Tag: United States

Diversity of Thought

Are you drawn to job candidates who remind you … of yourself? While people often seek like-minded individuals as friends, the workplace should not reflect this kind of preference.

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How Bad Is Your Company’s Website?

Although “bad” has become slang for “good,” here it means “not good.” In fact, for the purpose of this article, “bad” means “truly awful,” as in, why even bother.

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Barriers to Acquiring Tech Talent

Employers have long had difficulty acquiring information technology workers, as candidates are in demand, regardless of the job market. New research provides insight into IT hiring challenges and tips to help overcome them.

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Hiring Refugees

They are fleeing war, genocide, and other horror. They come to the United States from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Syria, Burma (Myanmar), Iraq, Somalia, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Ukraine, and other countries. All must meet strict standards for admission.

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Interview Process Taking Longer

If it seems like the interview process takes longer than it used to, it’s not your imagination. A new report from job site Glassdoor finds that worldwide, on average, it takes more than a day longer: 23.7 days thus far in 2017, compared to 22.5 days in 2016.

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Corporate Culture Is Everything

Before companies can achieve and sustain maximum shareholder value or market share, their corporate cultures must first be established. Even though this is a critical step, there are many competing definitions of the amorphous phrase “corporate culture,” thus bringing about various interpretations of the topic.

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Onboarding Like a Boss

What are the various steps of the employee onboarding process, and how many companies implement each of these steps effectively? Moreover, how does onboarding at your organization compare? A study conducted by HR Daily Advisor Research, detailed in the report, “2017 Strategy Onboarding Survey: How to Activate New Employees,” provides insight. The survey includes responses […]

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