Tag: History

Milliman Medical Index: Cost of Healthcare for a Family of Four Decreases for First Time in Report History, to $26,078...

In 2021, healthcare costs for a hypothetical family of four on employer-sponsored insurance projected to be $28,256 MMI healthcare costs dropped by 4.2% from 2019 … The post Milliman Medical Index: Cost of Healthcare for a Family of Four Decreases for First Time in Report History, to $26,078 in 2020, but Costs Are Projected to Rebound in 2021 appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

How We Celebrated Black History Month

The past few years have especially shown us that Black history is occurring right before our eyes, and we wanted to acknowledge both the historical and present-day achievements and struggles of BIPOC. Here are some of the ways Hireology celebrated Black History Month.  Our Contributions “Hireology is not only celebrating, but embracing Black History Month,” … How We Celebrated Black History Month Read More…

Black History Month? But I’m Not Black!

In years past I’ve had employees at my door every Independence Day, Memorial Day, Pride Month, Cinco de Mayo, and St. Patrick’s Day, even Movember, asking, “what are we doing?” “Is the office closing early?” All clamoring to offer ideas on how we would either celebrate, observe, or commemorate the most notable of events surrounding these days. But when it comes to Black History…

Visier Launches Largest Update in Company History

VANCOUVER and SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Visier, the recognized leader in people analytics, today announced new product capabilities launched with the Visier People® Summer release. Now in the tenth year, this release marks the largest software update in company history by providing open technology for third party partner development and capabilities for customers to enhance employee experience and increase workforce productivity. “With this latest release,…

How White People Can Celebrate Black History

“Happy Black History Month!” Sometimes white people tiptoe around saying that. Wish you didn’t have to say it? Well, think about how black people feel. They probably don’t want to say it either. They probably wish that we learned about the history of everyone in this nation including African Americans. But nay, as a country we have failed to teach all of our country’s…

To Ask or Not To Ask For The Salary History?

“What do you currently make?” – a question we’ve all heard at least once in our lifetime. “Why does it matter?” – a response we’ve all thought more than once in our lifetime. Salary talk is cringe-worthy—there’s no doubt about that. It’s awkward on both the recruiter’s and the candidate’s end. Unfortunately, a salary discussion has to be had to find the best candidate…

Actually, Asking for Salary History is a Mistake

I see many “issues” with the reasons presented in this article. These are outdated thought processes that do not apply to the new talent-driven market we are in. Add on the fact that jobs have changed dramatically and there is no standard “ladder” that most people follow.

The Single Greatest Metric in the History of Talent Acquisition!

“0.00” or “Zero” I’ll let you decide how you want to display it, both ways work. Oh, what is this measuring? Check this out: The number of candidates, in the past twenty years that I’ve hired, that were willing to accept a job without first having a phone call with someone at the organization I worked for.  That number is:    0    I’m guessing…

Candidate Experience: Using History to Improve Future Results

When it comes to recruiting, the importance of providing a good candidate experience during the application process is often understated. There are many stories in the recruiting pyramid leading to a successful placement, but the basic building block upon which the process rests is the candidate. There can be no successful hires or tenured employees without quality candidates. Especially in today’s hyper-connected world where…

The Cavaliers Fired The Best Coach In Their History, And What That Reminds Us About Talent

About two weeks or so ago, the NBA’s Cleveland LeBrons Cavaliers unceremoniously fired their head coach David Blatt. This was despite the team holding the Eastern Conference’s best record (at the time of Blatt’s sacking, the team was a stellar 30-11). Last year, in Blatt’s first season as head coach the team made it to the NBA finals, eventually losing to the Golden State…