We asked 655 HR managers: “If you could improve one skill of your company’s managers, what would it be?” Here’s how they answered.
Imagine this scenario: Interviews are finally over, and the best candidate has accepted your job offer and agreed on a start date. Then she calls to reschedule, saying something’s come up. Next week, she pushes the date back again.
All it takes is one ill-advised comment like this from a manager for an employer to get sued for bias.
Will Rogers said you never get a second chance to make a good first impression. But here’s why and how HR should try to look past a bad first impression.
In a time when finding the right people is more crucial than ever, there are a lot of theories on how companies can improve their interviewing and hiring processes. Guest poster Robin Melhuish weighs in on four key areas of concern.
Even in the COVID-19 pandemic, the war for talent is still raging, and you can gain an edge with great remote interviewing.
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