About a decade ago, some dudes crafted groundbreaking HR research. Bret Starr, John Sumser and George LaRocque wanted to know how HR people think and feel. Who is HR? What do they want? What will they buy? With those questions in mind, they commissioned an esteemed report called, “The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Professionals.” When the data […]
HR Tech tools such as online resume parsing, ATS/CRM, & other trends can help to streamline recruitment process of small business, startups. Here we are discussing a few ways a small business can compete with the big companies and find the right talent.
We are over halfway through 2019 so I think it’s time we can start calling out the theme or word/phrase of the year. It’s funny how each year there actual words/themes that raise to the surface. Here are some of the previous year’s words/themes: 2010: app (an abbreviated form of application, a software program for a computer […]
Japanese job-matching site for designers ViviVit.com has launched a professional job agent service ViviVit Boost to give candidates career-change advice after they’ve gone through the screening process.
How much have you thought about retirement? If you’re a generation Y or Z-er then your answer is probably “not much”. But if you’re an X-er, an old X-er like me, then it’s probably been on the regular playlist in your mind for a while. After all, some of the most fortunate in our generation […]
The shift towards bringing diversity to your workplace is a new and emerging concept. Employers and recruiters are making an effort to hire diverse candidates. In this post, I will be talking about how organizations can effectively manage diversity in the workplace. Curious to know? Here is what I have for you.
How does your company say goodbye? Is it a formalized program? Left to the manager’s discretion? Do you pass the buck to HR and think all is done with an exit interview? I don’t think visiting HR and having a post employment interview is a good-bye. Not for the employee, to them, it’s process. Many times they’re […]
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I’m all for efficiency. Check out any of those online personality assessments that are supposed to help you sell to me. I like direct communication. Let’s get shit done. I’m the same way when I go to the grocery store. I organize my list in the order of the rows. I don’t like to wander […]
“Work spouse” is a phrase, mostly in American English, referring to a co-worker, usually of the opposite gender, with whom one shares a special relationship, having bonds like those of a marriage. I know this phrase is still considered taboo, but let’s be real, we’ve all used it, and maybe have even had a work […]
Job site JobStreet.com has announced a new collaboration with the Philippines Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE), whereupon the job vertical will look to analyze job trends to help fill roles in a more efficient way.
Japanese social recruiting site Wantedly has obtained a certification of International Standard for Information Security Management System (ISMS) in recognition of its handling customers’ data.
Here’s the latest recruiting wrinkle in job listings: Posting an ad where the company is completely up front about what the position pays — even if it is $181,000 a year. Jeff Hyman, a long-time executive recruiter and author of the bestselling book Recruit Rockstars, recently flagged me to the fact that project management software […]
Onboarding of new hires is a tricky thing. Your company is running fast, and if you do anything to announce someone’s arrival at your company, you’re likely to do one (if you’re above average) or more (if you’re really purposeful about it) of the following things to make new hires feel welcome: 1–You send out […]