Media Staffing Network Blog

News and opinion from the Media Staffing Network team.

Tips to Help You Build an Effective Recruitment Plan

A famous person once said, “Good things come to those who wait.” Well, not when it comes to recruitment! Those who don’t have a recruitment strategy in place will end up hurting their companies in the long run.  A recent study conducted by Bountyjobs.com shows that over 10,000 Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) will hit … Read More ›

Media Staffing Network Launching 0 to 3 Talent Bank

The new service is called “0 to 3 Talent Bank” and focuses on entry-level jobseekers. It serves those with less than three years’ professional experience, such as recent graduates and those who have work experience outside the media industry. MSN is now accepting resumes for entry-level positions in media sales, production, on-air talent, engineering, IT, and … Read More ›

Getting Your Ideal Candidate May Cost More Than You Think

What you paid last year is probably not going to be what it will cost you today or tomorrow. There is a big war for qualified talent going on and to get what you want, you will pay more. We often get calls from Human Resources or Market Managers wanting to hire a new sales … Read More ›

Better Positioning of Your Open Positions

Do you post jobs and wonder why you don’t get the ‘right’ candidates responding? Perhaps it’s time to review your message.

With low unemployment and high competition to hire, it is important to sell your opportunity to potential job seekers. If you are promoting that you are “hiring sellers–if you have a strong work ethic, want … Read More ›

Attracting A Younger Workforce

Article on Radio Ink

Recently I was asked what radio can do to attract the younger workforce. Most companies are still grappling with how to attract and manage millennials, and now we are starting to learn more about the Gen Z generation — those born after 1995.

There are a few broadcasters who have done an … Read More ›