Employers

Robert Half Ranked No. 1 Professional Recruiting, Temporary Staffing And Executive Recruiting Firm By Forbes

Global talent solutions and business consulting firm Robert Half (NYSE: RHI) has once again ranked first on Forbes' list of America's Best Professional Recruiting Firms and America's Best Temporary Staffing Firms. Robert Half also took the top spot on the annual ranking of America's Best Executive Recruiting Firms. This is the first time any company has placed first in all three categories.

Robert Half Named To FORTUNE's "Most Admired Companies" List For 25th Consecutive Year

Global talent solutions and business consulting firm Robert Half (NYSE: RHI) has been named to the FORTUNE "World's Most Admired Companies®" list and is the only staffing firm included for 2022. Robert Half is one of very few companies selected as a "Most Admired Company" for 25 consecutive years — and is the only in its industry to achieve this distinction.

Employee retention strategies

As a hiring manager, if employee engagement and retention aren’t on your priority list yet - they should be. The jobs market has changed, and many employers are finding that they no longer hold all the cards when it comes to retaining staff in today’s fast paced environment. Employees no longer prioritise holding a tenure with their current company over seeking a job elsewhere that better suits their lifestyle and career aspirations.

Why recruiting in December can give you a competitive edge?

It’s December, work is winding down and the work Christmas parties are in full swing. Conventional wisdom is that it’s also a quiet month for recruitment. But the reality is actually very different. The job market in fact heats up significantly.

Women in technology – why aren't there more?

Whilst recent research indicates that women are turning away from IT careers, studies still show that diversity equals success in this sector. So how can employers reverse this trend of women in technology?

5 ways to negotiate a pay rise with your staff

When it comes to salary negotiations, often employers are unaware of the employee's thoughts toward their pay until they receive a knock on the office door. To be better prepared, here are five tips on how employers can address an employee’s pay rise request.