I really didnât care if I got the job or not. After all, it was a part timeÂ afternoon radio host job on a local New Hampshire station. I came to theÂ interview following the sale of my previous station, which blew everyone out of the building, including me, following a successful eight-year run asÂ the top banana […]
Is your background screening program causing a negative candidate experience? Our newest guide provides best practices to follow before, during, and after the background check.
Here’s the last parody video we’re going to post from Strategy magazine’s Agency of the Year event in Toronto. It’s Leo Burnett’s entry, and it seems the agency has found a unique way to make its employees more creative—by having them do shots and then literally slapping the tired old ideas out of their heads.
Newton announces advanced interview scheduling tools for leading corporate applicant tracking system
According to LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, the world has about 600 million “knowledge workers”—the professional class that spends much of its workday in front of a computer. Of these, he says, more than half have a profile on LinkedIn. Yes, he wants to get the other half to join his company’s business-centric social network. But […]
Talk about a lie. No such thing as passive candidates. Everyone is a candidate until they tell you no. Treat every single candidate respectfully. Give a damn about them and/or the fit to your firm. That’s it. The rules of the movie Roadhouse apply here—be nice, until it’s time to NOT be nice.
Resisting change, looking to identify problems instead of solving them and dwelling on your next career move are some of the worst behaviors to exhibit in the workplace, writes former General Electric CEO Jack Welch.
Betsey Stevenson on the origins and cures for the gender wage gap, as well as what to do about outrageously expensive childcare.
Is it a workplace fantasy, or a management style that could actually work?
Susan LaMotte shares some insider tips to help job seekers understand how recruiters conduct their work.
It wasnt a loss of earnings that caused the loss of purpose; it was a loss of purpose that caused earnings to decline. The leaders were so intent on making money from their existing business models, that they lost sight of the true purpose of their business, to improve life for their customers. With no […]
LinkedIn’s “Trusted References” service is a cheap sucker-punch straight to your career and reputation. Now any personnel jockey can “check a reference” on LinkedIn without having the faintest idea what she’s doing — and you get screwed out of a job.
Employee referral programs typically outproduce any other source of hire, when looking at recruiting cycle times, costs, and new hire quality. No surprise,
It’s not just about how your employees perform at workit’s about how they do at life.