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Mastering Resume Review and the Strategic Value of Recruiting Firms

The ability to sift through resumes and identify the most suitable candidates is more critical than ever. For many businesses, particularly those with limited HR resources, the ability to sift through resumes and identify the most qualified candidates can be overwhelming and ineffective. This is where the expertise of recruiting firms becomes invaluable, not only […]

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Filtering The Talent Pool

Why the Trotter Workforce Hiring Pipeline is Better at Filtering Quality Candidates When it comes to hiring, the right talent can make all the difference to a company’s success. While many companies still rely on traditional hiring pipelines, the Trotter Workforce Hiring Pipeline offers a more strategic and thorough approach to deliver high-quality candidates. Here’s

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Quality Over Quantity

According to a study by the National Association of Home Builders, employing workers with advanced skills and training can increase productivity by up to 30%. According to research by McKinsey & Company, companies with a strong commitment to quality and excellence are up to four times more likely to be top financial performers. According to

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Hire or Wait? Both?

Recruiting can be tough, especially when it comes to finding the right people. When you find a potential match, you face a choice: do you hire them right away or hold off to explore other options? This decision isn’t just about staffing; it mirrors choices we make in everyday life, from reviewing a menu and

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Reading Between the Lines

Resume reviewing is becoming increasingly automated every day. However, the need for human oversight remains necessary and doesn’t seem to be fading away anytime soon. Statistics on time spent reviewing resumes over the years have shown that, on average, a reviewer spends 6-8 seconds per resume. It doesn’t seem like enough time to truly understand

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LEAVING MONEY ON THE TABLE, OR WORSE, LEAVING IT ON THE COMPETITION’S DOORSTEP

A new report from UKG shows that only 48% of companies are appropriately staffed in line with production and revenue, leaving 52% disproportionally staffed in their workforces compared to company needs. Revenue has increased at least somewhat over last year, for nearly 4 out of every 5 manufacturing companies, with 33% reporting significant revenue increases.

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