Your company has conducted multiple interviews, and every interviewer gives the job candidate a thumbs-up. The position has been vacant for weeks, and the work is piling up.
Category: Reference & Background Checks
Reference checking and background checking are critical (but not easy) parts of the recruiting process. Legal pitfalls abound, especially with discrimination, privacy, and third party participation.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released its latest annual report on occupational injuries, which serves, among other things, to alert companies to the hazards of certain jobs.
Most job candidate searches happen behind the scenes, and behind closed doors. But the New York Yankees have been conducting a highly public search for a new manager. Could corporate America borrow a page from the team’s talent acquisition playbook?
A recent study conducted by PsychTests, a provider of psychological assessments for human resources, therapists, academics, researchers, and others, finds that people who embrace and thrive in changing times are not only resilient – they’re open-minded, curious, driven, and so much more.
The man who allegedly perpetrated the attack in New York City was a former Uber driver. The Las Vegas shooter was once an internal auditor for a defense contractor. What if you had worked with one of these individuals? What if you had recruited and hired him?
Competition for IT talent may have companies overlooking important steps when it comes to candidate screening.
Where should you focus your recruiting efforts if you want to find out more about a job candidate?
Are you hiring managers, when what you really want are leaders?
More than one-fourth of small/medium business owners and managers perform credit or financial background checks on job applicants, according to a new survey conducted by the National Financial Educators Council (NFEC), a provider of financial educational resources.
The recent death of New York City Police Officer Miosotis Familia, shot while on duty, serves as a grim reminder that certain jobs come with inherent risks.