Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring & Recruiting (152)

Can HR Put Out a Job Requisition Before a Job Description?

It may make sense to first lay out a job description before moving onto a job requisition, but not everyone in the human resources world agrees. So reports the Society for Human Resource Management.


College Degree Unnecessary for Many Gov’t Jobs: Boulder County

Boulder County in Colorado has deemed that college degrees are not needed for many of its government jobs. So reports Daily Camera.


Fixing Gender Imbalance in Tech Starts in Classroom

Technology firms serious about bringing more women into the industry need to start in the classroom if they hope to close the gender gap. So reports Tech Crunch.


Creating a 'Millennial-Proof' HR Strategy

The emergence of millennials in the workplace can create a major cultural disruption, but human resources can take steps to keep these employees wanting to stay. So reports Forbes.


Seeing the Competitive Advantage of Workers with ADHD, Autism

Companies that write off workers or potential hires with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, Asperger's syndrome or autism may miss out on a talent pool of dedicated people who bring unique skills to the job.


Low Unemployment Tests HR’s Chops

The tight job market is putting a lot of pressure on recruiters to find talent and giving human resources departments a chance to shine. So reports The Journal Gazette.


Amazon AI System Not So Smart At Recruiting Women

Artificial intelligence (AI) has generated plenty of buzz when it comes to transforming recruitment, but Amazon recently learned that its AI system was not so smart when it came to gender.


How to Recruit a Great CHRO

Chief human resource officers can be great assets to top leadership in recruiting the best talent amid a dearth of skilled workers.


Blue Collar Workers Getting VIP Treatment

Blue collar workers efforts' are often ignored, even though they're on the front lines, ensuring companies can function everyday. However, some companies are now saying to those workers 'we hear you.' Read more...

School District Taps Social Media For All Recruits After Coach Arrest

A Connecticut school district has expanded its use of social media to vet all employee prospects after a coach was arrested for possession of heroin with intent to sell. So reports the New Canaan Advertiser.


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