About the AuthorMore Content by Alex Woodward
About the Author
Alex is a Growth Marketing Manager at Snagajob, where she works with sales to help connect businesses with the right workers. Her first hourly job was as a barista at Caribou Coffee.More Content by Alex Woodward
The rise in COVID-19 cases in some areas of the country is causing uncertainty based on geography. This wee...
The rise in COVID-19 cases in some areas of the country is causing uncertainty based on geography. This week’s infographic reflects those differences.
Find out what workers want to hear from you, from beginning to end, in the hiring process and see what’s different in the new normal.
See the top 5 things workers are looking for in a job description and learn more from our weekly worker and employer survey.
Insights from our worker and employer weekly survey taking a pulse on how they're navigating the impact of COVID-19.
Results from our weekly survey to employers and workers on how they're navigating COVID-19
As states reopen, workers and employers are figuring out a new way of working.
Weekly insights from our hourly survey to workers and employers.
See how workers and employers are navigating COVID-19.
See the latest on how workers and employers are navigating COVID-19.
We took a pulse on how workers and employers are being impacted by COVID-19, see what they had to say.
Insights from how COVID-29 is impacting both workers and employers.
In this 2019 Holiday Hiring Infographic, you’ll discover how your competition is attracting applicants, with tips to give you the upper hand this season.
Hourly hiring is all about finding the right workers and getting them to work faster.
From wages to where and when to attract top talent, here's how to find the best seasonal workers (before your competition does).
What can you do to get great seasonal hires before anyone else? Our latest Summer Hiring infographic has tips you can use for your business to help you start summer on the right foot.
Just over half of underemployed workers are actively looking for another job. These workers need more hours and they’re ready for you to recruit them.
What makes Generation Z workers different than the hourly workers who came before? Currently making up 1 in 5 of today's hourly workforce, Gen Z is ready, and very willing, to get to work.