Over the last two years, we have seen a pressing need emerge again and again. The need for rapid access to flexible contract staff with real expertise is a big opportunity for our clients to gain a competitive advantage. Especially in the marketing, product, UX, data and digital functions. And from now on it is the core focus of our recruitment services business. We call this our panel of interim managers. Let me break down what we mean and how we…ByEdward
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Last week my colleague Katie made a compelling case for why you should have a personal website as a contract hunter or permanent job hunter in 2016. So, if you find yourself in this situation what are the best platforms you can use to build your online profile or portfolio? There are light to heavy solutions out there and we go through our top five below. That should be plenty to get you started. Also, there are industry specific platforms that help as an additional way to promote your own employee brand, we cover those off at the end of the article as well.ByEdward
Welcome to the RattleBerry RoundUp! This is a weekly series where we select a trending topic and round up the latest and greatest articles to keep you up to date. We hope you enjoy it! Let us know either way on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. This week we are taking on the topic of the future of recruiting. This is what RattleBerry is all about. As the corporate world undergoes digital transformation, something to realize is that there will not only be changes in the way companies do business but also in the way companies attract and hire talent. The recruiting industry along with HR departments the world over are being rocked by the shift to digital. Everything from the way a candidate applies for a job to the way an employee is defined is shifting, and it feels as though we are on the brink of a revolution. Just as in commerce where all the power has shifted to the customer, to stay relevant in recruiting (especially for tech) we must realize that all the power has shifted to the candidate.
Business vector designed by Freepik Microsoft has nearly two-thirds as many contractors as full-time employees. Even the simplest business structures, sole proprietorships, have increased their use of contract workers nearly two-fold since 2003. - Tad Milbourne for Tech Crunch Contracting is seemingly the way of the future as many companies are currently incorporating it into their hiring strategies and only projecting more demand for contract positions. Here at RattleBerry, we get consistent requests from our clients for contractors, and are seeing steady growth in this area. More and more individuals are being drawn to this type of employment due to its attractive perks. Who wouldn't like to have more control over their work, avoid office politics, consistently work on new projects and, best of all, make more money?ByKatie