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Hiring & Recruiting
Recruiting and hiring are two sides of the same coin – together, they’re the process of finding, screening, interviewing, selecting and training a person for a specific job. And in today’s market, it’s harder than ever to land the perfect candidate.
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More companies than ever are announcing they won’t hire people who smoke. But is that actually legal — and is it worth it in the for employers?
A changing economy and changing attitudes about work have resulted in some new reasons rising to the top of the list of why employees leave – giving you clues about how you’ll want to frame your appeal to job-hunters.
With health-coverage costs going up, especially for high-risk employees, more and more employers are looking at put smokers on the “need not apply” list. Is it legal?
It’s baaaaack — the feds have issued a new I-9 form for you to certify new hires’ eligibility for employment.
Just how much does it cost your company to hire a new employee? HR analytics expert Marco Padovani offers a plan to find out — and points out some of the danger zones you may have to navigate. _____________________________________________________________________________ With …