Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (184)

Could Computer Algorithms Be the 'Next Gen' Hiring Managers?

Move over smart phones and make way for “smart hiring.” At least, that’s one take-away from a recent paper issued by the National Bureau of Economic Research. So reports Government Executive.


Two Takes on Workplace Discrimination: One Stateside, One Across the Pond

Some eye-opening research recently issued by Rutgers and Syracuse universities finds that, even in the relatively enlightened, politically correct years of the Millennium, employers still have a tendency to discriminate against disabled job applicants. So reports Fast Company


How Job Candidates Should Prepare for Common Interview Questions

As much as the recruiting process has changed, certain practices endure. Among them are more-or-less standard interview questions. So reports the Huffington Post.


Important Steps for Luring Quality Job Seekers

A recent survey of 200+ job seekers conducted by the HR consulting firm ManpowerGroup had some interesting findings for employers. So reports Forbes.


Your Guide to the Shifting Landscape of HR Outsourcing

Each company approaches the challenges of recruitment, retention, hiring, and payroll services through the lens of their particular circumstances. For some companies, financial realities and a lack of appropriately skilled personnel contribute to the utilization of outsourcing with respect to Human Resources management.


Execs Struggle to Fill Openings: AICPA Survey

Despite softer hiring approaches, business executives are having a hard time finding qualified candidates, according to an American Institute of CPAs survey.


The Growing Marketing Push for Talent

Not everyone is in agreement about the state of the U.S. economy seven years after the onset of the Great Recession. But it continues to show signs of improving as time goes on – as does the labor market.


A High-Profile HR Manager’s Unique Approach to Interviewing

As a senior vice president for Apple Retail, Angela Ahrendts interviews many potential candidates to fill high-level, or “mission-critical,” positions.


Job Boards Now Feature HR SaaS Platforms

Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms are not a new tool in HR operations. However, some on-line job boards, such as CareerBuilder, Monster.com, Beyond.com and Snagajob, are including SaaS tools and services to expand the scope of offerings and their revenue bases. So reports Tech Target.


Many Workers Ready to Jump Ship, But Have Regrets Later On

A number of studies have been done about employees changing jobs, with some of the reasons – and regrets – for leaving rather eye-opening. So reports Forbes.


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