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Category: Recruiting News
What’s happening in the world of recruiting, including new approaches, new technology, surveys, legal issues, and more.
Chris Russell, known as the “mad scientist” of online recruiting, started his first job board in 1999 and since has launched more job sites than anyone in history. At BLR’s recent RecruitCon Road Trip conference in Boston, Russell shared tips for making recruiting and career websites really effective.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) promised to crack down on what it calls discrimination against U.S. workers who are being passed over in favor of temporary foreign workers. They recently made good on that promise in New Mexico.
Great Place to Work, a global research firm, and Fortune have announced their annual ranking of the Best Workplaces for Women.
As recruiters increasingly rely on social media and experiment with texting to communicate with candidates, a new survey suggests a more traditional method may be the best vehicle for communication.
The struggle to find qualified candidates isn’t likely to get easier anytime soon. That’s the message from a new study.
Banks are looking to grow, according to the Crowe Horwath LLP 2017 Bank Compensation and Benefits Survey.
Brilliant™ just released their Q4 2017 Accounting, Finance, and Information Technology Hiring Forecast.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – Ferris Bueller, 1986
Yesterday’s Advisor featured the first six things to do before you recruit. Today, we’ll go over the final four.