Remote work is becoming more and more prevalent between the rise of the gig economy and younger generations filtering into the workforce. As a recruiter, a challenge might be posed when looking to hire for these positions. Since it’s common for[…]
It’s here. Whether you like it or not (make all the jokes you want, be it boomer jokes or millennials can’t dial up a receiver quips), the Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. The year 2020 will be upon us soon with smarter cars, computers, and AI[…]
Not everyone works well in office environments, and here at Kinetix, it’s something we’ve learned to work around and adjust to. That is why we have recruiters who work from home like Sylvia Cheung. For Sylvia, the work from home aspect of Kinetix has[…]
Over the past decade, our society has been gradually adapting to mobile-first lifestyles. Most of us spend more time on our phones than we do our standalone computers. It stands to reason that when it comes to applying to jobs, it’s very convenient to[…]
Finding a job is no easy task–especially in this day and age. That is one of the reasons why more than one third of workers (or 57 million) in the United States have turned to look for work in the gig economy.
As recruiters, making strong human connections is a cornerstone to our success. In order to do our job, we must make a connection with our hiring manager, make a separate connection with our candidates, and then serve as a conduit to fuse the two[…]
Knowing where the job seekers will be in the future could be the difference between a relaxing day at the office and a tension headache waiting to happen. Although there are almost always openings in just about every field you can imagine, I’m going to[…]
The hiring season is picking back up, and that means one thing for recruiters as awesome as the ones at Kinetix: we’re landing perfect placements left and right!
In a perfect world, where would you work? What would your work set-up look like? With many companies transitioning their workers and/or workplaces to the virtual side, I’m certain many of us have pondered these questions. If you work from home, plan to[…]
Look, no one wants to be told they’re not doing a good job. I’ll take the flak right here at the top. But as the fall hiring season starts and you find that your candidates are turning out to be more like guppies than prize-winning catches (apologies for[…]