Credit checks are a common boogeyman of the hiring process. Many recruits see a review of their credit history as an invasion of privacy. Still others wonder why a credit check is needed in the first place and how it really impacts their ability to do their jobs. If you’re a recruiter, it’s important to
In Episode 27 of Best Hire Ever, Kris Dunn talks with the amazing Stephanie Lilak (CHRO of Dunkin’ Brands) on a variety of topics, including her favorite interview questions, how she works to make sure Dunkin’ gets the talent it needs, what she learned in her first year as a CHRO (that nobody told her), and
Coronavirus leading to complete lockdown has resulted in transition from office to work from home. There were organizations that had facilitated the employees to work from home but with limitations. Complete functioning from a remote location has never been experienced before. Organizations tend to hire new employees with increasing workload. It is inevitable that hiring
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wage war on the world, it was expected that companies would reduce the salaries and benefits packages of their workers. The statistics, however, indicate otherwise: 81 percent of human resource professionals have kept base compensation intact 89 percent of professionals in human resources have not eliminated or reduced employee
More than half of the world’s workers say they’re more willing to relocate for their jobs now than they were before the pandemic. Specifically, 59% feel that way, according to a survey commissioned by relocation firm Graebel Companies. Some 31% would relocate internationally, while 80% would make any kind of move. Once the pandemic ends,
Linktree is a freemium social media reference landing page. This can be a great place to find candidates however a lot of recruiter do not search here. The reason is simple they do not know how. Well to do this without worry you need go no further than into your bag of tricks and pull
According to Forrester, the market for robotic process automation technology will grow to $2.9 billion in 2021. That’s a big jump from the $250 million evaluation they estimated in 2016. So what does RPA expert Tim Pröhm recommend that your talent acquisition team do? “Don’t wait, the time is now.” Tim is the Vice President of Digital Product
Technology is automating and replacing jobs around the world. The gig economy is on the rise and employees are demanding more from their employers than ever before. HR and recruitment teams must adapt to these changes in order to successfully source talent in 2021 and yet some companies still maintain traditional methods of talent sourcing.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion has seen a steady rise in search volume over the last 5 years, as evidenced by the graph below. That is, until June 2020 when it skyrocketed. The killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 sparked national outrage, a powder keg of racial injustice that exploded after years of buildup.
Most employers want to offer a great onboarding experience, one that welcomes new hires into the organization and makes them feel like part of the team, but outdated processes and out-of-date technology have stopped them – until now. During a recent webinar, William Tincup, President and Editor-at-Large for RecruitingDaily, joined Socrates to talk through common
Whether you’re filling hundreds or thousands of positions throughout the year, high-volume hiring presents a unique set of challenges for recruiters. With each job application potentially bringing in hundreds of applications on its own, high-volume hiring processes rely on a suite of dependable, flexible tools. Here are my four favorite tools for high-volume hiring: 1.
Despite increasing social, political and even investor pressure, just 19% of the world’s largest companies have disclosed data about the makeup of their workforce, according to a survey by the Workforce Disclosure Initiative, an international investor coalition. Partly funded by the British government, the WDI pushes to improve the data available on a variety of
Working in an amazing company is a wonderful, fulfilling feeling, and can help you thrive both professionally and personally. But that’s if, and only if, you’re working in positive company culture, surrounded by a supportive collective. In that environment, you’re much more likely to thrive at your job. It’s important for leaders to build the
Jobvite launched an online learning center meant to help talent acquisition professionals update their recruiting skills. Called Jobvite Academy, the effort aims to help recruiting teams upskill and expand their professional knowledge. Traditionally, recruiters have had to learn on the job or on their own, Jobvite said. The academy provides a more structured approach, offering
HCM Talent Technology Roundup – April 16, 2021 Hired announced its new solution and rebranding after its acquisition by Adecco Group’s Vettery in November. As had been planned, Hired has absorbed Vettery and will operate as a single-platform talent marketplace. Before the acquisition, Hired was known as a job board focused on technology talent. After
According to a recent Student Insights Report by Rakuna, nearly 90% of college students and recent graduates are attending career fairs. As career fairs are speed-dating events between employers and potential employees, you need to get the spotlight to attract the best candidates. Here are our suggestions to make your career fair giveaways impress your prospective
Compared to the actions of individuals, companies have a big advantage when it comes to playing a part in saving our planet: their size. A business has more resources, more people to lend a hand, and every change is capable of having an amplified effect on the world we live in. There are some downsides
Finding the right job can be challenging. You want something that challenges you, pays well, and makes you happy. You may never find the perfect job, but you can certainly find a good job if you put your mind to it. Here are some tips on how to make finding a new job simple. Spruce
It’s fair to say that the past year has not been plain sailing for any of us. With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the world, the UK nation was left with no choice but to spend more time indoors. However, it wasn’t all doom and gloom. Many of us used our free time wisely and
If you’re like most people, there is at least one spot in your home that isn’t company-ready. It could be an overcrowded closet or a catch-all drawer or the cords and cabling behind your entertainment center. In a staffing business, it’s often the duct-taped and jerry-rigged systems that connect the staffing front office to the