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Tips for bringing pay transparency to your organization

Multiple states have enacted pay transparency laws, and more are likely to follow suit. Yet nearly a third of employers say they are not ready for such openness.

Improve hiring processes to attract Gen Z

Gen Z workers will account for more than a quarter of the workforce by 2025. But this group has an unemployment rate of nearly twice other generations. It’s not because they aren’t searching for work—they are discouraged by poor hiring processes, according to a new survey from Bullhorn.

Ease talent struggles via internal recruitment

Your organization’s most robust talent pool may already be working for you.

What’s in a name?

A new study suggests that a tricky name can hurt someone’s chances of getting a callback.

California latest to require pay transparency

California is the latest state to join a growing nationwide salary transparency movement.

Your best new hire may already work for you

More than half of American workers say they have better job opportunities in their current company than in another organization. This goes against other studies, which show that most workers who quit their jobs in the last year did so for better pay, benefits or growth offered by a competitor.

Finding the perfect hire: No ghosts allowed

Ignite Global offers five ways to eliminate ghosting and find the ideal hire. It’s a win-win.

Looking for the perfect candidate? Job title no longer a key indicator

Nearly half of hiring managers (48%) say job titles are less reliable indicators of skills than they used to be, according to a new survey from JobSage.

Snapshot: Talent acquisition

With recruitment on the top of every HR department’s list of priorities, the HR Research Institute conducted a comprehensive study regarding talent acquisition to help companies determine what’s most important to candidates.

Cybervetting: Is it legal?

Savvy recruiters are increasingly looking for digital footprints to vet prospective candidates. Is it legal?