Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (184)

HR Director Fired After Mocking Job Applicant’s English

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.


Millennials Get Bum Rap as Lazy, Entitled

The millennial generation has been slammed as lazy and entitled, but that is an unfair critique. So writes Forbes contributing writer Kaytie Zimmerman.


HR Welcomes Hackathons

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.


Tougher Vetting Process Leads to Higher Teen Unemployment

Employers are tapping more into online personality tests to vet potential teenage workers and that is leading to higher unemployment rates for this group. So reports MarketWatch.


Retailers Cautious Over Holiday Hiring

Human resources teams at retail outlets are once again buckling down for a hectic time as the holiday season hits full steam.


Three-quarters of HR Managers Spot Fibs on Resumes

Lying on resumes has become prevalent as 75% of human resources managers reported spotting fibs on resumes. So reports CareerBuilder.


Employers Tapping Social Media To Scope Out Prospects Reaches New High

Social media can be fun, but it’s serious business for 70% of employers who use it to screen prospects before hiring them. So reports CareerBuilder


Recruiting Firm Deploys Film Crew to Showcase Workplace

Kathryn Minshew cofounded The Muse, a recruiting site, in 2011 with the goal of helping companies attract millennials. But, her strategy is unorthodox. So reports Entrepreneur


Job Prospects Saying No to Firms with Bad Rep

More than 70% of U.S. job prospects would forgo applying to a company that had its reputation trashed, according to a recent survey. So reports CareerBuilder.


Women-Focused Job Site Helps Recruits Scope Out Companies 

Women-focused job discussion websites seek to arm recruits with information they may not learn from the interview process. So reports CNN Money.


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