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Should You Provide Paid Time-Off for Your Employees to Vote? (The HR Famous Podcast)
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It’s an interesting question – should you provide paid time off for your employees to vote? I’ll be honest – I’ve been around mostly exempt workforces in my career and consider flexibility to vote a given. I’ve never been in an office where I didn’t think I could do what I need to do during […]

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Do Benefits Belong In Your Job Posting?
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If you’re looking for the short answer about bundling benefits into your job postings, the answer is no – you don’t need to write about your benefits package in the job posting. If you’re here for the long haul, let me tell you a story.  See, I had to write 600 job postings for free.  Ok, I […]

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If I Were Looking for an HR Pro I’d Recruit Teachers
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Disruption sucks. We’re in the middle of arguably the most disruptive period in 50 years for business. While some might counter with the advent of the internet as the biggest disruption, I’d mention that change happened over the course of a decade. We had time to watch it unfold. We say things happen in internet […]

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Where Have You Gone Joe DiMaggio? HR Needs a Hero
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Baseball has started again. It is my favorite professional sport and although I am famously a Met fan, I want to talk about Joe DiMaggio, a NY Yankee,  and heroes for a few minutes. HR needs a hero to look up to, I believe. These are difficult and odd times for all of us. Professional […]

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Top 3 Case Studies Showing AI Power in Simplifying Recruitment
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Artificial intelligence plays a great role in recruitment. Read these top 3 case studies showing AI-based resume parser’s Power in Simplifying Recruitment. I would like to point out how impactful AI can be while hiring the best fit. Check out the case studies of a few companies which show the potential of AI in bringing […]

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Does Great Talent Make It Without the Perfect First Job? (The HR Famous Podcast)
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In episode 24 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee are back to discuss the escalation of career expectations for college students (as well as the musical Hamilton and Glassdoor/Indeed changes).  Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, […]

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Despite What You Hear, the Jury is Still Out on Remote Work
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Here’s a confession: I was working remotely long before working remotely was cool. Way back in 2010, when I was Editor of Workforce Management, our corporate leadership decided they had enough of California, thank you very much, and decided to move Workforce from Southern California to Chicago — after first floating the possibility of moving […]

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Resume Parser and ATS; Let’s be Friends again
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It’s all about technology that acts as a buffer on both sides: Recruiters and Applicants. ATS (Applicant Tracking System) is the most common tool used for hiring in 80 percent of businesses of all sizes and nature. ATS with the aid of resume parser extracts useful information from resumes and makes them searchable on any […]

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Automate Jobs Processing with JD Parser 3.0
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Are candidates visiting your job description but leaving without applying for the job? What does this challenge cost to you? The first step of recruitment starts with a job description. Let me bring into your notice that the candidates will apply for the job only if the job description is clear and compelling. Imagine if […]

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Your Organization Is On A Political Rollercoaster, Hold on Tight
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From the boardroom to the men’s room; from the chat features of Zoom and Skype to text, employees are engaging in a political jousting of sorts. Unbridled pandemics and ongoing global social injustice protests have changed the rules of political correctness in the workplace. As organizations are declaring their position on racial and social injustice, […]

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14 Recruiting Automation Ideas
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From applicant to candidate to new hire, there are a myriad of ways to automate various parts of the recruiting process.

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Assessing Trust in Your Work Relationships
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How do you assess the strength of the working relationships you have with your colleagues, your subordinates, and your boss?  When I assess the strength of my relationships, it all comes down to trust.  The trust I have in others and the trust they have in me.  If high trust exists in our relationship, then […]

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The Rise of ‘Remote Recruitment’
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‘Remote recruitment’ is here to stay according to a new report by Questionmark, the online assessment provider. Where

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Indeed –> Glassdoor: Closer, closer,closer
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Who saw this coming? Just about everyone. Glassdoor and Indeed are slowly becoming one. Even as they say they are “remaining separate with distinct brands and operations,” it’s clear the companies are moving closer together.

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