As organizations continue to gear up for a mobile workforce, on-demand and self-service solutions are setting a new standard. HR departments like yours are under immense pressure to ensure employees have access to their own information.
Note: This is the last in a series of five articles from thought leader Jason Lauritsen. Called the 2017 HR Hitlist, each article outlines one practice or behavior that HR needs to eliminate in 2017 and how to do it. The articles originally appeared on the Small Improvements blog. Links to previous posts are at […]
If you have over 100 open positions as we do, you may need to be selective about which jobs to post. This is manual process and each posting takes a few minutes. Facebook has suggested that hourly or entry level jobs are most suitable.
A former engineer with the company described serial sexual harassment — which managers and HR ignored — in a blog post on Sunday.
You sometimes have to change the game to make others want to cooperate.
There’s an old saying I picked up early on in my recruiting career: “Don’t spill your candy in the lobby.”
Employers who conduct topgrading interviews assume you’re a liar and try to scare you off. Let them wallow in their cynicism — go interview with their best competitor.
Sad employees can reduce productivity as noted by Rhett Power of Wild Creations. Power listed out five symptoms of unhappy employees — part of which are; lack of friendships with doing just the required minimum — as well as how to answer in each case. As an entrepreneur, you most likely want your employees to […]
Like a lot of companies still struggle with how to provide an engaging and unique candidate experience to both active and passive candidates. For the most part, this is due to their current recruiting technology that was never designed around providing the candidate with a great experience. There’s still a company-centric focus driven by applicant […]
Here’s what Amazon, Snap, Netflix, and others can teach us about innovation in 2017.
In order to win the war for talent, one of the most pressing concerns for corporations globally, they will need to offer “best in class” workplace experiences based on the latest technology and services for employees, according to new research findings presented by CoreNet Global and ISS World Services. “As the nature of work is […]
If you regularly deal with startups as I do, you already know that most of them have a painfully weak recruiting effort. This is a huge problem because every startup needs to grow but they can’t because they face a constant shortage of skilled talent. And paradoxically the negative impact on the business gets continually […]
Humans are wired to assume we’re right, that we will win, and that we’re on top of our game.
The Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals (which you read about here) announced the selection of our first Board of Directors last week, a diverse group of practitioners and non-practitioners alike.