How to Interpret the Macroeconomic Labor Market Impacts on Hiring

As we approach 2024, are you navigating the complex landscape of the US labor market and assessing its impact on your hiring capabilities and recruiting budget? The macroeconomic situation of US hiring plays a pivotal role in the success of your hiring efforts, but so does your own business infrastructure. Understanding this dynamic is crucial for your recruiting team’s bottom line.

In the last three years, recruiters and HR professionals have encountered upswings, talent shortages, layoffs, and rapidly changing priorities. Staying ahead requires a deep understanding of macroeconomic trends and their impact on your hiring strategies.

This engaging and insightful webinar will provide you with:

  • A Comprehensive Overview: Gain a clear and concise breakdown of the current macroeconomic situation in the United States, including employment trends, the impact of inflation, wage growth, and why there are at least two distinct employment markets.
  • Expert Insights: Discover trends to prepare for, metrics to track, and data to gather to ready your business for 2024 and beyond.
  • Strategic Planning: Learn how to identify opportunities to shift budget focus toward high-impact solutions and where to concentrate on positive and negative outcomes of your recruiting efforts (and how that can lead to more budget).
  • Cost-Saving Tips: Receive easy, proven cost-saving measures and strategies to maximize your recruiting budget, even in challenging times.

Fill out to watch our one-hour webinar featuring Alex Murphy, CEO, and Leah Daniels, Chief Commercial Officer at JobSync.

Alex Murphy
CEO & Founder, JobSync

Alex has been an entrepreneur in the recruiting space for the last twenty years having founded or co-founded multiple businesses including, WorkHarmony, A3 Staffing, Epic59, and oPub Media. In addition to founding companies, Alex previously worked with Beyond, now Nexxt, as their SVP of Business Development and Candidate Acquisition, growing the business to over 60 million users.

Alex currently and has previously advised a number of businesses and organizations including TAtech, Jobiqo, FounderCorps, and CaddieNow.

If he weren’t working, Alex would spend as much time as possible skiing through the trees on the steepest mountains he can find.

Alex resides in Virginia just outside of Washington DC with his wife Kerry and three children.

Leah Daniels
Chief Commercial Officer, JobSync

Leah’s experience in the Talent Acquisition space spans the recruiting funnel from top to bottom. Most recently, Leah was an executive with the programmatic job ad platform Appcast, where she originally began as the VP of Business Development and Alliances and ultimately became the GM of SaaS operations where she oversaw strategy and key software growth.

Prior to joining Appcast, Leah was the Director of Product Strategy at Monster in the Software Solutions group. Earlier in her career, Leah also held the position of Director of Global Alliances and Business Development with Bullhorn.

Leah is a Boston University Alum where she graduated with a degree in Psychology and Sociology. Leah’s position as a leader in the industry began with several positions she held at ZoomInfo working with large enterprises seeking hard to find talent and later was granted a patent on detecting early behavior of candidates in social media.

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