Category: Recruiting

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.

4 New Trends in Job Recruitment in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

More than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic upended the nature of work as we knew it, it’s no surprise that there has also been a transformation in how people are recruited and hired for work. As a cascade of layoffs in hard-hit sectors flooded the labor market with job candidates and as other fields […]

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So Your Employee Wasn’t Selected in H-1B Lottery . . . Now What?

A day after U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) completed the H-1B cap-subject lottery selection process in late March, the winners were eligible to start filing. But what if your employee wasn’t selected? Fortunately, numerous other options are available so your business can continue to employ valuable foreign national workers. Optional Practical Training Foreign national […]

The Great Hiring Crisis or the Great Rehiring?

When it comes to understanding the hiring market, it’s all about which numbers you look at and how. For example, in April, job openings in the United States hit a record 9.3 million. With so many jobs to fill, you might view that as a crisis. However, forecasting for hiring by some organizations paints a […]

Social Media Are Recruiters’ Strongest Allies When Attracting Top Talent

More companies are returning to a pre-pandemic head count, and recruiters need to look at other avenues to manage the hiring frenzy. This has created more job opportunities for top talent while removing preexisting geographic barriers. Remote work has allowed a recruiter in St. Louis to expand his or her candidate search from coast to […]

HR Works Podcast: Hispanic Recruiting Trends

Guest: Jacob Monty, Partner & Founder, Monty & Ramirez LLP and Host, Human Recursos podcast As part of the HR Daily Advisor’s Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Week. I am pleased to release this HR Works Podcast episode discussing the hiring landscape involving organizations with large Hispanic workforces. Specifically, we’ll discuss recruiting surrounding organizations with Hispanic […]

The Global Currency of Digital Passports in the Workforce

An issue I’ve returned to again and again is the skills shortage. According to ManpowerGroup, 69% of U.S. employers are struggling to fill vacancies, particularly in skilled trades, IT, sales, and marketing. At the same time, we’ve seen workers in low-skill jobs displaced at distressingly high rates in the recent wave of COVID layoffs. Many […]

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Illinois Bias Law Now Covers Criminal Convictions

Illinois employers now have yet another law to navigate. The state human rights statute now bans discrimination based on a candidate’s or employee’s criminal conviction unless the employer can show a “substantial relationship” exists between the conviction and the job or that the employment would involve an “unreasonable risk” to property or safety. Conviction Records […]

HR Works Podcast 5-Minute Friday: More Great Interview Questions

Guest: Vicki Salemi, Career Expert, Monster In this episode, learn about more great hiring questions as well as what happened to the so-called great rehiring from Monster Career Expert Vicki Salemi. Starting next Monday, June 14th, we at the HR Daily Advisor’s will be conducting our Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Week. We will be offering […]