We have two HR Tech related articles this week: our feature article on The Future of HR Tech and our tribute to Bill Kutik.
It’s not Christmas yet, but job application deadlines are just around the corner…
Rather than focusing on the qualifications, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson recommends honing in first and foremost on personality.
New employees spend their first day wondering why they were hired, whether they will like the company, who they might become friends with and who they can go to with questions, Eric Chester writes. Helping them figure these things out will go a long way in creating a good first impression, he writes.
There is a dire need to build an engaging experience for mobile talent who use their phones as the access point to career information.
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Just for fun… Some of the most best offices to work in. Includes photos!
The 16th annual HR Tech Conference & Exposition wraps up in Las Vegas Wednesday, but not without imparting some serious knowledge.
We got ahold of the world’s worst cover letter, and we couldn’t keep it to ourselves.
New workers will quickly become frustrated if you burden them with all the unpleasant tasks you were looking to get off your plate before they were hired, corporate trainer Jeff Havens writes. Putting them in situations where they are likely to fail and not providing training will produce similar results, he writes.
It’s important that predictive analytic tools in talent management be designed to influence decision makers and drive action, John Sullivan writes. One way to do this is to implement visual tools that help hiring managers see when actions need to be taken. Also, data should be prioritized and presented in a way that is easy […]
The U.S. job market is not only slow for the unemployed, it is slow for those with jobs, resulting in workers stuck in place, federal economists said.
LinkedIn can drive business-to-business sales.