Tag: hiring process

AI in Recruitment: Harnessing Technology for Efficient Hiring

While the traditional recruiting process can take up to six weeks, Builtin.com reveals that today’s top candidates are snapped up in 10 days. By necessity, hiring managers are turning to AI systems to streamline their hiring process and enhance candidate selection. Leverage AI Technology to Simplify Job Posting Manually tracking job postings, updating them, and […]

Why One CEO Emphasizes Hiring More Efficiently And For Cultural Fit

For Phil Wright, CEO of Memorial Regional Hospital South, attacking labor shortages begins before you even get a potential worker through your doors. Finding ways to recruit and retain staff is a priority for leaders of hospitals and health systems across the country dealing with workforce challenges. However, one part of recruiting that Wright believes […]

How Much Does a Bad Hire Actually Cost? Why Talent Professionals Must Know

There are numerous estimates concerning the actual cost of a bad hire. These estimates range from 3 months’ salary to 3 times the annual salary of the position. While generic estimates provide a starting point, they only go so far. To truly showcase the value of the talent acquisition department—and to illustrate how much it […]

Form I-9 Policy: Employers Using E-Verify Allowed to Continue Remote Verification

On July 21, 2023, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that beginning on August 1, employers who use E-Verify and are in good standing will have the option to review employees’ identity and employment authorization documents (EAD) via live video call rather than in person. Employers who aren’t using E-Verify may wish to […]

Revamping the Interview Process Means Prioritizing Candidates for Success

Today’s labor market has been trending positive, with 339,000 jobs added in May, but coming out of the pandemic, employees are reevaluating their priorities and seeking more fulfillment in their professional and personal lives. In a Greenhouse survey of 1,500 employees last year, nearly half of all respondents reported rejecting job offers after negative interview […]

What Employers Should Know About Drafting PERM Notice of Filing

The most common pathway for an employer to hire a foreign worker on a permanent basis is to sponsor the employee for a Green Card. The first step in the sponsorship process is obtaining a permanent labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The labor certification is obtained by filing an application through the […]

Is Your Business Ready for EEOC’s Scrutiny of AI Hiring Technology?

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruiting and hiring process has seen increased popularity in recent years. As businesses seek to lower hiring costs and reduce potential discrimination claims, many have turned to AI as an efficient solution for handling functions such as locating talent, screening applicants, performing skills-based tests, and even administering […]

Why You Don’t Need to Sift Through Résumés Any Longer

The hiring process has long been tedious and time-consuming. Finding the right employees for your business meant plenty of work for your HR department. This procedure is not only time-consuming but also costly. The nature of recruitment and hiring is starting to shift, though. With advancements in AI and automation, much of the tedium that […]

Reasonable Accommodations in Job Interviews

Question Are we required to provide American Sign Language (ASL) or English-language interpreters for candidates in job interviews? If so, who pays? Answer Not necessarily, but you are required to reasonably accommodate candidates with disabilities, including candidates who are deaf. Reasonable accommodations can include sign language interpreters but can also include written materials produced in […]

Avoiding Candidate Fraud in the Hiring Process

Technology and remote work have changed the opportunities for cheating in the hiring funnel—we’ve all heard horror stories of the wrong person showing up on day 1 after the person’s camera stayed off for the interview process. But these are exceptions to the rule. Most often, candidates are acting in good faith, trying to secure […]