Nearly one-third of Google searches for jobs come from mobile devices making the smartphone the engine of choice for job seekers and recruiters alike.
Some 1.5 million Americans were laid off or fired in October, the fewest since the government began keeping track in 2001.
Just because someone is a star at one company doesn’t mean he will thrive at another, Claudio Fernández-Aráoz writes. It’s best to look for “portable” talent, meaning workers who are “able to effectively transition from one role, company, industry or country to the next, not only bringing their unique strengths to each but also growing […]
In the American workplace, this time of year often means the onset of gift giving. Whether it is a formal holiday gift exchange or simply the sharing of ideas.
The employer ratings site Glassdoor just released their best places to work for 2014–and the results can make your office way better.
I was in Sydney, still groggy from the jetlag and 19-hour time difference. It was a big day. I’d be speaking at Sourcing Summit Australia delivering my very first keynote speaking engagement.
Fiverr, the self-pronounced leader of the “gig economy,” is going mobile. The freelance service marketplace has announced its first iOS app, which lets users buy and sell one-off services regardles…
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Mobile recruiting apps are the next generation tools for today’s recruiter. Check out CareerCloud’s growing suite of mobile recruiting apps.
Requiring federal employees to pay more toward their retirement benefits likely would hurt retention, but effect on recruitment less certain, study says.
One of the worst things you can do for your company is hire too quickly. Use these tricks to make sure you get it right the first time around.
Interviewing is a point of significant breakdown in the talent selection process. This is because those interviewing let their own or someone else’s biases distract them from adequately evaluating a candidate’s potential for a particular job. Yet, most of us would never admit we are biased.
From the initial job posting to the interview itself, here are a handful of ways tech has changed the way we manage talent.