Let’s highlight five current manifestations of how modern HR technologies are adapting to meet these these new requirements, and share some thoughts on how HR leaders can better assess, select and deploy HR-technology solutions to meet these demands.
ANZ customers have been offered free HR software that manages the entire employment life-cycle.
Chakri.com, an emerging job site in Bangladesh, is focused on building its resume database. At a two-day jobs fair late last month, it managed to get 5,000 students to submit their resumes right there and then. The jobs fair was hosted by a local institution.
EHarmony is looking for a buyer for its three-year foray into recruitment classifieds after Elevated Careers failed to click with jobseekers.
From concerns about how to motivate employees to meet company goals to worries over how to gain a “big picture” of company talent through data and analytics, a host of work-related issues haunted HR professionals in 2016, according to SilkRoad’s latest “What Keeps HR Up At Night?” report.
Talent is a long-term play. To build a brand and recruit for the future it’s important to invest in the talent pool of the future. While most Fortune 500 companies have a presence at career fairs across the nation, most of them have no idea what they’re doing. Big companies have small recruiting programs, and […]
MILL VALLEY, Calif., Feb. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Glassdoor, the No. 2 job site in the U.S.1, today announced it has introduced estimated salary ranges in job listings to help people instantly know what they could be paid before applying to a job. Using the proprietary data science algorithm fueling Glassdoor’s salary estimates, Glassdoor estimates the […]
Social recruiting in the past few years has become a force to be reckoned with. From the tools that help source and to the types of information that are collected social media has become an integral part of a recruiter’s life. Understanding the good, the bad, and the ugly of social recruitment helps explain the […]
Talent sourcing has become strategic. Talent sourcing is no longer a conversation about the latest tool or the best Boolean string that will extract your purple squirrel prospect from some obscure database. Don’t get me wrong, I love tools and have some particular skills when it comes to harvesting data. But if you want to […]
Hiring surged, wages slumped, and the unemployment rate rose slightly in January, as the first month of the new year and a new administration showed the economy, though strong, could still be confounding.
Note: This is the second of two articles on being prepared in the event the worst happens. The first article (here) dealt with the sudden death of a key employee. This article discusses an on-the-job death.
How leaders can stop worrying about their persistent and damaging talent shortage
Career-Ladder.co.uk, the fixed-fee recruitment service operating in the U.K. since December 2012, gave its business model a slight twist, and rolled out a jobs aggregator with fixed-fee recruitment service at a new domain (Career-Ladder.com) on January 26.
“Tech workers of the world, unite. You have nothing to lose but your goddamned open-plan offices.”