If your company’s on the fence about hiring any of the 2010 crop of college graduates, consider this: They’ll be less expensive than last year’s vintage.
The NFL Combine just concluded, making this the perfect time to review some of the most ridiculous interview questions NFL scouts and coaches have asked future league employees.
HR pros probably go out of their way to avoid asking obvious questions about race, age, gender and disability during job interviews.
Let’s face it: Interviewing doesn’t come naturally to everyone. But all managers can learn the skills needed to help your company get the best hires out there.
A recent survey says many hiring managers make mistakes that lead to costly hiring missteps. The good news: A little help from HR can go a long way toward making sure the best candidate is hired the first time around.
Checking a job candidate’s credit is a common part of the background screening process for some jobs. But as more people begin to suffer in that area, the practice is likely to come under greater legal scrutiny.
Companies can lose good candidates if the hiring process is too lengthy. But busy hiring managers can have trouble fitting interviews and others parts of the process into their schedules. Here’s how you can get them to make those things a priority.
Not many situations are more frustrating to an HR pro: You’ve just spent valuable time reading resumes and interviewing to pick out the best applicant for a job — only to have the candidate turn down the offer. Here’s some help.
What changes will the workplace undergo this coming year?
Want to meet a bunch of people who absolutely didn’t get the job?
It’s a job-seeker’s market right now, and hiring and recruiting are more complicated than ever. Those difficulties go beyond just finding the right person for the specific opening you have. What about candidates who are well-suited to your company, not just to your current positions? Keeping track of those candidates, as well as all the […]
Even if a job is “gender neutral,” how you approach the hiring process will determine whether more men or women apply for the position. To ensure a more equal split of applicants, you’ll want to mind these latest findings.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has struck again in the name of protecting employees’ speech rights.
What are the biggest mistakes managers make during the hiring process?
Doing one of these things to exempt employees will rub out their exempt status – and can make your company liable to pay them overtime compensation.
Predicting an employee’s success is one of HR’s toughest jobs — and that includes hiring or promoting for a managerial position. Here are some of the common reasons new bosses fail:
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