Month: June 2020

Human Resources leaders have a lot on their minds in general, and the global virus only amplifies their worries. While we wait to understand the longer-term ramifications of COVID-19, we continue to be tasked with running successful businesses staffed by skilled and engaged personnel. According to a recent Gartner survey that looked at the top five
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Losing Productivity In Your Recruitment Process? 5 Hacks To Boost It Right Away. Recruiting processes are not as simple as posting a job. Recruiters spend hours after hours searching for the right CVs. Call candidates to discuss job descriptions for 20 minutes, only to realize it’s not for them, arrange interviews, negotiate salaries on both
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Arc.Dev is a simpler way to hire great remote talent. Helping organizations scale faster with top vetted developers. Arc is your complete remote hiring solution. However most recruiters don’t think to source there because they are not sure how. Or they are concerned about 3rd parties etc. Simply reach into your bag of tricks and pull out
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Amid coronavirus, the world is facing uncertainty in all industries. Our lives have turned upside down in such a short interval of time. Nowadays, business expansion plans are replaced by a business continuity plan. Despite the despair and uncertainty in the atmosphere, some organizations are experiencing the highest-ever hiring demand while others are figuring out
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Millennials are increasingly leaving big cities to work remotely in other locations. For example, there is an ongoing exodus from California citing such issues as homelessness, high taxes in the bay area, and unaffordable housing have caused some to ask what’s good about California and big city living? As a result, some places are paying
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https://recruitingdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2020/06/TATJune26.mp3 HCM Talent Technology Roundup – June 26, 2020 Conventional wisdom says the debate over remote work is over. With people keeping a distance from one another and hesitant to jump onto buses or subways to commute, setting up employees to sign in from home has proved to be a cost-effective way to keep many
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Having a D&I policy is still all too often considered a “nice to have”. We need to change our thinking on this. Below are some of the reasons why having a strong diversity and inclusion policy will benefit you, your company and your bottom line. 1. Diverse executive boards generate better returns This study by
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Understanding the ROI from any new initiative is important.  It helps you understand if it’s worth the effort. It’ll help you get budget and buy-in. And, critiquing your analyses down the road will lead to deeper understanding of yourself as a manager. We’ve had this course in the back burner of our to-do list for
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