The Recruiting Daily Advisor was just at the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition in Chicago where we covered a session titled “Two Decades, Four Tech Revolutions and Billions of Dollars Later—Why Is Hiring Still So Hard?”
We recently conducted a survey on talent and performance management. The topic of talent and performance management has become critical in the last few years, and we sought to answer some of the most important questions facing these issues.
Yesterday we explored some of the results of BLR’s 2015 Holiday Survey. Today, more from the same survey. Deck the Halls If their holiday decorations are within reason, 69.9% of survey participants allow employees to display them. Another 20.4% allow employees to display whatever they want. Display of nonreligious decorations is allowed by 5.7%, and […]
Our HR Metrics Survey, conducted in April 2015, sought to find out how metrics are being employed in the field of human resources. Everyone knows that the C-suite loves to see hard data—which HR arenas (and what aspects of them) are the most measured? How are metrics used to gauge recruiting success? What metrics were […]
Online recruiting sounds easy, but it’s also easy to spin your wheels. In today’s Advisor, expert Chris Peterson offers practical tips for defying the odds and getting great results.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we related how leaders are becoming more engaged with employees by getting involved in training. Today, we examine the results of a recent survey on the top 10 coaching topics for various levels of leaders in the workplace. Results of a survey, “Coaching for the 21st Century,” by Korn Ferry of over […]
Professional development is one of the greatest keys to retaining talent—so it’s important to be in the know for best practices! Read on to see how our survey participants are dealing with training and development.
These applicants may have some gaps in their résumés, but their skill sets, interpersonal and management skills, versatility, and ability to multitask are awesome. Who could they be?
In yesterday’s Advisor, we presented results from our 2015 Perks and Insurance Survey. Today, more findings from the study, including what’s being offered for insurance among employers and how costs are being contained.
Benefits can make your company look more attractive to recruits program, not to mention increase the value of your compensation package. However, costs are always a factor. Read on to see the results of our Perks and Insurance Survey—and see how your practices stack up to what’s happening out there.