A.I. seems to be in the news all the time, whether it’s in movies and tv, controlling manufacturing, and even including human resources, training, and recruiting. We recently sat down with Phil Alexander, CEO and Founder of Nexus A.I., and Frank Cho, COO of Nexus A.I. Their company is dedicated to using A.I. to help […]
New research examines the link between digital proficiency and an organization’s ability to attract and retain talent.
Make no mistake: High employee turnover impacts the day-to-day operation of your business. It also sends a message to prospective job candidates, and the message isn’t “work here.”
What’s your social recruiting strategy? Are you using the same social media sites as last year, and the year before?
Last month, Catalyst, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding opportunities for women and business, honored recipients of the 2018 Catalyst Award at its annual awards conference and dinner in New York City.
Remarkably, companies with hiring times of less than a week are looking to trim down their time to hire even further.
Much has been written about workplace bullies and the misery they inflict on their staff and coworkers. Addressing workplace bullying is often difficult, however, and so management tends to avoid the issue. Why not take a different approach, and avoid hiring these folks in the first place?
A new survey from staffing firm Robert Half suggests that companies may not be great at reviewing résumés.
No matter the profession, relationships can help further business goals and advance careers. But in recruiting, relationships arguably matter even more.
A recent survey finds nearly half of employers, 49 percent, know within the first five minutes of an interview if a candidate is a good or bad fit for a position, and only 8 percent take 30 minutes or longer to make up their mind.