California has some unique laws and guidelines that you should know before conducting employment background checks. Check out our guide to learn more.
These days, social media is much more important than you might think. Sure, it’s a great way to keep in touch with friends and family but, it can also help you get that dream job of yours. Twitter has rocketed to the top of the social media ladder and it’s now used by everyone. Television […]
Bet you saw this coming: On the heels of the American Medical Association (AMA) announcing its position that obesity qualifies as a disease, an employee in Missouri has filed suit accusing his empl…
Talk to consultants, in-house human resources executives and industry trend watchers, and you’re apt to hear about the ongoing battle for right-fit talent. It’s a complex issue, but it boils down to a single (if sweeping) question: How does the enterprise get the right candidates with the right skills into the pipeline and signed on […]
This is the 8th edition of our meet the team series. Today we would like to introduce you Ralph. Ralph joined the Qandidate.com team just after the initial launch of Qandidate.com, free recruitment software in February and is heading up the marketing activities at Qandidate.com
A quick guide to mobile recruitment for HR practitioners.
1/6 young people are currently unemployed. Statistics, rates, predictions and possible solutions for youth unemployment.
Some of the weird and wonderful skills listed on LinkedIn, as well as a guide to choosing your own.
One of the most anticipated events that takes place at SourceCon is the SourceCon challenge. During the challenge, sourcers from across the globe compete to see who can solve a series of &
The Future of Sourcing: Candidates as Customers As much as some of us may not like to admit it, we spend most of our cognizant lives as consumers. We buy products and services, and trade money, time and energy in exchange for items of perceived value. This is also true in the world of work. […]
It’s time for the EEOC to stop focusing on employers’ use of background checks and instead tackle the real underlying issues leading to discrimination.
The best leaders empathize with employees and treat them accordingly, writes Daniel Ryan. That can mean giving them more flexible schedules, scheduling time for conversations, or simply making a point of celebrating birthdays with enthusiasm. “The sentiment is an old one, but treating your team the way you’d want to be treated in their position […]
A total compensation statement lets you make all aspects of compensation, including noncash benefits, as tangible as the dollar amount on a weekly paycheck.