We may think they are relegated to the realm of the teenage and the tween. We may deny using them ourselves. But the fact is that emoji—cartoon representations of emotions—have become commonplace in our digital world. “Seventy-one percent of Americans use visual expressions such as emojis, stickers or GIFs when texting or using mobile messaging […]
The spotlight on workplace sexual harassment since fall 2017 has led to high-profile resignations, terminations, and lawsuits. And while the revelations and consequences have prompted ongoing, national conversations about appropriate behavior, only 32% of working Americans said that their employer has taken new steps to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace, according to […]
Yesterday we began to explore some of the myths surrounding background checks in the world of recruiting. Today we present more of those myths from the perspective of the employer.
When it comes to background checks, a lot of people make a lot of assumptions—both on the hiring and applying sides. A study from CareerBuilder® debunks the most common of these myths.
These are the main takeaways from a new CareerBuilder survey, which finds nearly three in four employers, 74 percent, have been affected by a bad hire and the average cost of one bad hire is $14,900.
Are more workers feeling stressed, disengaged or disillusioned with their jobs? Or are they simply trying to juggle the various aspects of their busy lives?
Recruiters and hiring managers, take note. It is increasingly likely that a job candidate will have a tattoo, or even more than one.
Living paycheck to paycheck to make ends meet is a way of life for a majority of U.S. workers. And minimum wage workers aren’t the only ones struggling financially.
A new survey from human capital solutions provider CareerBuilder confirms what past surveys have shown: Negative press impacts hiring.
In yesterday’s Advisor we took a look at a study done by CareerBuilder concerning what lengths candidates will go to in order to get noticed. Today we’ll see a few more examples along with some suggestions on how to handle them.