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Trends white paper

Your approach to hourly hiring is largely driven by external factors, such as price fluctuations and new HR regulations, many of which are beyond your control. Knowing how these trends will affect your hiring approach is one of the most important best practices hourly employers can adopt. Our two-part white paper on the trends affecting hourly hiring will give you the insight you need to navigate the landscape. This month we look at trends beyond an employer’s control that will require the business to adapt in order to grow.
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Hiring trends

Check out how these employers using Snagajob are staying on top of trends affecting hourly hiring:

  • Dollar Tree
    Consumers have been shopping for bigger bargains during the economic downturn. Dollar Tree has ramped up hiring to keep up with expansion with an eye on an eventual economic rebound.
  • Concord Hospitality
    (50 locations in nine states: Applebee’s, Famous Dave’s, Holiday Inn, Village Inn)
    Growth is only great for business when it doesn’t spread the business too thin. Concord Hospitality has fully automated the hiring process to stay balanced and aligned.
  • NRD Holdings
    (36 locations in three states: Popeyes, Checkers, Rally’s, Domino’s and others)
    It’s not enough for a franchise business to be led by an award-winning executive leadership team. NRD Holdings had had to make hourly workforce quality improvements to become remarkable.

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