In a recent article for the Harvard Business Review Blog Network, Karie Willyerd argues that parents are the key to recruiting Millennials.
Employers are paying increasing attention to the retirement readiness of their workers as they become more aware of the drawbacks of relying on a defined contribution plan as a sole retirement vehicle. “That’s what’s driving things like adding auto-enrollment and auto-escalation, target date funds and annuity options,” says Alan Glickstein, senior retirement consultant at Towers […]
RIVS recently discussed why digital interviews are here to stay with CEO and author, Paul Bailo.
The recent controversy surrounding one of TV’s most popular shows brings HR issues into the spotlight.
For years we have heard about the resume and its impending doom, but it seems to be holding on. For candidates, extinction cannot come soon enough.
At RIVS, we raise our coffee mugs to efficient hiring.
Employers would be barred from checking the credit scores of job applicants under legislation proposed Tuesdayby Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. “This is about basic fairness — let people compete on the merits, not on whether they already have enough money to pay all their bills,” Warren said.
Here’s how Social Security, Medicare and retirement accounts will change next year.
RIVS and HiringThing are delighted to announce details of their strategic partnership and solution integration.
LinkedIn might want you to believe that anyone who is anyone, or wants to be anyone, is profiled or must be profiled on its site. But some professionals deliberately avoid it. Doctors shy away from the business network because they don’t want pharmaceutical reps trying to pitch them products, nor do they want patients contacting them […]
Recruiters sift through thousands of resumes a year and they’ve learnt a thing or two about how to write a resume that will get noticed.
Facebook is the “bad habit” many are trying to kick in 2014.