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November 22, 2022

2023 College Recruiting Outlook

The 52nd Annual College Recruiting Outlook, released by the Collegiate Employment Research Institute (CERI) and sponsored by ROCS Grad Staffing, revealed 90 percent of employers feel the labor market for college graduates will be good in 2023.
Stuart Mease
November 2, 2022

6 Steps to Write a Job Description that Attracts Top Talent

Follow the 6 steps below to follow when writing a job description that attracts top talent!
Joanie Belo
October 4, 2022

ROCS Featured on CBS News in Winston-Salem, NC About Skills Hiring Managers are Looking For

The interview dives into the types of roles hiring managers are looking to fill and what skills are needed to be successful in those positions. You’ll get to hear a little more about the ROCS Grad Staffing process and what we look for in top recent graduates.
Brandon Labman
August 9, 2022

3 Ways to Not Lose Out on Top Talent

A quick hiring process is crucial for any business to bring in qualified candidates without losing them to other companies. With that being said, you want to make sure you do not sacrifice candidate quality in the process or the candidate’s interviewing experience. 
Joanie Belo
June 30, 2022

5 Qualities to Look For During Virtual Interviews

Here at ROCS, our team conducts over fifty interviews per week and while we miss meeting candidates in person, we quickly learned to adjust our recruitment process and conduct the ever popular, video interview.
Kathleen Pellegrino
June 7, 2022

6 Tips to Combat “The Great Resignation”

How to stay competitive in the current job market with high employee turnover if you want to retain employees or if struggling to hire new employees to grow your business. Instead of viewing The Great Resignation as something to hide from, try to look at it as an opportunity by implementing our 6 tips below. 
Brandon Labman
April 20, 2022

4 Ways to Stay Competitive When Hiring in a Tight Job Market

If you’re having a tough time hiring, take into consideration the following points to see if you can set yourself and your organization up for success when the talent market gets increasingly competitive.
Matt Herb