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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Aug, 17th 2017

When an Overqualified Candidate Could Cause Problems

When you’re trying to find entry-level employees who are qualified to fill a position, it’s not unlikely that you’ll run into overqualified candidates. One Accenture report revealed that about 51 percent of millennials were underemployed in 2016. It’s important to hire the right candidate, especially considering replacement costs, which can be equal to 30 to 50 […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Company Culture posted: Aug, 10th 2017

A Diverse Workforce: A Win-Win for Your Business

Including the achievement of a diverse workforce among your key business objectives is about more than advancing the cause of justice or opening the doors of opportunity to underrepresented populations. Recent studies from the Harvard Business School, Glassdoor and the Labor Department indicate that a diverse workforce will make your business more innovative, more creative, […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Announcements posted: Aug, 7th 2017

How to Increase Brand Visibility at Target Universities Through OneStop’s Enhanced Job Posts

OneStop’s team, comprised of experts in recruiting, has always emphasized the importance of building and managing your employer brand to ensure that you’re attracting the appropriate audience in the competition for talent acquisition.  Our Enhanced Job Post provides recruiters with branding opportunities that take students beyond the job description and introduce them to your company […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Aug, 4th 2017

Employer Branding in Job Postings is Critical – Here’s Why

Times are changing, and so are the priorities of potential employees. In fact, millennials now fill more than 50 million roles in the workforce, and they are more interested in company culture than previous generations. In order to find quality candidates, especially entry-level employees and recent graduates, you need to put your brand front and […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Jul, 28th 2017

How to Identify Growth Potential During the Recruiting Process

Employee turnover costs your business money. Experts from top companies like Deloitte put the average cost of losing an employee somewhere between “tens of thousands of dollars to one-and-a-half to two times that of the employee’s annual salary.” Those costs can be attributed to hiring and training a replacement, lost productivity and lowered company morale. […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Jul, 24th 2017

Are Jargon-Filled Job Postings Sabotaging Your Recruiting?

A quick glance at the postings on any popular job board shows a theme. Nearly every position requires one or more of the following skills and abilities, all of which are pretty general and difficult for a job-seeker to look at and determine whether he or she actually possesses them. Some examples include: Self-starter Flexibility […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Jul, 18th 2017

Why Hiring Recent Graduates is Good for Business

It’s tempting to put “years of experience” requirements in your job postings, even if you want to hire entry-level employees. Recruiters have an easier time gauging how experienced candidates will perform on the job, and managers appreciate new hires that don’t need quite as much training. However, there are significant and frequently overlooked benefits to […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Jul, 12th 2017

Your Guide to Recruiting Job Candidates on Snapchat

Companies like McDonald’s and J.P. Morgan are embracing Snapchat as a platform for digitally-forward hiring approaches. With its ability to exchange videos, messages and pictures, you can capture the personality of job candidates while simultaneously reaching a digitally-savvy audience. But is it right for your company, and if so, how do you get started? Discover […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Recruiting Trends posted: Jul, 7th 2017

Insights for Recruiters on the Graduating Class of 2017

Now that degrees have been handed out and tassels turned, it’s time for the graduating class of 2017 to enter the workforce. What does this mean for recruiters trying to fill many of the entry-level positions these graduates are eyeing? Here’s a look at the answers to some of the top questions recruiters want to […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Employee Success posted: Jul, 5th 2017

The Benefits You Don’t Offer – But Should

Entry-level candidates are in high demand, and the tight labor market means that skilled workers are constantly being recruited – even when they appear content with their current employer. As a result, most organizations are revamping engagement strategies and taking innovative steps to attract and retain top talent. In addition to rethinking basic conditions of […]


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