Media Staffing Network Blog

News and opinion from the Media Staffing Network team.

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 ›

Off Hours Business Etiquette

We are living in a world of instant gratification. We are inundated with email, texts, instant messaging, Instagram, and numerous other communication platforms. For many, work is a 24/7 lifestyle and for others, it is M-F 8-5. What is right?

There is no right answer. But there are boundaries that can be set. When accepting the … Read More ›

Don’t be so Quick to Eliminate Senior Job Seekers

Unemployment is at an all-time low. People aren’t aging as they have in the past, they are active, smart and still hungry. They have many skills that younger workers need to learn and have the drive and interest to learn from younger workers. Mature sellers often have years of contacts and they usually have strong … 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 ›

Have You Been Ghosted?

It’s a new term in talent acquisition, but it’s an old practice. However, it is becoming a more widespread challenge.

Not sure what I am talking about? Ghosting is a term describing those job seekers who don’t show for appointments or for those who have accepted your position and then don’t show up the first day. … Read More ›