Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (205)

Salary Transparency on HR Radar Following New NYC, CA Laws  

New laws from New York City and California are heightening attention for employers and human resources teams on pay transparency and promotion of job listings.


Two-Fifths of Bank Employees Stay Put For 10+ Years  

An Arkansas-headquartered bank has built up a loyal following of employees with more than 40% choosing to stay there for more than 10 years. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Higher Pay for New Workers Causing Headaches for HR  

In offering new recruits a higher starting salary to address a labor shortfall, employers are contending with existing employees who are peeved that they are not getting a sufficient raise. So reports Human Resource Executive.


New Recruits Could Be Just a Swipe Away

A technology platform has rolled out a search engine that it touts as being able to seamlessly connect employers and recruits, similar to how people meet on dating apps. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Indeed’s HR Head Gears Up for Global Hire Spree

The new human resources leader of global online job platform Indeed is preparing for a major hiring spree over the next fiscal year. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Research Institutions Tackle Recruitment, Retention Challenges

Research institutions that were already running lean before the COVID-19 pandemic are contending with recruitment and retention challenges that have hurt their operations. So reports JD Supra.


Employers More Open to Applicants with Criminal Records

The dearth of workers has prompted more and more employers to search out talent pools they may have avoided in the past.


How HR Can Get Ahead of Layoffs Amid Inflation, Recession Fears

As human resources leaders deal with potential layoffs ahead of weakening economies, the smart ones are taking concrete steps now to ensure they keep their best talent. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Employers’ Push for Workers to Return to the Office Gets Heated  

Elon Musk grabbed headlines when he recently gave his employees an ultimatum that they return to the office for a minimum of 40 hours per week or lose their jobs. 


Older Workers Increasingly Joining Great Resignation

The COVID-19 pandemic spurred the Great Resignation with droves of young Americans ditching their jobs, but older workers who make more money are quitting in greater numbers now.


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