Growing up, my parents shared many stories of the struggle, perseverance, and the marginalization of black people. My father frequently closed with, “There’s no shame in being black, it just ain’t easy at times.” He wasn’t kidding! I grew up in a society located smack dab in the middle of the land of the free, […]
Data and analytics technologies play a crucial role in providing a clearer and concise picture of candidates, in a similar way to how RChilli developed a configuration feature to omit biases like gender, race, age, etc., in recruitment.
Founded in Mar. 2012, Mirai Works (TSE: 6563) is a one-stop shop to meet job needs of freelancers, entrepreneurs as well as regular employees. The company also owns and manages a freelance job site at FreeConsultant.jp, a job site for fintech human resources at FinTechConsultant.jp…
Technology such as AI (resume parser tool, ATS), advanced machine languages, advanced versions of applications has transformed the way the business works.
When I chose to march down the HR career path, I didn’t anticipate I’d become the “go-to” for all HR and career-related questions from family and friends. Don’t get me wrong, it’s as a privilege to be someone that family and friends can lean on in this area. But while it’s a privilege, it can […]
Technology can change recruitment only when it is executed correctly. These trends are ready to transform human resources and give it a new direction to achieve overall productivity. If you are looking at getting real value from your business, technology is the key to achieve it. But keep in mind that you stay abreast with […]
You might have seen this video around the web over the past few weeks. It’s a new technology being developed and tested in Sweden called “Tengai”: Think about the last time you interviewed a candidate. What was your first initial reaction to them? Before they even opened their mouth? It was probably something like this: […]
Being an ally is more than just partying at pride parades and wearing rainbow outfits. Sure, those are a great way to show your support–and have a good time–but being an ally means making your LGBTQ+ counterparts feel welcome no matter where they are. And the workplace is a great place to start. Creating an […]
I black out with rage whenever someone tells me they want TA or recruiting to report to marketing. While recruiting has both a marketing and sales component, the backbone of hiring is the job description—a compensation, compliance, and technical tool meant to define the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the role. Job descriptions […]
Do you think its just another article talking about technology and recruitment? No, wait a sec! Surely, I am going to pinpoint how technology can simplify talent acquisition. But you might want to know about the solutions which can hit the right pain point in recruitment.
If you’re an HR leader, one important thing to get your head around is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and its connection to the mission of your company and the market choices your company makes. Welcome to the new world. You can’t simply chase a profitable line of business that exists on the fringes without considering […]
“Action cures fear” – Mike Kim. I am someone who needs structure. And you do to. For the last 18 months, I’ve been on my own workwise. Before you roll your eyes, this isn’t a missive on entrepreneurialism. However, going from larger corporate environments to working for an organization of one (me) has forced me […]
What candidates think about a company’s recruiting, interviewing, and onboarding process is called candidate experience. This a hot topic of talent acquisition these days as the candidate experience speaks to the recruiting performance of a company and serves as a barometer for how competitive the company is in a tight labor market.
Did I miss the memo? When did the venerable Performance Improvement Plan — a managerial non sequitur that often has little to do with performance OR improvement — morph into the more concise but equally Orwellian “Corrective Action?” I bumped into this new terminology for what most managers lovingly refer to as a “PIP” a […]