Organisations in every industry are at risk of huge disruption, with procedural work being replaced by AI
Today’s workforce is increasingly globally dispersed, multi-generational and multicultural
The pay package was ‘significantly above’ original estimates
It’s a recurring theme that many leaders are ignoring
You may think you’re just trying to ‘get to know’ the candidate but you could be asking unethical queries
I’m on record predicting the Glassdoor brand will eventually disappear in light of it being acquired by Indeed’s parent company last year. I may be right one day, but for now Glassdoor is not behaving like a brand that’s going the way of the Dodo bird.
Amy Poehler is one of the most versatile and sought-after talents in Hollywood today. Famous for her role as Leslie Knope on “Parks and Recreation,” she was one of the biggest stars on “Saturday Night Live” in the 2000s. Today, she helms many of her own projects through her production company, Paper Kite Productions, and
Three HR lessons to educate you in the middle of the week. The US Department of Labor is one of those agencies that have been fully funded during the shutdown. Their activity continues, thus it is important to not let your adherence to the FLSA lapse. My friend, Jon Hyman, publishes a weekly curation of
“I think I’ll lose my job tomorrow,” I told my husband. Earlier that day, the day after Labor Day, my third manager in a year had set a mandatory face-to-face meeting for 8:30 a.m. the next day, a day I usually worked from my home office. At the start of 2018 I had received the
Employers need to carefully consider all aspects of employment, not just the fundamental terms
An appeals court reversed the managing director’s dismissal for gross misconduct
‘Employers should be carefully considering and planning for job rotation and regular rest breaks’
Here are the Do’s and Don’ts of writing an application that catches the recruiter’s eye
The first days and weeks when new employees come to work are a make-or-break time for their success with you. A positive welcoming experience puts them at ease and reinforces that joining your company was a good choice. That breeds loyalty – a key component of a stronger workforce, and an essential characteristic of what
It’s inevitable that someone you want to interview or hire will say “no.” However, that “no” isn’t permanent. You can get a talented person to change his or her mind by applying a powerful principle of selling.
E-Verify being shutdown does not relieve employers of verifying the employment status of new workers
Until the end of the shutdown the E-Verify system is offline. The partial government shutdown is having one effect on employers that may lead some employers to think they have a free ride in the employment process. Nothing could be further from the truth. The shutdown has not affected every agency. According to the newsletter
‘Our focus has always been on developing our people as much as our brand and product’
More than 6,000 CVs and covering letters allegedly surfaced online
It goes without saying that for staff to enjoy a role, they need to feel part of a team
Employers must ensure the health of their staff isn’t compromised in the post-Christmas return to the office
Have you seen the #10yearchallenge on social media? Basically, people post a picture of themselves from 2009 and put it next to a current photo. It’s harmless fun that mostly features attractive people from 10 years ago that are still attractive.
This week on the Weekly Dose I review the job branding and messaging technology Content. Content is a mobile-based SMS text-based technology (app) AI social media assistant that scales across your recruitment teams to help your business get the most from LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Content will send you a text message when she/he/it discovers something relevant for
Emotional intelligence became popular in 1995 by Daniel Goleman, but has always been the core of psychology and sociology in helping understand human behavior. We as recruiters, are set on trying to understand our candidates’ motivations and behaviors on a daily basis, so it makes sense to incorporate EQ into our practice.
In today’s tight labor market, recruiters need innovative tactics to increase awareness of their open roles and reach the right candidates. So why not take a page from the marketing playbook? You’ve likely heard about the “talent pipeline.” In marketing, there is something similar: a customer journey “funnel.” But whereas a pipeline has the same
I read an article today where the author was talking about the Top Five Small Business Trends to Monitor in 2019. The fifth trend was Consistent And Transparent Employee Communication. The “I have found creating an up-to-date employee handbook that is readily accessible will benefit both upper management and employees.” I agree! I wrote this post on
Dismissing an employee is always an uncomfortable event, particularly for small business owners.
Working At Target | Work It Daily Work It Daily Target is one of the most successful and well-known retailers in the world. Their success is a result of the positive work environment they’ve created, where all employees know that their voices matter. Target’s commitment to offering the latest products coupled with its dedication to
As we enter into 2019, employers need to start tackling the final taboo of the modern workplace
HRD talks to Jessica Gopalan of Dale Carnegie Australia about why leaders are neglecting the issue
Migrants from these countries are shaping executive leadership in Australia
More About Working At Facebook | Work It Daily Work It Daily Facebook is one of the world’s largest and most successful social networking platforms, with the goal of bringing the world closer together. Your work at Facebook impacts billions of users around the world every single day. They live by the belief that “this
Back in October 2018, Indeed handed staffing agencies their very own version of a pink slip. Stating third-party recruiters must now pay to appear in search, the free lunch was officially over. The move was made to “improve the job-seeker’s experience.”
It’s not an overstatement to label the current federal government partial shutdown as the most extraordinary opportunity to recruit government employees since the end of World War II! Firms in nearly every industry are faced with the painful tripartite combination of record low unemployment, record high employee turnover, and a prolonged “skills shortage” that are
HRD takes a look at the circumstances in which it’s okay to ask an employee to resign, and the potential pitfalls to watch out for
Working At Facebook | Work It Daily Work It Daily Facebook is one of the world’s largest and most successful social networking platforms, with the goal of bringing the world closer together. You work at Facebook impacts billions of users around the world every single day. They live by the belief that “this journey is
Entries are now open for HRD’s fifth annual Employer of Choice survey
Drug development entails risk. Clinical trials are elaborate and expensive experiments, and unfortunately sometimes promising hypotheses prove false. This can be frustrating and even painful at times, but ultimately such are risks worth taking, since new and improved medicines can mean the difference between life and death for patients with serious diseases. At Roivant, we
Thanks to a growing talent shortage in their local labor markets, international recruitment is becoming an interesting option for many companies in Europe. Proper insight into the target group will allow you to find the right candidate for that difficult-to-fill position. While it may appear straightforward, the labor market in Europe is extremely complex. Europe
Is it possible to help them reset and start the new year in a better frame of mind?
Flexible working options have become mainstream
Do you ever look at your candidate list and wonder why some people thought the position you posted was a good fit for them? You’ve read through their background and are unable to connect the dots. Well, you’re not alone. Although finding a new hire can be time consuming, the process will be much faster
Technology can both help and hurt companies. If you have been around in the working world, especially in a manufacturing or restaurant position, you are familiar with a timecard and punch a time clock. You show up to work, insert your time card, and it gets punched with a time stamp. Those timecards were the
Maybe the third time’s a charm.
A viral video of an attack sparked concerns amongst other employees
Wanted: A part-time personal assistant who is ready to devote all hours of the day to work
So much for things settling down in 2019.
If you thought recruiting top talent was tough going in 2018, experts predict 2019 will be even tougher. Why? Because today’s increasingly competitive recruiting challenges are set against a backdrop of ever-changing, more sophisticated and even more costly recruiting trends. Here is the HRMorning.com short list of trends to watch for, so that you can
Missing a paycheck because of cash flow violates the FLSA With the current government shutdown, many employees have been furloughed. Others have been described as “essential” and are required to work for no pay, with the promise of getting all monies owed them when a new budget is authorized. It has happened in the past,
If one cannot increase the supply of a resource, one must increase its yield. — Peter Drucker.
Addressing the issue will be a matter of survival for 83% of companies