Ever wonder why candidates say non-monetary benefits matter, but turn down offers because they can get more pay somewhere else?
The big push is on – especially at the state and local level – to nudge employers to register with E-Verify, the government Web program that allows you to electronically verify the information provided on the Form I-9. Whether you’re using the program already or are thinking about it, there are some facts and factors […]
A competitor’s workforce can often be the best source of new hires for your company — and also the most dangerous. Here are some lessons for HR from the courts on how to recruit those folks without getting sued by your competitors.
Do your managers know how to avoid pregnancy discrimination claims? Studies show most supervisors could use a refresher.
Recruitment ads have always made certain promises: Great pay, good benefits, collegial work atmosphere, etc. Imagine the disappointment of some immigrant workers who thought their new jobs came with U.S. citizenship when that wasn’t the case.
Even with good intentions, interviewers can say things that convince unsuccessful applicants they were victims of discrimination. Here’s an example of what to look out for.
There are some questions all candidates have a prepared answer for. Here’s how to keep them on their toes.
We asked 366 HR managers, “If you reject interviewed applicants, do you get back to them and let them know they weren’t selected?” Here’s what they said:
Soaring gas prices are making it harder to attract potential employees who live far from the workplace. But it’s also giving companies the chance to offer candidates valuable transportation benefits.