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.
The Social Security Administration issues about 125,000 “no match” letters a year – meaning the Social Security Number an employee gave doesn’t match SSA records. Suppose you get one of those letters. What’s your next step?
This device is only a little bigger than the average wristwatch, but when it comes to their workers, it’ll tell employers a lot more than just the time.
It can be tough to keep good workers on your staff. Here’s how one HR manager got more employees to stay on board.
When candidates talk about great accomplishments, how can you tell who has personal initiative and who just happened to be on a successful team or followed smart orders? Answer: digging deep with follow-up questions.
Our team of experts fields real-life, everyday questions from HR managers and gives practical answers that can be applied by any HR pro in the same situation. Today: 1. The legality of using pay cuts as discipline and 2. the value of 900 numbers for reference checks.