Closing the skills gap with LinkedIn
When 75% of human resources professionals say a skills shortage has made recruiting particularly challenging in recent months, it would appear as though the workforce hasn’t quite kept pace.
What happens after ‘Google Hire’
Google decided to slowly phase out its recruiting platform by September of 2020. The ripples of its removal will be felt throughout the recruiting industry.
Recruitment methods that worked a decade ago are becoming inadequate.
By 2020, 35% of the workforce will be comprised of millennials. For recruiters, most prospective candidates you call in for professional assessments will likely come from this generation.
Is the CV dead? Here’s what one business psychologist has to say.
Business psychologist and director of recruitment start-up Future Resume, David Royston-Lee, says CVs are “one dimensional” and used in isolation can't ensure today’s jobseekers land their dream role.
High court protects public data scraping in LinkedIn case
By Electronic Frontier Foundation
In the hiQ Labs, Inc. v. LinkedIn Corp. case, the Court of Appeals ruled that automated scraping of publicly accessible data likely does not violate the CFAA.
Here’s why people love working remotely
People love working remotely. And they’re willing to forgive its failings because it’s just that good. We surveyed 486 people about remote work and found something really surprising.
Can companies help dual-career couples juggle it all?
For some couples, both partners work by choice, and career fulfillment is a top priority. These employees often struggle to find such fulfillment because of the demands of balancing home and work.
Google comes under fire again for age discrimination
Two months after Google settled a class-action age discrimination lawsuit, a legal complaint has been filed asserting age discrimination again.
What does it take for CHROs to become CEO?
By Human Resources Director
Can CHROs become the company’s next CEO? In today’s quick pace of change, the confidence around answering with a resounding ‘yes’ is even stronger than before.
Globant’s Sanja Licina explains how technology can help engage candidates
By HR Daily Advisor
Ghosting can happen at any stage of the hiring process, with some candidates even going so far as to accept the job offer and then not show up on their first day.
Why you should review your interview process
When new hires fail, it’s not always because you hired someone who couldn’t do the job. Often, it’s because you hired someone who wasn’t the right fit.
Why the service industry should be seen as a worthy career
By The Outline
Despite the fact that half of American adults have worked in a restaurant, some people perceive waiting tables and bartending as menial occupations.
Here’s how you switch off after work hours
If you’re reading this article at home, then you’re already struggling to leave work in the workplace!
How to recruit recently graduated college students
By Employment Metrix
How can companies leverage the latest technology and best practices in order to recruit recent college graduates?
Starbucks achieves 100% pay equity by doing six things.
By LinkedIn Talent Blog
In late March 2018, Starbucks announced they had reached 100% pay equity across the US. Now the company wants to reach this globally.
What makes email outreach successful?
By Recruiting Daily
It’s terrifying to imagine recruiting life without email. Still, because of its prevalence, you have to make it work.
Are employee wellness programs paying off?
The results of a recent Harvard study suggest that wellness programs, offered by 80% of large U.S. companies, yield unimpressive results.
Why time management training for employees is important
Investing time into long-term initiatives can benefit individual employees, as well as teams and organisations.
Companies now need a new breed of leaders
By The SHRM Blog
As organisations become flatter and more dynamic, every professional or line worker is often thrust into a leadership position, no matter their role.
How much do employers care about their employee caregiver population?
At least 44 million adults in the United States provide unpaid care for a loved one who needs support. They can also become a member of the “sandwich generation,” caring for both a parent and children