If you’re recruiting candidates in Europe, you have until May 25, 2018, to familiarize yourself with and prepare a strategy for tackling coming changes to GDPR — planning and implementing solutions for complying with the requirements of the regulation. Otherwise, you could face potential non-compliance issues that could come as a result of not following the requirements.
Little Rock, Arkansas, says it doesn’t want Amazon’s new headquarters — and does so in a breakup video (embedded below) telling Amazon it’s smart, sexy, rich, and has a lot going for it. “You’ll find what you’re looking for, but it’s just not us,” Little Rock says in the spot.
A federal court just sent a warning shot to bosses: the effects of pregnancy don’t end at birth.
About six months ago, I moved to Colorado from Tennessee. It was quite the whirlwind after selling the house in the time it took to fly to Ireland – a trip that had been planned much longer than moving in the first place. The trouble with my timing was that upon arriving home from a […]
I recently attended a conference devoted entirely to employee engagement. It was a well-planned event, with thoughtful presentations and meaningful insights. My colleagues were looking for ways to drive employee engagement, along with techniques to build an exceptional employee experience. My hat goes off to them; they are all striving to make work a better place […]
Note: KPIs, analytics, predictive analytics — we tend to use these terms interchangeably, but they’re not. They overlap, but progressively more skill is needed as you move along the analytics continuum. If you are thinking of a first analytics project, the best advice is to keep it simple and manageable. Once you have some experience […]
Still unpacking so much great information from the HR Technology Conference. I had a chance to sit down with the IBM Watson Team and ‘talk shop’ at HR Tech on video. There are some really good nuggets of information in here! Check it out: So, I’ll tell you I wasn’t the only one who sat […]
Imagine a situation: You’ve set up an interview on the phone with a candidate. It’s immediately obvious that you won’t be submitting this candidate due to the client’s preferred specs/job requirements—or maybe you realize they’re just not a good fit. What do you do? Do you let them off the hook quickly? Because…they’re not going to get […]
Indeed.com, the world’s biggest jobs search engine, published a training manual for recruiters to help them understand and utilize a score of tools and features available on the hiring platform. The post Indeed publishes free guide to help recruiters appeared first on AIM Group.
An opinion piece in The New York Times a few weeks ago really jolted me.
Each year, hundreds of sourcers participate in SourceCon’s annual State of Sourcing Survey. This survey helps us take a look at patterns, trends and the technology that sourcers are using throughout their day. This year, nearly 600 sourcers and sourcing leaders completed the survey.
It’s no secret that the feedback we share with others fails to bring about positive and lasting change. By some estimates, people ignore our feedback nearly 70% of the time. There are lots of reasons why – it’s not specific, too infrequent, and tinged with rater bias.
So, it’s pretty rare that we ever see anything good said about Recruiters, let alone a national ad campaign by a major HR technology company, but low and behold that’s exactly what was recently launched by Paycor – check it out: (hat tip to Ben Gotkin, ATAP Executive Director, for finding this video.) So, before […]