Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (184)

Marriott Int'l Directs HR to Hire More Women

Marriott International has directed its human resources heads in India to up the percentage of women in management. So reports The Economic Times


Are Efforts to Give Ex-Cons A Fair Shot at Work Working?

Many ex-convicts who pay their debt society find second chances are elusive when looking for work. But, are efforts to move the needle on this issue working?


Wendy’s 'Blended' Approach to Recruitment

Fast food giant Wendy’s is competing for talent with a “blended staffing strategy” to tap in-house and external recruiting talent. So reports Hunt Scanlon


Talent Gap Challenges HR Pros, While ‘Disruption’ Becomes the Norm

The rapidly changing corporate landscape has forced HR pros to take a long, hard look at industry best practices and the role human resources will play in businesses, organizations and governments.


How Facebook Attracts, Retains Talent

Facebook employees report high job satisfaction at 96% clip.  So reports Seeking Alpha.  


Tech Job Seekers Offer Tips on What to Ask Employers

Prospective employees of tech startups offered some advice on what questions to ask employers when interviewing. So reports Motto.


Perks Only Part of the Hiring Puzzle

The path to success almost always starts with attracting and retaining top-notch talent, but finding the right balance of salary, perks, benefits and workplace experiences requires a delicate touch.


Engaging Resume Can Quell Employer Concerns of Runaway Millennials

Millennials seeking meaning from their work have a tendency to hop around from job to job, and one way to combat employers viewing them as flight risks is to craft an engaging resume that effectively communicates their potential value to a company. So reports Fortune.


Do Your Salary Negotiation Homework

A genuine and transparent line of communication between employees and managers will lead to more productive salary negotiations. So reports Money.


When a Hiring Manager 'Ghosts' a Candidate

When candidates come enticingly close to getting an offer and have jumped through all kinds of hoops (multiple interviews, writing tests, take-home assignments, salary discussions), only to have the interviewer seem to drop off the face of the earth, it can make for a hard landing for applicants who were expecting an offer any day. So reports Forbes.


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