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According to a 2017 employment screening benchmark report, a staggering 85 percent of companies surveyed said that they uncovered a lie or misrepresentation on a candidate’s resume or job application during the screening process. Another recent survey indicates that 80% of Americans agree that the U.S. is facing a skills gap. New advancements in technology […] continue reading this post


Brandy Burbridge Brandy Burbridge, Emplicity’s Director of recruiting, recently earned top honors, earning LinkedIn’s Certified Recruiter status. The certification verifies her skills at identifying and engaging talent, building a talent pipeline, posting jobs, and maximizing efficiency using LinkedIn Recruiter. Becoming a certified recruiter requires the candidate to be an active recruiter using the LinkedIn Recruiter module, demonstrate […] continue reading this post


infographic It’s a job seeker’s market right now, as employers compete to entice skilled workers to their organizations. If recent trends continue at their current rate, California faces a shortage of almost a million college educated workers by 2025. State and federal policymakers have increased their focus on boosting educational opportunities with programs designed to expand […] continue reading this post


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics currently lists 785 recognized occupations, and two-thirds of those occupations are considered male-dominated. But many of the typically male-dominated jobs; like Sales Managers, Risk Assessment and Management, Financial Analysts, Marketing Managers, and even Software Developers, have seen a significant increase in the number of women joining the ranks. A […] continue reading this post


Pay equality is a hot button issue, and one by one, more state and city governments are beginning to discuss legislation on salary history bans in an attempt to address the issue. Currently, three states and four cities have enacted a ban, with more on their heels. Proponents of these bans claim that pay inequality […] continue reading this post