Advice employers

Hiring new team members is one of your most important duties as a manager. It’s also one of the trickiest. How many times have you had a position go unstaffed because you couldn’t find the right fit? Or you found the right fit but lost the candidate to a different company? There are no shortcuts to employee recruitment, but you can get better at it. Get the tips and resources you need to improve your recruitment efforts and land the talent your business needs to succeed.

Good corporate culture starts with good leaders

Recruitment of executive leaders is the most pressing challenge for companies today. Fabrice Coudray, managing director at Robert Half’s executive search practice, explores why finding the right people at the top can make or break the fortunes of teams, companies, and cultures.

These are the main recruitment questions since the coronavirus crisis

We don't need to tell you that job applications look completely different these days. In many companies, digital job interviews have become the norm. But the questions asked during the job interview have also evolved since corona. We list a few pertinent questions.

How to manage people in a hybrid working model

Due to the corona crisis, working from home has been the norm for several months. The road to a hybrid working model, where part of the team works at home and part at the office, seems to have begun. But how do you manage such a team? What are the pitfalls? And how do you keep employee engagement high?

From IQ to EQ to AQ: What makes AQ so important

Today's labor market is characterized by change in many areas. Recruiters therefore attach more and more importance to the adaptability of employees. This has been shown by a Belgian survey conducted by Robert Half. IQ still comes first, but AQ or adaptability is definitely on the rise and scores even higher than emotional intelligence or EQ. But why has it become so important?