Tag: résumés

gimmicks

Do Applicant Gimmicks Sway Your Hiring Decisions?

HR Daily Advisor is no stranger to unusual interviews and wacky jobseeker tactics; you can find proof here, here, here, and here. As the war for talent rages on and unemployment continues to be in record lows, jobseekers want to stand out as top candidates and are trying new tricks to get their résumés to […]

hiring

Hiring Hourly Workers Ahead of the Holiday Rush

I hate to be “that guy,” but the holiday season is quickly approaching. Have you hired your temporary staff yet? I know, I know, Halloween is less than a month away, and the kids just went back to school, but if you aren’t prepared for the holiday rush now, you may be putting your company […]

identify

How to Identify Candidates Interested in Growth and Development

It’s rare for a company to find the “perfect” fit for an open position. Even employees with excellent education and experience might not be experts in the industry, lack alignment with the company’s core values and mission, or have underdeveloped soft skills. Now imagine these potential gaps spreading through the entire organization.

technology

5 Ways to Use AI for Recruiting

Believe it or not, with the ever-increasing need for human intelligence in human capital management in the modern-day workforce, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more necessary for HR departments and recruiters.

Attracting, Hiring, and Training Minors for Seasonal Work

When we talk about the workforce, it’s easy to assume we mean adults. However, over 1.5 million teens are currently working in the United States. Many of those teens are minors (aged 13 to 18 years old) and they prefer seasonal work because it works well with their school schedules and other commitments.

Hiring Tips for Small Businesses

Even though small businesses make up 99.9% of all businesses in the United States, they only employ 47.8% of all U.S. employees. And sometimes they can’t land top talent when competing against larger enterprises that have more resources and much larger recruiting budgets.