HR executive search agencies might be something you’ve never heard of before, but they are certainly something you will know about before long. They are consulting firms primarily based around tech hubs like Seattle, San Diego, and San Francisco, and they work with companies both new and old. They are occasionally mistaken for a job placement agency, which is a misunderstanding of what these search firms do. Job placement agencies focus on hiring employees for entry-level positions, while HR executive search agencies have a different job entirely. This article will hopefully provide a brief overview of how these agencies can help your company.
It is fair to say that today’s world is indeed a “wired world”, and cables such as cat5e cables, cat6 cables, bulk USB cables, and even 100 ft HDMI cables are making the modern world run. Yes, some devices such as smartphones and laptops can operate wirelessly, since they are meant to be used while on the go. Wireless tech is a reality, but it has not made cables obsolete. In fact, in many settings such as an office or the home, cat5e cables and others are actually preferable to wireless connections. After all, running a hundred PCs in an office on wireless connections could overload the system, and interference could be a real issue. But cat5e cables can securely plug PCs into the Internet, and fiber optic cables can transmit data very fast. USB cables, HDMI cables, cat5e cables for the Internet, and more can make nearly any electronic device run just right.
Unfortunately, issues with job retention are becoming more prominent than ever before. All throughout the United States, people are leaving their jobs on a voluntary basis. In the June of 2015 alone, for instance, it was found that more than two and a half million people left work in search of new positions. From the year prior, this marked an increase in such activity by nearly one full quarter. And in the time that has passed us by since, this issue has continued to remain prevalent – if not becoming even more so.
When you look at the millennial population alone, the problem becomes even more clear. In fact, this generation of workers has even become known as the job hopping generation. This is due to the fact that up to 60% of all millennial employees are willing to leave their current positions if offered a better one – or even if a better one is merely on the horizon. But while some people might be quick to blame such millennial workers for the problem of job retention, it is Continue reading Taking A Closer Look At Job Retention In The United States