Employers do discriminate.They search through resumes and weed out people that don’t have the proper qualifications for a job.
Often companies fail to realize that recruitment success is highly correlated with having strong employer branding.
It’s a busy time of year for all of us. In case you’ve been too busy to check the SourceCon RSS feed every morning — don’t worry, I’ve listed some of my favorite posts below.
Recruiting Veterans: This will be a power pack search webinar focusing on how to identify military and veteran talent as they transition into civilian employment. Community member and Veteran Dean Da Costa will walk you through a step by step recruitment and search process.
While there are plenty of reasons to make LinkedIn the hub of your talent brand strategy, many companies take a multi-platform approach. Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, SlideShare, and Pinterest all offer unique value for your brand and the list below gives you a shortcut to the pros and cons of each.
Building a recruitment strategy can better prepare your organization to deal with stages of growth.
The US Supremes issued their opinion in Vance v. Ball State University this morning holding that an employer is not liable for its employee’s racial or sexual harassment unless the harasser is a supervisor of the victim employee.
Social media has had an overwhelming impact on everything, our everyday lives have been taken over by an obsession with keeping constantly up to date with the…
Before HR jumps into social media to recruit workers, it first needs to research what it wants to achieve, and the strengths and weaknesses of various social media channels, Jessica Miller-Merrell writes. “Social media is also a long term strategy whether for recruiting and employee engagement internal or external. It’s best not to leave the […]
Dr. Todd Dewett examines the career arc and leadership in this week’s feature post. Guest author, Randy Emelo defines a new learning leader for HR, Heather Bussing talks weasels, and John Sumser calls attention to what’s missing from recruiting software and interviews Hank Stringer on HRExaminer Radio.
When you’re buying a product or a service, usually you get what you pay for. So what are companies supposed to make of social recruiting, which seems to promise access to all the best candidates fo…
One of the most redundant tasks sourcers and recruiters experience each day is cross-referencing candidates in LinkedIn Recruiter that theyfound from another source, or via an X-Ray search.
While none of these laws prohibit criminal background checks outright, they do place limits on when and how background checks can be performed. Similarities to the EEOC guidance on criminal background checks abound.
“They serve primarily to make the interviewer feel smart.”