The Broadstaff Blog

Carrie Charles named Business Woman of the Year in Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Business Journal has named 27 honorees for the 2019 BusinessWoman of the Year awards. In addition, TBBJ named a Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and the winner of the Angie Joseph Excellence in Mentorship Award, recognizing a woman who has helped...

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Broadstaff ranked #15 fastest growing company in Tampa Bay

How would you describe what your company does to a friend or family member who may not know? At Broadstaff, our mission is simple: help companies find great people and help people find great jobs. Broadstaff is staffing firm that specializes in tech and telecom...

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Hiring Trend for 2019: Candidate Experience

The greatest shift in the recruiting paradigm for 2019: The Candidate Experience. According to one of the latest studies by the MRI Network, 2019 is about to be characterized by more service-based recruiting methods. By placing significant focus on the more personable...

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Creating a Culture of Diversity and Inclusion

In a 2017 study on Global Human Capital Trends by Deloitte Ltd., results indicated that over two-thirds of executives rate diversity and inclusion as an important issue – up 59% since 2014. The terms diversity and inclusion are often used interchangeably, yet only the...

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The Stigma of the Unemployed

Do you need to have a job to get a job? A survey of more than 4000 job seekers and 129 hiring managers revealed that employed candidates have a better chance of getting hired than unemployed candidates. 80% of those surveyed believed that passive job seekers become...

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Time is Your Enemy in Recruiting

When it comes to recruiting, time is the enemy. With the unemployment rate at 3.8%, why are companies still moving soooooo slooooooooow? Time-to-hire is at an all-time high of 42 days. According to a Glassdoor survey, it takes US companies 23.8 days to complete their...

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BroadStaff: How We Stay On Top Of Our Game

Sometimes, when a client wants us to find a new hire for them, they ask, “How do you know who is looking for a new job?” It often comes as a surprise when we say it isn’t the people who are looking for a new job we need to find, but the people who aren’t. The ones we...

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