Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (196)

HR Is Casualty Of VA Hiring Restrictions 

Despite President Donald Trump’s decision to lift a two-month old federal hiring ban in April, hiring restrictions still remain for human resources professionals in the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

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Huge Student Loan Debt Creates Recruiting Opportunities

Forget a plum salary and vacation package. When it comes to luring and retaining talent, savvy employers may want to focus on the student loans weighing down prospective hires.

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NYC Bans Employers from Asking About Salary History

Employers in New York City will no longer be allowed to ask prospective employees about their salary history thanks to a newly passed bill introduced by New York City Public Advocate Letitia James. So reports New York Magazine.

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HR Hires' Up 5% in 4Q 2016  

While hiring in Asia in the last quarter of 2016 was a question mark, human resource professionals were in demand. So reports Human Resources.

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Jaded Job Candidates, Recruiters Vent

Job candidates and human resource recruiters desire a good experience, but each say the other needs to rethink their approach. So reports TechTarget.

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Employers Going Soft in Search for Candidates

Employers are giving greater consideration to so-called soft skills as companies face an increasing competition for talent. So reports Bloomberg BNA.

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What Are the Worst Interview/Body Language Blunders?

It takes just the first five minutes upon meeting to size up a job candidate and employers warn about five ways body language can hurt hiring prospects. So reports CareerBuilder

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Immigrant Shooting Death Focuses Attention on Foreign Workers 

A Kansas bar shooting of two Indian engineers last month has shined attention on President Donald Trump’s controversial immigration ban. But it also may foreshadow hiring struggles for U.S. companies that rely on skilled foreign workers.

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Workplace Trends That Will Gain Momentum in 2017

A more casual dress code in the workplace, emphasis on team rather than individual performance and greater reliance on technology are just a few of trends that will gain traction in 2017.

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