Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) is no longer about filling a quota. Today, D&I is recognized as a key way to boost profits and increase innovation. It simply makes business sense.
What do Lexus and Papa Johns have in common? They’re using cutting-edge marketing tactics that most of the talent-acquisition world isn’t using but should be.
Amid a collapsing stock price and the search for a new CEO, DHI Group Inc. (DHX), the company that operates tech job board Dice and other niche job sites, continues to be in the news. This time, the drama centers around a lawsuit with an old nemesis and the sale of one of its job […]
Sexual harassment awareness is having something of a “moment” right now. If you are not carefully analyzing your organization’s policies, protocols, and procedures regarding sexual harassment in the workplace, you may not be paying enough attention to this issue. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as well as other federal and state laws, impose […]
Reminiscing about my childhood led me to remember playing Monopoly with my family when we gathered together for holidays. As a child, it was just a board game, and I was always excited to play with those awesome tokens, especially my favorite, the Scottish Terrier.
Natural disasters leave visible signs of devastation everywhere: destroyed homes, flooded roads, damaged infrastructure, broken families and fractured communities. This has been especially evident in the impact of recent mega-storms like hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as with the wildfires that raged throughout the West Coast.
Ahh, Thanksgiving. Food. Wine. Football. And that whole ‘reasons to be thankful thing’ that my family drops on everyone when it’s time to finally eat. Good times.
This is the seventh post in a series of posts on how you can combine tools to create sourcing magic.
Note: This “think piece” is designed to stimulate the thinking of board members and executives about the need for a corporate program for predicting where sexual harassment is likely to occur
You’ve likely seen the headlines: “Seven out of eight employees are disengaged and unlikely to be making positive contributions to the workplace.”
Steve was particularly excited about the October Cincinnati HR Roundtable because the topic was trying to take a look at how companies can get company values off of plaques on a wall and into the hearts of employees. To get everyone ready to discuss the topic, we started with these three starter questions:
An Australian university has launched a gaming platform to help match graduates with employers, by providing recruiters with a snapshot of a graduate’s employability traits. The post Uni launches gaming platform to help graduates find work appeared first on AIM Group.
And here I thought we’d be able to make it to the weekend without another above-the-fold allegation of sexual harassment.
As the U.S. Supreme Court rules on several labor and employment cases over the next several months, employers and employees should expect the decisions to have far-reaching implications in the workplace.