It’s becoming more and more important for hiring managers and learning and development (L&D) professionals to develop a more diverse workforce and workplace right now.
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Today we are pleased to present an excerpt from Dan Schawbel’s book, Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connections in the Age of Isolation. With recruiting technology rapidly replacing in-person interviews, hiring managers are beginning to miss something very important: the personality of the candidate. Without further ado, here is that excerpt:
New research shows that recruiters are facing hiring challenges with an array of strategies, rather than relying on just one technique.
With the unemployment rate at historic lows, companies are often finding themselves struggling to fill key positions with qualified talent, and they have implemented a number of strategies to help fill the void.
Recent research by CareerCast has identified the best college undergraduate majors that come with the best job prospects. Hiring managers might want to know what the future workforce is focusing on.
When it comes to job interviews, candidates are savvier than ever. They’ve reviewed the job description closely and know to use keywords. They’ve read reviews from other applicants on Glassdoor, and they’ve studied up on interview strategies. So, how do you separate those who have prepared well from those who will truly be the best […]
Here’s an understatement for you: Today’s workforce is not what it used to be. In just the last few decades, employers have seen dizzying change brought on by advances in technology and shifting workforce demographics. Among the most significant factors altering the employment landscape: an aging workforce.
A recent study found that the public sector and the private sector have very different methods of recruiting.
Any executive or hiring professional, particularly in tech, knows that recruiting and retaining diverse talent is one of the biggest challenges in the industry.
There exists an idea that those who are born of certain generations share similar traits. However, such broad-strokes appraisals of individuals from specific generations is a great way to miss out on a great candidate.