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E13 of The HR Famous Podcast – Fat-Fingered Americans & Paying New Grads to Not Go to Work!

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 internships and other working experiences, and the documentary American Factory. Listen below and…

THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: Fat Fingered Americans + Airbnb Pays New Grads Not to Show Up Until 2021

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 internships and other working experiences, and the documentary American…

Everyone’s Looking for STEM Grads — For Sales!

With the forecast for rapid growth in STEM-related occupations, today’s STEM jobseekers, especially those in technology, enjoy a vibrant career marketplace. Narrowing the focus just to technology, the future outlook is even better. The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts employment in computer occupations will increase by 12.5% by 2024, creating nearly a half million new jobs.

Grads optimistic about landing a job

Additionally, women are more likely to use LinkedIn, Instagram, and Glassdoor, while men are more likely to use Twitter. While respondents generally feel optimistic and confident about their job search, Millennials are more concerned with finding a job …

Will Digging Deep Help Protect Students?

Just how far should a pre-employment background screening go for employees of public and private schools? Teachers, coaches, counselors, and any other position at schools and universities around the country are experiencing more thorough, some say invasive, background checks as part of the application process. According to Nandini Ranganathan, chair of the Department of Liberal Arts at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, all…