As a recruiting, hiring manager, or HR professional, you’ve probably encountered a few lies on candidates’ job applications or résumés, but how widespread is this issue?
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The way you recruit talent in 2020 will need to change if you want to stand out among your competition. It starts with HR and IT departments collaborating to digitize the application process. As we know, most jobseekers have turned to their mobile devices to search and apply for jobs, and if your application process […]
We talk a lot about what skills or traits your workers need in order to help your organization succeed, but what about the people that lead these workers? A good or bad manager can make or break your team’s success, so what should you be looking for when hiring and developing your managers?
Whether you’re in the C-suite or an entry-level role, knowing how to ask great questions improves your creative thinking and demonstrates your listening and comprehension skills. It also shows that you are engaged and eager to learn, says Barbara Davidson—a Senior Content Writer and financial guru for NetCredit.
The candidate experience has become top of mind for all talent acquisition professionals. Creating a memorable and positive experience is great for your employer brand, but a negative experience will have candidates heading for the hills.
On June 13, 2019, the Trump administration finalized a new rule that allows employers to start offering health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) as soon as January 1, 2020, to employees who enroll in individual health coverage. Formerly, most HRAs had to be “integrated” with group coverage to comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The phrase “gig economy” has become a critical part of the HR conversation. Whether it’s HR professionals looking to expand rapidly by outsourcing projects or startups relying entirely on outside workers, the gig economy is here to stay. But how well do you really understand it? Knowing its origins might help you see where this […]
Whether an employee dies suddenly or succumbs to a long battle with illness, the result is the same: A tremendous feeling of loss and sadness for his or her coworkers and a need for the business to go on.
Albert Einstein once said: “We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” While we all can’t share Einstein’s level of brilliance, we can work to help eliminate problems by developing the proper skills to solve them.
Employer branding has become a hot topic in the recruiting and HR world. An “employer brand” describes an employer’s reputation as a place to work, and its employee value proposition, as opposed to the more general corporate brand reputation and value proposition it presents to its customers.