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7 Reasons to Choose RChilli as Your Trusted Partner
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Apart from offering Resume Parser, Search & Match Engine & Marketplace, we keep ourselves future-ready for all upcoming demands of products and features. When we interact with our potential customers, they always ask us one question: ‘What makes RChilli better than its competitors?’ I am going to list down seven reasons that make RChilli the […]

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The New Normal for Hourly Hiring!
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We’ve spent almost a decade building recruiting technology and processes catered towards hiring hard-to-find salaried candidates, yet, the vast majority of hires we make are still hourly workers. Tough times create an inflection point that allows us to rebuild the processes that haven’t been working nearly as efficiently as they should. The C-suite has been […]

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THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: Fat Fingered Americans + Airbnb Pays New Grads Not to Show Up Until 2021
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In episode 13 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett, and Kris Dunn try to defeat boredom and come together to talk about quarantine listening habits, Airbnb’s hiring practices, unpaid internships, and Netflix doc American Factory. The team discusses their feelings and thoughts on Airbnb’s postponed hiring, unpaid […]

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Top 5 HR Blogs That You Need to Read in 2020
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The HR Tech industry has seen a lot of changes this year. The industry is now more efficient and productive with the introduction of machine learning. The HR tech industry is in the middle of a strategic revolution. There are a lot of HR blogs that have documented these changes in their blogs.

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Welcome to Zoom Fatigue, America! (from the Czar of Common Sense)
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DATELINE: Day 43 of the great COVID Lockdown in America.MOOD: Salty.REASON: 5 Video calls on my calendar for the day. But Kris (you say), it’s a chance to connect with everyone at the company. It’s awesome! True. We’ve been connecting a lot for sure. But Kris, given the fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) during this […]

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A Recruiting Book in the Middle of a Pandemic? This One Shows You Can be Both Lucky AND Good
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Ever hear the old expression, “It’s better to be lucky than good“? It basically says that if you could choose, being lucky is always better than just being good. But Garry Kasparov, the Russian chess grandmaster who is generally considered to be the greatest chess player of all time, thinks the notion that luck is […]

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Talent Management Lessons from the 2020 NFL Draft
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Normally this time of year, I would be waxing poetically on the start of the baseball season. But this year I will, out of necessity, pivot to the NFL draft. There are a few important lessons to be learned. Most importantly the world moves on, even in the face of a pandemic. For HR and […]

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The HR Famous Podcast: e12 – Getting Paid to Not Work
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In episode 12 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn come together to talk quarantine watching habits, unemployment insurance coverage and the Payroll Protection Plan. The team brings up the challenges and nuances individuals might be facing when working through their unemployment insurance and PPP.  Show […]

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A Leaders’ Guide To Ethical Layoffs
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Layoffs are going to happen, and unfortunately for a lot of organizations, they need to happen in order to survive. Unfortunately, most will be done brutally, unthoughtfully, and impersonally. This is because we do not train people to end relationships. When it comes to layoffs, what we often prioritize most is efficiency. But why? Why […]

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When HR Staff Becomes Essential
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Essential employee: An employee that has been designated as critical because their responsibilities include non-deferrable services that must be performed despite a catastrophic event, a weather emergency, or a public health crisis. An essential employee is one who is vital to meeting operational requirements of the business. Could this be? Human Resources “vital to meeting operational […]

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What is really the most important business to open first, post-Covid lockdown?
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We are going to be discussing this a bunch over the next month or more! Do we think movie theaters should be open? What about college football!? For the love of all that is holy, please open up college football!!! A study recently took a look at cell phone data to determine where were the […]

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The HR Famous Podcast: E11- The Future is $99/Month HR Managers (and thy stripper name shall be…)
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It’s episode 11 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett and Kristian Dunn kill some more time by recording a new episode on the pod (of course trying to flatten the curve in their respective isolation pods) focused on what virtual HR looks like today – including what kind […]

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Tips to Stay Organised for WFH During COVID-19
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With the arrival of pandemic COVID-19, many organizations are implementing voluntary or mandatory work-from-home policies. This means many of us are dealing with an unusual challenge: working from home for the first time and full time. How do you turn remote work into a productive and more pleasant experience? Let’s share a few tips that […]

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A New Recruiter To-Do List: Coronavirus Crisis Communications
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You know that game, “never have I ever” that you played in college? Someone will name an experience, sexual or otherwise, and if you have done that thing, you take a gulp of your drink. It’s probably the most straightforward drinking game that exists.  Let’s play. Drink if you have written employee communications about a pandemic.* […]

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