background preloader

2015 - Tendências R&S

Facebook Twitter

Várias fontes de tendências para o mercado de recrutamento e seleção de 2015.

Algumas fontes de 2014 também foram incluídas como baliza.

As carreiras mais bem pagas nos EUA (que não exigem diploma) São Paulo - É comum associar bons salários a carreiras que exigem pelo menos um diploma de graduação.

As carreiras mais bem pagas nos EUA (que não exigem diploma)

Mas nem sempre é assim. Nos Estados Unidos, profissionais que têm nível técnico ou médio chegam a ganhar até 10 mil dólares por mês. É o caso dos controladores de tráfego aéreo. Ocupações ligadas a saúde, energia, radioatividade e mecânica estão entre as mais bem remuneradas entre aquelas que dispensam nível superior completo. Algumas se destacam pela alta oferta de postos de trabalho: mais de 1 milhão de vagas para técnicos de enfermagem deverão ser criadas nos Estados Unidos até 2020, segundo o BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics). A seguir, navegue pelos slides para ver as profissões que oferecem os maiores salários para técnicos, tecnólogos e profissionais com nível médio. Tópicos: Carreira e Salários, Carreira, Estados Unidos, Países ricos, Graduação, Oportunidades profissionais, Profissões. Opinião: Mistura de Tinder e LinkedIn seria boa forma de contratar - 20/10/2014 - Mercado. Somos péssimos quanto o assunto é contratar.

Opinião: Mistura de Tinder e LinkedIn seria boa forma de contratar - 20/10/2014 - Mercado

No fundo, todos sabemos que isso é verdade, mas precisamos fingir que não é porque gastamos muito dinheiro e dedicamos muito tempo a isso, e porque é importante obter o resultado certo. Mas na realidade jamais sabemos se as pessoas que selecionamos serão boas –às vezes elas provam ser excelentes, às vezes são péssimas, e em geral ficam em algum ponto entre esses dois extremos. A pessoa que mais recentemente apontou para a estupidez da nossa forma de contratar foi Laszlo Bock, do Google, que na semana passada escreveu um post no LinkedIn afirmando que currículos são perda de tempo.

Randstadprofessionals.com. SourceIn São Paulo: O Poder da Mídia de Recrutamento para Consultorias. Demand for Tech Pros and Engineers Continues to Grow - Recruiting Trends. Although demand for skills and tech investments are up, more than half (52 percent) of U.S. companies are still experiencing a technology skills shortage.

Demand for Tech Pros and Engineers Continues to Grow - Recruiting Trends

In 2015 it is expected that more than half of all U.S. companies will hire technology professionals and for the third year in a row, the proportion of tech professionals employed on a full-time, permanent basis has risen to 70 percent, according to the third annual Harvey Nash Technology Survey: Disruptors & Disrupted - the New Tech Flux. U.S. technology professionals are very optimistic: almost half (48 percent) changed jobs this past year, 20 percent more than in 2013.

Almost 8 in 10 people (78 percent) chose work-life balance as the number one reason for leaving their job for another. Salary ranks fourth on the list. Despite the undisputed acceleration of technology investments, innovation remains an ever-changing and unclear goal. Also of interest to recruiters: Big Data, Cloud and Google Skilled Engineers “In the Driver’s Seat”

Recrutamento de "passivos" Toptentrends 2015 final. 2014 12latin10trendspt 141201071606 conversion gate02. The Top 25 Recruiting Trends, Problems, and Opportunities for 2014, Part 1 of 2. Even if you work in a corporate recruiting function with low resources or minimal expectations for change, every recruiter still has a professional obligation to maintain their awareness of the latest trends and predictions.

The Top 25 Recruiting Trends, Problems, and Opportunities for 2014, Part 1 of 2

I have grouped 25 predictions of the leading corporate recruiting trends for 2014 into four separate sections. Part 1 includes two sections that cover 14 new opportunities and continuing current trends. Part 2 (to be published next week) includes the final two sections, which cover 11 remaining trends that cover new challenges and areas that will continue to diminish in importance. The Top 25 Recruiting Trends, Problems and Opportunities for 2014, Part 2 of 2. If you are looking for a comprehensive list of the corporate recruiting trends and predictions for 2014, this two-part article covers the top 25 most likely trends.

The Top 25 Recruiting Trends, Problems and Opportunities for 2014, Part 2 of 2

Part 1 included the first 14 trends that covered new recruiting opportunities and continuing recruiting trends. In this Part 2 of the series, I cover the 11 remaining trends, including recruiting challenges/problems that corporate recruiting will likely encounter during 2014 and some recruiting areas that will likely continue to diminish in importance. I have also included a separate section covering eight developing areas that have yet to peak. Recruiting trends global linkedin 2015. The Global Trends That Will Shape Recruiting In 2015. Today we released the 2015 edition of our Global Recruiting Trends Report and we are excited to share the results.

The Global Trends That Will Shape Recruiting In 2015

The report covers 31 countries and is based on the responses of over 4000 recruiting leaders. We have been running this survey for four years now, and it’s been fascinating to see how the world of recruiting has evolved. The most noticeable changes have come across in the way recruiters are resourced, where they find quality hires, and how they promote their talent brand. Take a look at the infographic below to see the trends that will shape the way you work in 2015: In 2015, recruiting leaders will have higher budgets and even higher hiring volumes. It could be a sign of the global economy heating up or recruiting getting more respect and priority as a function within companies. Because of this increased competition, recruiting leaders come up with a long-strategy for winning over talent and arm themselves with the latest talent pool data.