It takes a team to grow a business, and yet team building is not typically considered when recruiting and hiring—except in a cursory way.
Tag: Paula Santonocito
Increasingly, companies are finding they have to think outside the job description to acquire talent.
Your company needs workers with specific skills, and you can’t find qualified job candidates. Why not take a different approach and develop a workforce, by partnering with a local college?
During the lunchtime panel discussion at RecruitCon Road Trip East in Boston the conversation turned to employee referrals. This in itself is not surprising, given that employee referral remains the top source of external hires.
Recruiters and hiring managers, take note. It is increasingly likely that a job candidate will have a tattoo, or even more than one.
Talent acquisition professionals know that racism, sexism, and ageism must be avoided when recruiting and hiring. But what about other isms that have negative connotations in the workplace?
A recent survey from job site Glassdoor finds that today’s workers expect companies to take a stance on political and social issues. But in a country divided, is this likely to have a positive impact on the entire employee population?
They said what? About our company?
Forget recruiting a purple squirrel. What happens when you find, hire, and train a lovely Labrador, only to discover she isn’t cut out for the job?
Technical skills are now required for a wide range of positions. Even many jobs that were once known as “blue collar” have been dubbed “new collar,” because the skills requirements have changed.