Following a LinkedIn presentation I gave at the 2012 Minnesota SHRM Conference I was approached by a very frustrated Director of HR who was having issues with her Hiring Managers. “Having issues” was a polite way of saying train wreck….
The spirit of a free recruitment software start-up – Over the next few weeks we will introduce you the faces behind Qandidate.com. Today’s interview is with Alexander. Alexander is the lead developer here at Qandidate.com and responsible for Qandidate.com’s technical architecture.
After speaking with a number of sources, some of whom worked in Google’s Zagat division for the past year or so, we have a story that answers those questions.
There are 4.5 billion mobile phone subscriptions in emerging markets, and worldwide mobile subscribers are expected to reach eight billion by the end of 2016, led by rapid mobile adoption in China and India. Portio Research indicates that by 2016 Africa and Middle East will overtake Europe as the second […]
Hundreds of companies displayed HR technology at SHRM this year, but many professionals attending the conference didn’t understand what HR technology is capable of, Tim Sackett writes. Contrary to vendors’ claims, technology does not make HR easier, more effective or less expensive, Sackett writes.
Letting employees know you’re invested in them makes a huge difference in their attitude. Here are four easy ways to build morale in the office.
Don’t be fooled by the perks at all those Silicon Valley (and Alley) offices — it’s all just part of a subtle plot to control office culture. Let’s take a look, by way of a couple recent trend stories and startup proclamations, at how the so-called “escalation of perks” keeps employees in line all over the tech world […]
A whopping 70 percent of U.S. workers say they are not engaged or are actively disengaged with their work.
While we’re appalled by the “pretty people” focus of this new New York City-based global job platform, BeautifulPeople.com’s recruitment service , launched recently, might garner some interest from employers. We wonder, however, if the U.S. Dept. of Labor might also take note of who is trying to hire based on looks, and the visibility of such […]
After a lengthy recruitment process, you have now extended an offer and have made a hire, but weeks or months you find out it’s a bad hire. Avoid the costs of a bad hire by following these 4 tips.
When it comes to resumes, good isn’t good enough. Executive recruiter John Paul Engel comes to us today to share specific advice on how to craft not a good resume, but a great resume. What is the c…
Looking for a job in the UK? Take a look at our investigation into which language will boost your career the most.
According to the latest Citrix research, most U.S. employers will implement a strategy that allows employees to work remotely no later than next year.
Every job needs a different approach, and this is being driven by the hiring managers. One size does not fit all, and the most innovative and relevant technology usually comes from agile start-ups who are closer to the market. Hiring managers need to be able to access what they need on demand, and all the […]