TPI Staffing Blog

Industry Tricks & Tips for any Employer

May 17th, 2018

Trust me, our team at TPI Staffing understands your hiring challenges! Throughout the recruiting week our Recruiting and Operations Teams brainstorm new ideas to help deliver our clients' top talent. Check out a few we are putting into practice.

Industry Tips-1

 

Competitive Pay Rates

Have you looked at your pay rates recently? There's a big chance they aren't keeping up with the market. Ask us for our free opinion on pay ranges. The low unemployment rate has begun to drive up market pay rates and increase the demand for talent. Thus, the current hiring landscape has created strong competition for talent and it's not going away anytime soon. Check out the local pay rates in your area on www1.salary.com

Hiring Events 

Hiring events can draw a crowd. Who says hiring events or job fairs have to be a drag? Make it FUN with music and energy, social media sharing can be a big plus so make a hashtag for your event and watch it go VIRAL. Hire a videographer to shoot some b-roll of the event to use for future company events and marketing material to capture the success and culture of your company.

Sign On Bonuses

Sign on bonuses are on the RISE, categories in high demand are needing extra incentive. Skilled labor jobs like Machinists roles are extremely competitive in the current labor market. If you're wanting to attract top performers and beat your competition, try issuing sign on bonuses this hiring season. You can put a disclaimer or timeframe to it, so they don't have to be paid out immediately if the employee doesn't stay.

Social Media 

Utilizing social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram are FREE resources that candidates love to follow. Keep your content current and engaging and candidates will stay accessible to your company when you need them. Have you looked at yours lately? Utilize hashtags to sort relevant content and for easy tracking. 

 

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