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Snapshot: Environmental record a factor for most job seekers

05/04/2021
Most Americans say a company’s environmental record would affect their decision whether or not to accept a job.

Post-pandemic, onboarding must build company culture

04/27/2021
The pandemic has laid bare the shortcomings of traditional new-hire onboarding practices, according to researchers at the Gartner business advisory firm.

Hiring mistakes can cost up to 4 months these days

03/30/2021
Employers today have more at stake if they make a hiring mistake, new research from staffing firm Robert Half shows.

The ‘niceness factor’ in recruiting: Top 5 qualities

02/26/2021
With unemployment running high, applicants are high­lighting relevant experience and skills on their résumés. But there remains a human side to the recruit­ment process as hiring managers look at the so-called “niceness factor.”

4 ways coronavirus has changed work forever

02/16/2021
Patterns are beginning to emerge as to what might be in store as the crisis winds down.

Recruit broadly to ensure diverse applicant pool

01/14/2021
Employees and job applicants can win age discrimination lawsuits if they prove an employer’s personnel practices have a negative disparate impact on older persons.

Biden plans to limit noncompetes, ban no-poaching agreements

12/01/2020
Biden campaign documents say he will support nationwide legislation to eliminate all noncompete agreements except those that are “absolutely necessary to protect a narrowly defined category of trade secrets.”

Snapshot: Goals for recruiting diverse candidates

11/16/2020
Most employers have specific goals for diversity in hiring, based on six factors.

Snapshot: How will recruiters attract talent?

11/10/2020
In the next 12 months, recruiting pros will increasingly look online to reach the best candidates.

FBI: Rough economy causes a spike in online job scams

07/16/2020
With the unemployment rate still near dizzying heights, millions of people are flocking to online job boards and unknowingly making themselves targets of cybercriminals.