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Hiring

One interview question that reveals true character

02/23/2017
In a recent Ted Talk, Wharton professor Adam Grant said one question asked during job interviews can help you identify the real givers.

Torn between two applicants? Here’s how to pick a winner

02/23/2017
Hiring is rarely easy, and it’s particularly difficult when you have narrowed the choice to two strong candidates. How do you make the decision between two apparently equal applicants?

Is it time to stop asking about salary history?

02/16/2017
The movement in state and local governments to ban questions about past pay is quickly gaining steam.

SHRM launches program to foster veteran hiring

02/15/2017
The Society for Human Resource Management Foundation is spearheading a nationwide project to kick-start research on best practices employers can use to hire more military veterans.

Ensure application process is absolutely clear

02/07/2017
Make it crystal clear how candidates should apply for jobs.

Is there a problem with requiring applicants to meet height and weight standards?

01/30/2017
Q. May we impose height and weight requirements on job applicants?

OK to demand photos with applications?

01/30/2017
Q. Can we require job applicants to submit photographs with their résumés and applications?

Candid candidates: The 10 weirdest interview mistakes

01/30/2017
CareerBuilder.com has released its annual list of job interview quirks and missteps committed by candidates in the preceding year.

Los Angeles enacts tough new ‘ban the box’ law

01/30/2017
On Dec. 9, the city of Los Angeles enacted the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring (LAFCIH), a “ban the box” law that took effect Jan. 22, 2017.

Carefully track exactly who applies for jobs

01/30/2017

If you advertise job openings and someone does not apply, they’re going to have a hard time proving that you discriminated against them.