Smart employers constantly refine how they approach HR to ensure they can continue to recruit and retain top talent
When creating job descriptions that attract Millennials, most HR pros lack the demographic and “psycho-graphic” experience, and so they especially struggle with Millennials.
Gig workers are not part of the benefits conversation. But as the war for talent heats up, firms can find many reasons to offer benefits to freelancers.
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.
The key to successful recruiting is good interview scheduling, which is too often an overlooked part of the hiring process.
“Impact hiring” offers a promising, data-driven approach for firms wanting to hire entry level employees.
The recruiting trends in 2020 will require HR pros to sharpen these six skills to be competitive and increasingly innovative.
According to a recent study, 97% of executives expect to see increased competition for talent over the next 12 months. That’s the view shared by thousands of business executives who responded to business consultant Mercer’s 2019 Global Talent Trends Study. And, the study found, more than half of executives from high-growth companies – 52% – […]
There’s a new hiring practice: job interviews by texting