Hiring & Recruiting

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Human Rights Watch Hires First Chief People Officer

Human Rights Watch is hiring its first chief people officer and charging him with elevating the international group’s focus on diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. So reports Human Rights Watch.


Keeping Great Job Candidates On the Radar

While an ideal candidate may not be ready to bite at a job offer or when a company is not ready to bring them in, recruiters should have a plan that positions them to nab prized talent when the time is right. So reports Forbes.


JPMorgan Chase Giving Former Inmates Shot to Work At Bank

JPMorgan Chase & Co. is giving recruits with criminal backgrounds an opportunity to work at one of its banks. So reports The Chicago Tribune.


Women Leaders Sparse in Healthcare Industry

Top leadership in the U.S. healthcare industry is dominated by men, with women comprising less than one third of C-suite positions. So reports Managed Care.


Toxic Workplaces Cost U.S. Businesses $223B In Last Five Years

U.S. businesses have bled $223 billion over the last five years due to toxic workplaces with 58% of workers blaming their managers as the main reason they ditched their jobs, a recent Society for Human Resource Management report finds.


Employers Turning to Alternative Options to Get the Job Done

While full-time employees are a mainstay for companies, employers are assessing alternative options to get work done. So reports Harvard Business Review.


Older Women, Long Absent from the Workforce, Return

Older women years removed from their careers and the workforce are coming back, giving employers another demographic that can help them in a tight job market.


Ohio City Says 'No Thanks' to Smokers Applying for Jobs

If you enjoy puffing on cigarettes or inhaling vapers and live in Dayton, Ohio, then forget about getting a job with that city. So reports Fox News.


Federal HR Officials Call for Streamlining Hiring Process

Human resources professionals in the federal government have urged an end to what they call an overabundance of hiring authorities. So reports Government Executive.


New Bill Heightens Scrutiny Over AI Video Interviews

Illinois lawmakers recently passed a new bill that heightens scrutiny over the way employers use artificial intelligence-driven video interviews for job candidates.


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