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Maybe You Should be Recruiting Job Hoppers

Doug Horn on October 1, 2015 10:02:44 AM EDT

 Recruiting job hoppers may wind up costing employers a large sum of money due simply to their unreliability. The average cost to replace an employee is 21 percent of that employee’s yearly salary, so hiring a job hopper might wind up costing an organization much more than they would..

The Reasons Why Millennials Switch Jobs

Doug Horn on August 12, 2015 10:28:00 AM EDT

Job-hopping has experienced a tremendous spike in recent years because of Millennials, 53 percent of whom have had three or more jobs despite being new to the workforce.

Currently, 74 percent of employees are actively looking for a new job, while 69 percent say that searching for new..

The Pros and Cons of Recruiting Job Hoppers

Doug Horn on December 19, 2014 10:39:00 AM EST

We all know people who seem unable, or perhaps just unwilling, to make up their minds. Everything is a process. Where to go for dinner. What type of television to purchase. Even texts to potential love interests get painstakingly scrutinized.

When this happens in the world of business,..