Here’s a story that caught my eye recently. A guy who sold his job board to DICE apparently hacked back in and stole customer data in order to start a competing
My guest today is from one of the most popular sourcing tools in use today by recruiters everywhere. Today we’ll learn more about its origins and get some good sourcing tips from their co-founder Ninh Tran. Recorded at HR Tech Las Vegas.
Finding new employees who have the necessary skills and personality to fit in with your company’s culture can be difficult, but navigating a sea of employment laws during the recruiting process is even harder and could, if not adhered to, spell legal disaster for your company. For this reason, it pays to stay current and […]
Temping and moonlighting (“jianzhi” 兼职 in Chinese), is becoming a booming sector in China, encapsulating everything from blue-collar and sales roles to tech sector coders and graphic designers. Jianzhi Mao (兼职猫, meaning “Temping cat”) is the latest member of the sector to receive a cash injection. The post In China, another temping platform secures funding […]
People can’t fix what they can’t see. From time to time, it’s our job as managers to see for them. By providing eye-opening feedback, we eliminate some of the tunnel vision that keeps others from recognizing their personal or professional flaws. And while sharing negative feedback can be good news, we need to be particular […]
Student temping site Qtshe.com (青团社) has secured series B funding worth 60 million RMB ($9.1 million U.S.). The post Baixing backs student temping site Qtshe.com appeared first on AIM Group.
Shortly after purchasing my first Fitbit, I noticed a change in my airport travel routine. Instead of looking for moving sidewalks or a comfy seat, I walked all over the airport during layovers for no reason other than to amass steps tracked by my new wearable. On one occasion, I arrived at an airport only […]
Data from 6,600 hires across 10 industries suggests that there’s an intriguing link between a job offer and the timing of a job seeker’s application. Specifically: the early bird gets the job.
Unless media is talking about Russians, natural disasters, or Donald Trump, gender issues seem to be at the forefront of every news story these days. Uber is in trouble for allegedly treating women badly. Google is in trouble for allegedly paying women unfairly. And even Hollywood is in trouble for, well, you know.
A few years ago I began the habit of getting up earlier and writing in my journal, taking the time to be reflective, appreciative, and grateful. I went over my goals each morning and my values. I devoted time to reading stories and quotations that inspired me. Finding, reading, and journaling about these pieces of […]
Mark Tortorici – He’s kind of cool, he’s edgy, he’s funny, he’s smart. That’s exactly the introduction I was expecting from Shannon Pritchett when Tortorici came up to the stage to talk to us about “Reality Bites” – more specifically when sourcing strategies stop working and what to do to fix that. For somebody who […]
Some companies tell me about their plans for people analytics and soon it becomes apparent that their mandate is something difference: they’ve been asked to report KPIs. The difference between analytics and KPIs can be illustrated by how they think about performance:
The workplace is transforming, as companies take advantage of developing technologies and tools. The digital transformation of the global business ecosystem will ultimately impact employees at every level and every company. So how can businesses work with employees to help them navigate these shifts?
It’s the big HR Technology takeaways 2017! So, as you’re reading this I’m flying back home from ‘the’ HR Technology Conference. Another great show put on by Steve Boese and the LRP team! There are so many things I take away from this year’s show and I wanted to share some of the bigger ones: […]