A survey by CareerBuilder shows that there might be some serious gaps between your organization’s recruiting needs and your candidates.
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Today we are going to look at the results of a recent CareerBuilder survey surrounding the most unusual interview mistakes.
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?
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.
As recruiter, you’ve probably seen your fair share of unusual methods from candidates. Today we’ll look at a list of what some have tried and how you might handle them.
Before posting pictures of your late-night revelry or complaints about your job on social media, think again—70% of employers use social media to screen candidates before hiring, up significantly from 60% last year and 11% in 2006.
Human resource managers are already seeing evidence of artificial intelligence (AI) becoming a regular part of HR, as common functions become fully or partially automated. So finds a recent survey from CareerBuilder, a provider of human capital solutions.
It sure seems that way. According to a recent CareerBuilder® survey, 38% of employers have raised their educational requirements over the past 5 years, compared to 32% last year.