Many companies have made diversity and inclusion a bigger focus of their recruitment efforts, but well-intentioned actions can backfire. So reports Fast Company.
While winning over millennial talent is top of mind for many human resource departments, a tight job market is increasingly drawing interest to candidates over 50.
With Women's History Month here, one Utah city has gone beyond proclamations and niceties to ensure its female employees are paid on par with men.
Nearly 75% of companies admit to making bad hires and it is costing them an average of $14,900 per failed hire, a recent survey by CareerBuilder reveals.
Most human resources departments are failing at retaining good employees in three crucial positions. So reports Harvard Business Review (HBR).
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