express Employment Professionals shows open positions in North America have returned to pre-pandemic levels.
In a time of record unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 81% of hiring decision-makers say their company has had extended job vacancies resulting in less motivated employees, loss in revenue and lower employee morale.
A majority of Canadian hiring decision-makers (90%) prefer sick workers to stay home and take the day off in what many see as a shift in company culture regarding sick employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite record unemployment numbers in America due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are still looking for workers as revealed in a recent market analysis of the last 30 days from Express Employment Professionals.
With millions of workers sidelined by the COVID-19 pandemic, Express Employment Professionals hiring experts are preparing job seekers to stand out from the competition with our new Get Ahead: Ask a Recruiter live Q&A video series.
Express Employment Professionals franchise owner Bruce Hein in Sarnia, Ontario, notes employees who are lifelong learners, both personally and professionally, always offer the most value to organizations.
In 2019, Express Employment Professionals put 552,000 people to work, but one incredible employee stood out among the others and was recently recognized for her work ethic at the company’s annual leadership conference.
The next decade is set to kick off with near record low unemployment, leaving businesses scrambling to find skilled workers. Yet some job seekers worry it will be even harder to find employment in 2020.
While 16% of business leaders and 30% of workers say they “love the holiday season at work,” the rest report a range of seasonal stressors in a new survey released today by Express Employment Professionals.
This Veterans Day, Express Employment Professionals is saluting armed forces members with the rollout of the “Life After the Military: Career Options for Veterans” addition to the Job Genius educational video series.
To kick off National Staffing Employee Week Sept. 16 – 22, the American Staffing Association announces Express Employment Professionals employee James Michael as the 2020 National Staffing Employee of the Year Industrial Sector All-Star.
Michael was one of five nominees for Express Employment Professionals Employee of the Year award, ultimately securing the top honor and accepting the prize in person at the International Leadership Conference (ILC).
Express Employment Professionals capped off a momentous year by once again nabbing the No. 1 staffing franchise distinction on Entrepreneur Magazine’s 40th annual Franchise 500® list and is among the top 100 companies.