The best way to keep bullying managers out of your organization? Identify them as applicants and don’t hire them.
Joe was a real pain, and you practically danced when he left your company. Now, another employer wants to know what you think of Joe.
It’s not unusual to see employment ads that mention types of previous experience that applicants should have. So, if you were placing an ad for drug smugglers, would you request previous military experience?
The U.S. has some 1,500 franchise companies operating about 320,000 outlets. If you’re not one of them, how do you compete with them for entry-level talent?
If recruiting strategies appear to be biased against certain groups, the consequences can be staggering. Here’s a case where a program ended up with a New York City government office footing a $21 million bill.
What do HR and hiring managers do in their spare time? Why, they create Web sites that make fun of job applicants’ blunders, that’s what they do! Ever compare the worst cover letters, resume or interviews you’ve even seen with other HR pros?
If only they were this creative while doing their jobs: A recent survey of hiring managers lists some of the best (worst?) reasons employees give for being late for work.
We asked 660 HR managers whether they thought their organization’s employees understood their retirement needs. Here’s what they said.
New research says the resumes you see may be more fact than fiction. Here are some things you can do to get a more accurate picture of your applicants.