Whether you’re building a university recruitment strategy, fulfilling veteran or diversity hiring initiatives, or writing job descriptions, here are a few ways you can use education data in talent acquisition. How-to videos included.
When looking at compensation data, it’s important to account for cost of living. We looked at 10 popular job titles in the U.S. to see how much they pay—taking into account cost of living and buying power in 15 major metros.
Insperity’s analytics and reporting manager Kimberly Russell works with a wide variety of clients. She knew she needed trustworthy data as diverse as the clients she serves—and she needed it all in one place. Emsi’s Talent Analyst tool was the perfect fit.
John Whitaker, VP of talent acquisition at DentalOne Partners, knows better than anyone how competitive the dental industry is right now. So when he started recruiting for dental hygienist positions in Denver, he knew he’d need credible data. Learn how John used Emsi’s talent analytics and compensation data to fill 75% of his open positions.
Emsi is proud to announce its newest innovation, Emsi Global. This new global labor supply tool is still in development. To get a sneak peek, sign up for our webinar at 2 p.m. EST on January 17.
If your company has diversity initiatives, you should consider using labor market data to help you focus your recruiting efforts on already diverse markets. Learn more in the final part of our Market Research for Talent series.