U.S. companies are bringing jobs back home.
LinkedIn users are used to getting way too many LinkedIn emails, but they received one tonight that was much different than usual: LinkedIn was announcing that it had agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over sending unwanted emails. The lawsuit …
Earlier this week, I read an interesting study on employers’ use of substance abuse tests as a hiring tool and how they impact minorities. According to the study conducted by Notre Dame labor economist, Abigail Wozniak, in states where testing is prevalent due to supportive laws, black employment increased between 7% and 30%, and wages […]
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We are now officially less than a week away from the 2015 edition of the HR Technology Conference and I for one am now if full out psyched up mode! Yes, I know I’m an “official blogger” for the show so of course I’d say great things about it, but the truth is, I’ve been […]
No matter how great a boss you are, the odds are against you that your team holds the same opinion. According to recent studies, 31 percent of employees say that they dislike their boss.
In the debate on the relative importance of company culture as a contributor to an organization’s success (or failure), I have mostly come down on the side that culture is far, far overrated as a driver or performance. I have argued (and presented a few times), that more prosaic and definable elements like “strategy” and […]
Got to love these “cover letters” tweeted in to the Captain Crunch Intern program. The Captain is easy to impress!
“I only read it for the articles” may soon be true for Playboy fans! Playboy has officially announced it will be PG-13 as of 2016 and no longer print nude pictures of women. As CNN reports: “This isn’t a story about nudity; it’s a story about disruption and innovation. Times, tastes and technology have changed […]
Rejecting job applicantsâitâs part of every HR Managerâs job. You love extending offers to candidates, but for every exciting call, there are at least a dozen more conversations in which you have to tell individuals that they didnât get the job. Rejecting job candidates can be uncomfortable, but as a professional, you are responsible for […]
I keep hearing about companies that are increasingly struggling hiring the talent they need currently and for future growth. The one solution that continues to be thrown out is adding a sourcing function within their talent acquisition department. Adding sourcing to your talent acquisition team is definitely an option to help you obtain the talent […]
I pulled my husband’s favorite shirt out of the dryer, and it had a big hole in the armpit. I said, “Looks like this shirt needs to go into the mending pile.” I always have a small pile of clothes — socks, shirts, pajamas — that need a little TLC. I’m not a natural seamstress, […]
Disability stereotypes influence how we view a job seeker with a disability when making hiring decisions