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The Post-Pandemic Talent Shortage and How to Close the Jobs Gap

June 14, 2021 in Hiring

 

Across the U.S., businesses of all sizes in numerous industries are reporting increasing difficulty finding qualified workers to fill their open jobs. Some have blamed unemployment policies put into place during the pandemic for the talent shortage, but the reality is the lack of workers isn’t a new problem. Even pre-pandemic, there were more open […]

 

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4 Ways to Ace Your Next Remote Interview and Land the Job

May 11, 2021 in Hiring

 

Are you looking for new job opportunities or planning to make a career move? Well, now is a great time to get in on the job search action. According to recent data from ZipRecruiter, the number of job vacancies was up to nearly 15 million in March, almost five million more than the pre-pandemic peak. […]

 

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KORE1 Expands SoCal Team with Executive Recruiter Carly Christensen

May 10, 2021 in Hiring

 

KORE1 is pleased to announce the latest addition to the KORE1 team in San Diego County, Carly Christensen, who joins KORE1 as Executive Recruiter.  “We are excited to welcome Carly to the KORE1 team,” said Daniel Nadruz, Managing Vice President at KORE1’s Irvine headquarters. “Carly brings years of staffing industry experience and knowledge of the […]

 

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5 Steps to Writing the Perfect Resume

July 29, 2020 in Candidates, Hiring

 

Let me guess, it’s been a while since you updated your resume, right? It can be hard to know what you should include in your resume, what to leave off, and how to lay out the information in a way that best shares your story with potential employers. Lucky for you, that’s where KORE1 can […]

 

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The COVID Effect: How the Job Market Has Changed and What It Means for Your Business

July 14, 2020 in Uncategorized

 

You’ve probably seen the numbers. In April alone the American economy lost 20.5 million jobs. That’s the largest month-over-month increase in unemployment since 1948 following the end of World War II. While some industries have been especially impacted and forced to lay off employees (leisure and hospitality, entertainment and recreation, and retail, to name a […]

 

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Why Recruitment Process Outsourcing is Right for COVID-19 and Beyond

April 29, 2020 in COVID-19, Hiring

 

When surveyed about COVID-19, many of the top CFOs in the U.S. and Mexico expressed concern about their 2020 revenues and profitability. Most recognized the coming months would require them to streamline their supply chain, solutions, workforce, and operations to remain in the black. Yet there was an additional risk: if they cut too aggressively […]

 

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An Employee’s Perspective: Should You Be a Contractor or Full Time Employee?

February 26, 2020 in Candidates

 

When most professionals are ready to change their employment situation, their employment classification isn’t their primary concern. However, while wages and potential projects are better daydream fodder, the type of employment you choose now influences your technical skill maturity, professional growth, and career satisfaction in the future. So which employment option is best for you? […]

 

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The Impact That California’s New Assembly Bill Will Have on Your Business

January 28, 2020 in Hiring

 

As of January 1st, California companies that employ independent contractors will be required to reclassify them as employees, a landmark change that’s already posing challenges for many organizations. Where legal employment requirements were relatively vague before, now they are straightforward, necessitating a stricter standard of proof from companies. This extension of employee classification status to […]

 

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The Hiring & Salary Guide to Get Ahead of the 2020 Landscape

November 18, 2019 in Information Technology, IT Hiring, IT Salary

 

In an employment market where candidates have the upper hand, there’s no such thing as being too prepared. A number of things could happen in the coming year: unemployment may continue to fall, technological advancements could widen the already-extensive national skills gap, an economic downturn might even turn the entire workforce on its head – […]

 

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The 3-Step Guide for Preparing Your Business for an Economic Downturn

September 16, 2019 in Hiring

 

Nearly 75% of economists believe the nation will be in recession by the year 2021. Almost more confounding than that is the fact that, while 80% of business owners fear an economic downturn, a mere 44% have done anything to prepare. Even then, an astounding 36% shared that they have no intention to make any […]

 

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