In the News
Sunday, October 15, 2017CNBC
Hiring managers don't just want to know if you've got the skills for a specific position. They also want to know if you'll fit into the company's culture, and an easy way to do that is trying to understand who you are outside of the office.
Friday, October 13, 2017Inc
Last year, CareerBuilder found that over 100 occupations in the U.S. had more job posting activity than actual hiring, but that didn't inspire many companies to re-evaluate how they attract and retain talent. While some organizations invest in social media to better engage candidates, researchers say "...they are ignoring the most basic aspect of engaging talent -- consistent communication."
Friday, October 13, 2017Employee Benefit Advsier
About 50 of 425 exhibitors at the HR Tech Conference in Las Vegas showcased platforms that assist executives with functions that begin with recruiting, follow the employee through their time with the company and end with offboarding. The end-to-end technologies leverage some combination of AI, machine learning or predictive algorithms and models to streamline employee interactions with human resources.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017Boston Globe
Wednesday, October 11, 2017SHRM
Nonprofit employers are hiring more aggressively this year than their for-profit counterparts, maintaining a trend from the last several years, although that gap is narrowing, according to new research.