Ghosting is So 2019 -- Make Way for Paperclipping
Love is in the air! And as the dating scene goes, so go recruiting trends. So what is in store for those who have weathered ghosting?
Q2 Global Employment Report Now Available
The newly released Global Employment - 2Q 2019 report from Orion Novotus and HRO Today Magazine reveals a global economy that is expected to expand, but less than previous years. The report is designed to provide global labor market intelligence employers can use to inform critical decisions.
Mission Critical: Veterans in the Data Center Industry
Ninety percent of all data stored on servers today within data centers has been created in the last few years. As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the data center industry is one of the fastest growing in America today. According to the report Data Centers: Global Industry Outlook & Forecast 2018-2023, “the increasing focus in the adoption of advanced technologies such as cloud-based services and IoT will augment the growth of the global data center market.” This growth is well illustrated in Virginia, where Loudon County Economic Development reports planned projects to add 4.5 million square feet of new data center flooring to its nearly 13.5 million square feet currently in operation.
Orion Talent Appoints Three New Members to Board of Directors
Orion Talent, a provider of skilled talent acquisition, recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), and military hiring to businesses nationwide, has announced the appointment of three talent management experts to its board of directors. The new board members bring an outstanding history of industry expertise and leadership to Orion and will help guide the organization’s continued growth as a global, full-service enterprise talent management and recruiting firm.
Recession-Proofing for the Recruiting Industry
If you listen to the news at all, you have undoubtedly heard the dreaded R-word being used. There is much debate about whether the US economy is, in fact, entering a recession or if it is all talk. The fact remains, however, that there are increasing predictions that we will enter one by 2021. According to the National Association for Business Economics August 2019 Economic Policy Survey, respondents anticipating a recession will begin in 2021 has increased from 25% in February to 34% in August.
Orion Talent and NWRA Partner to Connect Veterans with Careers in the Waste and Recycling Industry
Orion Talent is excited to announce our partnership with the National Waste and Recycling Association (NWRA). Through this collaboration, NWRA association members will have direct access to military veteran job seekers, as well as accredited training programs.
Four Tips for Recruiters Facing a Potential Recession
In his most recent article for Recruiting Daily, Mike Starich, CEO of Orion Talent, examines the prospect of a recession within the next year and what that means for the recruiting industry. The article, “Recruiters Preparing for the Recession of 2020,” explores how recruiters can be part of the solution rather part of the problem, by providing four ways to prepare in advance.
HRO Today and Orion Novotus Release Global Employment - 1Q 2019 Report
Earlier this month, HRO Today Magazine and Orion Novotus released the Global Employment - 1Q 2019 report, designed to provide global labor market intelligence employers can use to inform critical decisions around the best countries and regions in which to grow.
USA Today Explores the Improved Veteran Labor Market
USA Today recently took notice of the excellent veterans unemployment news released for last month. In his article, “Veterans returning to civilian life find a more welcoming labor market,” writer Russ Wiles follows one veteran job seeker's career search and shares advice from Orion CEO, Mike Starich.
Now is the Time to Hire Veterans - Veteran Unemployment Rate at Near Record Low
The U.S. Department of Labor BLS just released October’s unemployment numbers, and the news is great for our nation’s veterans just in time for Veterans Day. In October, the veteran unemployment rate was 2.9%, as compared to the non-veteran unemployment rate of 3.5%. Overall unemployment was unchanged at 3.7%.
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