Hiring & Interviewing

Are you considering hiring refugees?

November 18, 2022
Forty-five U.S. companies, including Hilton, PepsiCo and Pfizer, committed in September to collectively hiring more than 20,000 refugees in the U.S. in the next three years. But many employers and managers seem to be resisting, even though refugees make up a large talent pool.

How AI could replace résumés

November 4, 2022
Since launching under the name Skillset in 2019 and subsequently rebranding, TaTiO has raised money from various investors, including Techstars and Good Company, as it aims to disrupt traditional résumé-based hiring.

Tattoos no longer workplace taboo

October 26, 2022
Since the start of covid, a study shows that 60% of Americans think that the definition of what is deemed “professional” has changed, according to Bloomberg. And that includes tattoos.

Omitting salary in a job description

October 26, 2022
A hot debate in HR is whether to post a salary range in job descriptions. A growing number of local and state laws—California’s, for example—recently mandated it. But is it a good idea? If you ask prospective candidates, the answer is a resounding yes.

What’s in a name?

October 4, 2022
A new study suggests that a tricky name can hurt someone’s chances of getting a callback.

Your best new hire may already work for you

October 4, 2022
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.

Hiring holiday workers? Here’s what they’re looking for

September 30, 2022
The war for holiday workers will be intense. Half of this working segment are interested in full-time positions, a survey found.

Cybervetting: Is it legal?

September 22, 2022
Savvy recruiters are increasingly looking for digital footprints to vet prospective candidates. Is it legal?

Rescinding job offers: Can they sue for damages?

September 22, 2022
A sure sign that the economy is heading into a recession is the number of companies rescinding previous “dream job” offers. If there is no alternative but to rescind an offer, here are four things to remember to stave off a lawsuit.

Chronic understaffing and non-traditional recruitment resources

September 2, 2022
Let’s look at some creative sources to find talent outlets of eager and qualified new hires that you may not have thought of.