Overall 2014 holiday hiring levels are expected to exceed last year’s. Snagajob surveyed over 1,009 U.S. employers to learn more about their holiday hiring process. Discover their hiring strategies including how much they are willing to pay employees per hour and tools being used to help find the right people.
It’s hard to define a generation, but “Millennials” is the popular term for those who were born between 1980 and 2000. It’s clear that this burgeoning generation has preferences and behaviors different than their predecessors—especially when it comes to jobs.
After surveying 250 employers from the retail, hospitality and food service industries for our latest Summer Hiring Report, we collected enough data to provide job seekers with some great tips for finding work this season.
Find out what fellow employers say the best applicants will bring to the table this summer.
With minimum wage making maximum waves in the news these days, we thought it was time to get the lowdown on perceptions (and misconceptions) about minimum wage. So we surveyed active job seekers and employers to find out their attitudes regarding the topic.
When employers have open positions, do they try to promote from within first before recruiting outside the company? When an employee wants to leave, do employers try to keep that employee by promising various perks? Download our employer survey results to find out.