No doubt, if you’ve worked as a sourcer for any amount of time, you’ve heard what you consider to be some ridiculous comments from the recruiters you support. Here are some of my favorites that I collected from sourcers this week.
You may not be frequently giving out an embarrassingly gushing smile and you might not write little love notes during your lunch break. But, there are ways to tell if you love your job.
Welcome to Yext’s new location.
If you’ve ever dreamed of working in a lush, greenery-filled dome, consider moving to Seattle. That’s where Amazon is building a biosphere (made out of three intersecting domes) alongside a new skyscraper project.
Dozens of House lawmakers introduced legislation on Wednesday that would bar employers from asking for their workers’ passwords to Facebook or other social media accounts. The Password Protection Act, authored by Reps.
Technology is often blamed for the lack of communication in today’s business world. Too many voicem ails and e-mails to answer is often given as a reason. However, it really needn’t be that way. Effective communication between you and your staff is so vitally important, including feedback from…
Jim Stroud interviews John Dennehy of Zartis about a new advertising option from Twitter and how to leverage it for recruiting.
The Arland Group office is a mecca for collaboration, and Emily Pirraglia and I bounce ideas off of each other on a daily basis. Last week’s debate centered around the importance of likes/followers and engagement on social media. Both are extremely important.
In a new report out from Glassdoor, we look at the Top 10 Companies with the Best Business Outlook, according to employees, and Google stands out at number one – 86% of employees believe the company’s business outlook will improve in the next six months.
Whether you call it a strategy session or an intake meeting – the initial conversation you have with your hiring manager is the most critical step in the r
There has been a lot of talk the past few years about “the shift to mobile” from recruiting leaders, with a primary focus on effectively managing the mobil
Memorial Day weekend signals the beginning of summer in the workplace, which means all sorts of opportunities and challenges for HR from dress code issues to vacation scheduling to workplace outings and activities. Here’s a checklist of 10 things to do this summer in the workplace.
Infographic description of how to write a job advert, written by one of the top job listing boards. Designed for recruiters publishing job offers online.
Introducing the latest in employer branding technology Plugin Recruiter – An agile response to a changing recruitment landscape The role of the in-house recruiter has changed forever. Gone is the …