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Today’s Organizations Still Have Work to Do with Workforce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts – According to New Study by...

While organizations are prioritizing creating more diverse workforces and inclusive corporate cultures, many still have a long way to go. Just 58% of human resources … The post Today’s Organizations Still Have Work to Do with Workforce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

You’re an Idiot if You Still Check References!

One thing really hasn’t changed in hiring in like fifty years. Before we hire someone, in certain higher-up levels within our organizations, we do this little dance. The dance is us asking you for “professional” references, that we must check before we can “officially” hire you, and you giving us such references, which are basically your friends. Don’t think it’s a dance? Think it’s…

Does Your Brand Still Need a COVID-19 Strategy for Social Media?

The following transcript was taken from InSights, a staffing and recruiting podcast from Haley Marketing dedicated to providing quick-hitting takeaways on Digital Marketing and Recruitment Marketing. … The post Does Your Brand Still Need a COVID-19 Strategy for Social Media? appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Work Is Still Work

Read Time23 Second After more than 40 years, Work isn’t as different as we think it is. Every day I get up early and read my emails, and sure enough, there are at least ten messages from magazines, authors, book publishers, or consultants about “the future of work” or “the end of work” or “the new world of … Read more» The post Work…

[InSights] Do Facebook Ads Still Work?

Read Time47 Second Welcome to InSights, the staffing podcast designed to help staffing specialists and recruiters maximize their content marketing, social recruiting, employer branding, and digital marketing.   EPISODE 52 SEGMENTS: A lesson on unique content from The Masters Do advertisements on Facebook still work? Job descriptions impact your employer brand more than you think   LET’S CHAT: Have a question or comment on the information…

Is Print Marketing Still Relevant?

Read Time2 Minute, 51 Second “Print is too expensive.” “You can’t track the effectiveness of print marketing.” “Print is outdated… no one reads printed materials these days.” You’ve more than likely heard one of these phrases recently. So, why print? Because the world is inundated with digital content. There’s an almost unimaginable amount of digital content created daily –  more than we could consume…

Why Print Marketing Still Matters

While print marketing isn’t as popular as it used to be, it’s far from dead – less saturation in the market gives you the perfect opportunity to stand out and stay top-of-mind! I recently published this post for Mamu Media, in which I break down the facts surrounding the status of print marketing. Here’s what you need to know. The Facts In 2015, Temple…

Despite What You Hear, the Jury is Still Out on Remote Work

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 to Detroit. The best thing to come out of…

Hiring the Best Talent Is Still a Priority for Businesses – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

Despite the economic setback and higher unemployment rates associated with the coronavirus crisis, talent acquisition (TA) remains a high priority for most organizations. Recent human resources (HR) research found that most HR professionals (81%) say their organization considers hiring the best talent to still be among their top ten priorities. Fewer, however, say hiring great talent is their single top priority (17%) or among…

Building a Talent Pipeline Still Makes Sense. Here’s Why

You’re not hiring, and you don’t know when you will be hiring. As business ramps up, you’ll address hiring needs as they arise. Sounds like a logical strategy, right? After all, with 38.6 million people newly unemployed, it won’t be hard to find candidates. Unfortunately, this is flawed logic. Available workers Although a record number of people have become unemployed in a nine-week period,…

Are We Still Pissy About Unpaid Internships?

Back in the height of the Great Recession (think 2008-2010), when we had double-digit national unemployment numbers. It was dark times, especially for those students who were graduating and those trying to get internships. Most organizations in hard times cut internship programs. It’s not that they are not important to recruiting, it’s just the ROI drops as unemployment numbers rise. If you have a…