The recruiting landscape is dynamic. It changes constantly, and it’s downright competitive given the improved economy and low unemployment rates. To keep up with the current trends that are driving the way top companies recruit and hire talent, it’s important to ask questions so you can adapt your strategy to attract qualified applicants.
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Recruiting is changing at a rapid pace. Some organizations are abandoning traditional methods for social media; some think software can do a better job than people. Download this free summary report to see how your recruiting practices compare against other companies.
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An employer will pay $100,000 to settle allegations that it rescinded a job offer from an applicant after learning she was pregnant, telling her in writing that it needed “to have somebody in the position long term.”
The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) is the law that is responsible for the immigration enforcement activities we have today. The general intent of the law was to increase the penalties for being in the United States illegally—in particular if the illegal immigrant committed any crime.
For HR and hiring managers, finding new employees rarely goes beyond the traditional résumé and interview process. However, sometimes the best candidate for the job doesn’t know the opportunity exists.
New York City’s mayor signed a law last week that will prohibit employers from asking about a job applicant’s salary history.
Now that spring is officially here, college students all over the U.S. are getting their caps and gowns prepared for graduation. But what’s the outlook for them finding a job when school’s done?
There are a few situations in which an employer may have to pay individuals for time spent interviewing for a job. The factors to consider vary among jurisdictions but a federal appeals court recently made one thing clear in a lawsuit involving a 3-day interview: the length of the interview likely is irrelevant.
It’s that time again, when employers are considering hiring minors for the summer—in camps, restaurants, resorts, swimming pools, and anywhere else business picks up in the warm weather months. There are strict laws pertaining to hiring minors.
In the midst of ongoing debate around immigration, U.S. employers plan to reach beyond borders to help fill U.S. jobs. According to a new CareerBuilder survey, a third of employers (33%) say they plan to hire immigrant workers in 2017, with 16% planning to do so in the second quarter.
Regularly-scheduled follow-up background checks can help protect employees, customers, and company assets, a new survey finds. HireRight, a provider of global employment background checks, drug and health screening, and electronic Form I-9 and E-Verify solutions, has released findings from its 10th Annual HireRight Employment Screening Benchmark Survey. HireRight’s report explores key issues, trends, and underlying […]