It’s not what you expect to see in a race discrimination case. But one company recently had to fork over $500,000 for failing to hire a white job applicant.
The EEOC’s latest proposed guidance covers a topic a lot of employers probably think they already know well: national origin discrimination. But the new guidance throws in a few wrinkles about what’s considered discriminatory — and how to stay in compliance — that employers need to know. The proposed guidance released by the EEOC expresses […]
To improve your team’s chances of making the best hire every time, here are 13 common recruiting mistakes that tend to slip back into the process when assessing new talent:
Many HR departments turn to staffing agencies to help their recruiting efforts. But watch out for these red flags when deciding who to work with:
Just like making a sales call, getting past the gatekeeper can be one of the hardest parts of recruiting top-notch candidates.
Referrals from current employees are the most common way companies find new hires, according to several surveys. But that doesn’t mean they always provide the most qualified candidates.
Business trends come and go, but they impact our daily work lives. When it comes to HR management, evolving technology and a shift in workforce needs will continue to shape the trends we’ll see in 2018.
More companies are seeing telecommuting as a valuable way to boost recruiting and retention. But it’s not an arrangement that should be jumped into without extensive planning.
The Obama administration’s already brought some big employment law changes — and there’s likely more where that came from. Here’s a rundown of recently introduced bills that could impact your recruiting efforts:
When it comes to recruiting and retaining employees, bad bosses are many companies’ biggest obstacle. Another problem: Bad bosses often don’t realize what they’re doing.
There’s no doubt that a lot of people are suffering out there today — either due to heavier workloads or, worse yet, unemployment. But HR and Benefits pros may be the lucky ones.
While no one can stop a recession or eliminate its impacts, HR leaders do have the power to fine tune talent acquisition processes ahead of the next downturn.
When the economy slows, hiring budgets often tighten. But the following steps can help keep your recruiting operation running smoothly.
Reference checks can be one of the most valuable tools for making an informed hiring decision — but as you know, it’s often tough to learn anything from a contact besides employment dates, titles and salaries. How can you convince reluctant references to open up?
Have you looked at your organization’s recruiting Web site lately, the way a job applicant might?
All that “seat at the table” talk is nice, but there are sure signs that HR is — or isn’t — getting the respect and attention it needs to build a better organization.
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