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Job Candidates and Your Company’s Dress Code

A recent survey from staffing firm Office Team, a Robert Half company, finds employees are confused about what to wear to work. And if people who work for a company don’t understand what’s appropriate, job candidates are apt to have even more difficulty decoding a company’s dress code.

5 Things Top Global Companies Do Differently When Recruiting

Employees are the lifeblood of any company. A company runs because its people bring its objectives forward and meet its goals. This fact puts recruitment as a very pivotal process for any organization. It is during the recruitment process that recruiters assess and select the right people who would fill in job positions and contribute […]

Understanding CEO Pay Is a Matter of Perspective

You hear a lot today about CEO pay and how something needs to be done about it. That CEO compensation is out of hand. It’s spoken about as if it’s a wild, living creature that must somehow be tamed.

Avoiding a Bad Reputation

Yesterday we looked at an infographic outlining the real and considerable costs of a bad reputation. Today we’ll look at what you can do to help.

When It Comes to Volunteerism, the Citi Never Sleeps

An earlier Recruiting Daily Advisor article looked at research that suggests a culture of volunteerism has a positive impact on employee recruitment, engagement, and retention. Volunteerism is also about giving back to the community, as global banking giant Citi well knows. The Advisor provides a look at Citi as a best practice example, and to […]

Employees Seek Greener Pastures

Summer’s here and employees are eyeing the exit door. And it’s not with yearning for fun in the sun. One-fourth of the workforce plans to look for a new job this summer, according to a study from Spherion Staffing Services.