Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn The average time to hire from start to finish of the interview process for employers in the United States was 23.8 days in the first half of 2017 – up nearly a full day when compared to the average time to hire of 22.9 days in 2014 – and …Continue reading "Study Finds Average Time to Hire for U.S. Employers Grew to 23.8 Days"
Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn Employers around the world are facing the largest talent shortage since the recession as 40 percent of global employers have experienced difficulties filling jobs – the highest level since 41 percent in 2007 – according to the 2016-2017 Talent Shortage Survey from ManpowerGroup.Continue reading "Employers Report Highest Global Talent Shortage Since 2007"
Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn A safe hiring expert believes that the “need for speed” in the hiring process “unfortunately can often run contrary to the need for accuracy and due diligence” in the background checks of job applicants, according to the article ‘Push to Reduce Time-to-Hire May Impede Background Check …Continue reading "Need for Speed in Hiring Process May Compromise Background Checks"
Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn The average time needed to hire workers to fill vacant job openings in the United States jumped to a record high of 29 days in July 2015, up from 26.8 days in June 2015, according to the DHI-DFH Mean Vacancy Duration Measure. The report quantifies the average …Continue reading "Average Time To Hire Workers Jumps to Record 29 Days"