Move over Facebook and LinkedIn, microsites like Github are driving change in the ways employers source top talent online. These social tools are igniting recruiting around conversions, visuals and niche groups. Are you in?
Employers know the risks of taking on a “bad hire.” It costs them valuable time and money (up to five times the employee’s annual salary, on average). But what about the risks to you, the job seeker? You can’t afford to choose the wrong employer, either. So why, then, do so many job seekers ignore […]
The average employer takes 27 days to hire a new employee. But at what cost? Many organizations are finding that, in order to stay competitive for top talent, they need to improve their time-to-hire. Here’s how they’re doing it.
Fewer job candidates these days are willing to take a risk or relocate for a job offer. One reason for this trend is a lack of trust. Our recruiters explain how they build trust during the recruiting and hiring process to get ahead of the competition.
You aced the interview process, passed the background check and, yet, you still didn’t get the job. Could it be your references? Let’s take a look at several mistakes you could be making when it comes to providing references.
Employee fraud is more common than many HR managers and business owners may think. This continuing coverage on employee fraud looks into workers’ compensation and unemployment fraud: Two issues draining employers of valuable time and money.
For Immediate Release Little Black Dress Soirée and Beau Too benefits local disadvantaged women AUSTIN, TX — Dress for Success Austin will host its fourth annual Little Black Dress Soirée and Beau Too Fundraiser, offering supporters an elegant evening with proceeds benefiting the local organization. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, September 17 […]
Call center staffing is picking up steam and, along with it, several innovations are helping to create better efficiencies and employee retention. Here are some insights into creating a call center that’s staffed for success.
Employee fraud is more common than many HR managers and business owners may think. Here we’ll cover some of the most common areas and what to watch out for, including false invoicing, payroll theft and others.
Most people have been found to regularly regret what they post on social media. Unfortunately, just as many employers are scouring those channels when deciding who to interview or hire. To clean up your act, follow these five tips.