Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (188)

Rising Inflation Creates Another Headache for HR Recruitment, Retention  

Human resources teams can add rising inflation to their existing concerns around recruiting and retaining talent.


How to Keep Your Chief Diversity Officer from Leaving

Hiring a chief diversity officer is a great first step for companies seeking to tap a wide array of talent, but there are other steps employers should take to foster an inclusive workplace. So reports Human Resource Executive.


HR Applicant Vetting Systems Fail U.S. Military Vets  

Tracking systems used by human resources that vet job candidates’ applications are proving an obstacle for U.S. military veterans searching for civilian jobs. So reports Human Resource Executive.


HR, Managers Struggling with Great Resignation Fallout  

The COVID-19 pandemic sparked an unprecedented exodus of employees, but the so-called Great Resignation also revealed managers’ failures in fostering a more resilient workforce.


HR Upping Its Role As Talent Management Leader

Human resources departments should be the go-to leaders when it comes to companies’ talent management processes and there are ways they can ensure that their voices are heard. So reports Forbes.


Pandemic Gives Employees Leverage with Bosses Starving for Workers

From telling their bosses they want to work remotely to flat-out quitting their jobs, employees are exercising their leverage to demand a workplace that better suits their lifestyle.


Microsoft Touts Progress on Black Managers/Execs, Still Struggles With Latinx

Microsoft is making gains in boosting its ranks of Black managers and executives, but notes that it’s not seeing the same level of progress with Latinx employees. So reports Bloomberg.


IBM CHRO Shares How Firm Develops, Evolves Its Global Workforce

Last year during the pandemic, IBM hired 30,000 new employees and stayed focused on shoring up four pillars that define its culture: growth, innovation, inclusivity and feedback. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Some CEOs Say It’s Time to Look Past Degrees When Hiring  

A number of CEOs say that possessing a four-year college degree should not be the determining factor for filling millions of jobs. So reports The Wall Street Journal.


Pandemic Fuels Interest In 'Head Of Remote Work' Role

The COVID-19 pandemic that forced companies to require staff to work from home also may lead to more employers looking to create a new human resources role focused on remote work.


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