Salary history bans are aimed at encouraging equal pay for minorities and women doing the same jobs as their male colleagues.
For a job seeker, having an employee referral from someone already working at a company is always a valuable leg up. But that’s a 2-way street. Employers’ talent acquisition efforts also benefit when a trusted employee can vouch for an applicant’s skills. Or highlight desired skills where a potential hire may be lacking. Professional networking […]
Thursday, June 6, 2019 | 9:00AM – 10:00AM EDT Why Candidate Experience Matters Delivering a great candidate experience is more important than ever; it could be the difference between landing the ideal candidate and watching them walk away forever. The hiring process is a major factor in how candidates form their impressions of most companies. […]
Tuesday, June 5, 2019 | Choose your preferred time 600 Candidates & 2 Recruiters:A Peloton Success Story Join Senior Tech Recruiter at Peloton, Will Blaze, as he shares his journey in recruiting throughout Peloton’s hyper-growth. Since Will started at Peloton 2.5 years ago, the company went from 20 engineers to 110 – with just one […]
Your people make or break your company, but finding the right hire in this tight labor market is a big challenge for HR pros. Something that can make it even more difficult? A meddling manager with unrealistic expectations about their ideal new hire and how the process should go. Problematic requests This is what John […]
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 9:00am – 10:00am EDT 3 Essential Strategies to Improve Your Hiring Process A well-defined hiring process is essential to obtaining top talent. Having it down pat will cut down on time attracting talent, sorting through bad candidates, and getting new hires started as soon as possible. Start with the right […]
Hard and fast rules about hiring could be hurting your ability to attract talent, especially if they seem arbitrary or exclusionary. That issue came to the fore in a Twitter thread in early April. Business Insider Managing Editor Jessica Liebman tweeted out a link to her story on the BI website with the long and attention-grabbing […]
Easing new hires into the job is important. And the best way to do that is to give them real responsibilities — and expect results — in the first week. Ideally, after a banner first day of introductions, special events and a great lunch, the rest of the week is time to have them roll […]
As a one- or two-person shop wearing multiple hats in addition to HR — payroll and workplace safety are probably under your wing as well — protecting your time is a constant challenge. That includes not reinventing the wheel when it comes to the hundreds of forms you work with during a year. The good […]
As the talent market tightens, the pressure on HR to recruit, hire and retain high-performing employees is more intense than ever. Companies of all sizes are seeking that perfect employee as the demand for talent quickly exceeds the supply. You’ve no doubt heard that the cost of hiring the wrong person is significant – up […]
Walmart is already paying a heavy public relations price for its announced decision to eliminate the “Greeter” position at its U.S. stores, replacing those jobs with a new position it is calling “customer host.” Now it faces at least one lawsuit and numerous EEOC complaints alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The new […]
Another sign of a tightening job market: More than half of professionals (55%) participating in a recent survey said they tried to negotiate a higher salary with their last employment offer.
Employees may find it easier to bring sexual harassment and workplace discrimination cases against employers, thanks to Google workers’ success in driving change at the tech giant. The company announced it has ended the practice of requiring workers to sign arbitration clauses in order to work for Google. Those changes were launched after Google employees […]
There’s an important lesson for organizations of all sizes in a recent embarrassment for one of the world’s best-known companies – check your job postings carefully before they go up on the internet!
What manager wouldn’t love to walk into the office each morning to a group of smiling, eager employees, ready to take on the day? But the reality is … that just doesn’t happen.
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?