One of the first things that a talent acquisition leader looks into or needs to know is the flow of the job market in addition to the changing candidate pool. This is one of the trends followed by human resource specialists and managers. At present the unemployment rate is at a record low in the United States, which implies that the overall labor pool is smaller and that means that not only will the talent be hard to find but one is sure to face much more competition on the hands for the other businesses.
The businesses also need to deal with the influx of millennials who tend to have unique needs and desires regarding their career and their expectations from a job. According to expert opinion, millenials are always on the move because they do not tend to stay in the roles as long as expected and anticipated of them. So is it worth if they leave in two years of their on boarding? The answer lies in yet another segment i.e. technology. Top recruitment process outsourcing service providers across the United States agree that not only there is a change in the candidate database but also the implied technology. According to them there has also been a big jump in technology in the last couple of years.