Hiring new talent is often based on need, but some firms say that firms should act even if there is no immediate opening if a great candidate is available. So reports Entrepreneur.
Most prospective hires avoid asking for more money when offered a job even as employers looking to hiring them are open to negotiating. So reports NewsOK.
A Washington state company fired its human resources director after learning that the director mocked the English of a Vietnamese man who had applied for a job. So reports KIRO 7.
The millennial generation has been slammed as lazy and entitled, but that is an unfair critique. So writes Forbes contributing writer Kaytie Zimmerman.
Hackathons, well known in the IT sector as a quick way to create change by joining different groups to work on a project, is coming to human resources. So reports Forbes.
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