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Pay transparency in job postings is responsible and equitable
Including salaries in job postings is a simple step that benefits both the hiring director and the job seeker.
Aquent named one of America’s Best Recruiting and Staffing Firms, and Best Temp Staffing Firms for 2023
Forbes and research firm Statista surveyed over 5,200 external recruiters, HR or hiring managers, and job seekers for the list.
Aquent’s 2022 Future of Work report reflects a desire for more freedom in where and how we work
Employers should build the internal support and culture that draws and retains top talent—no matter their lifestyle or location.
Aquent Talent President, Rohshann Pilla, shares how talent can stay ahead in the changing workforce
Three tips on how to remain competitive in the job market, excel in a career, and manage layoff anxiety.
Aquent RoboHead unveils patent-pending technology that drives innovation and accessibility in 3D file editing
Global work solutions firm reveals cutting-edge tool within project management platform that will innovate workflow and promote cross-team collaboration.
Aquent recognized for offering health insurance benefits to part-time workers
Health insurance benefits are a valuable perk that not many part-time workers get.
How to unplug and make the most of your time off this year
Five tips to help you disconnect and stress less, knowing that your workplace can handle a few days without you.
Aquent Founder and CEO, John Chuang, named to Staffing 100 North America for 2023
Global research and advisory firm, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), recognizes staffing leaders shaping the future of work.
How employers and employees can prepare for success in the metaverse
As the modern workplace shifts, successful companies will embrace changes brought about by the metaverse.
Despite some cooling, labor market remains surprisingly resilient
Employers in certain markets and industries are still hiring top talent for key roles.
The gender pay gap for marketing, creative, and design talent is closing
The pay gap between men and women shrank to 2.7% in 2022, according to Aquent’s 2023 Salary Guide.