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Guns in the Workplace Policies

Yesterday’s Advisor offered tips from attorney Allan H. Weitzman on cutting-edge policies candidates may inquire about—policies like tech, cell phones, and drugs. Today, Weitzman’s guidelines for gun policies and equal employment opportunity (EEO). Weitzman, a partner with Proskauer Rose LLP, offered his tips at the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Annual Conference and Exposition […]

When Good Interviewers Go Bad…Postcards from a Retired Recruiter

By Kim Seeling Smith “Have you even read my resume?” she asked the interviewer. Sheepishly, he had to admit he had not. He tried to dig himself out of this hole saying that he “liked to approach the interview process with an open mind” and that he “preferred for the candidate to walk through their […]

Cutting-Edge Policies Your Candidates Will Inquire About

Today’s candidates are likely to ask about your policies regarding such things as phone use, internet access, and more. The culture is changing, and so must your organization’s policies. In today’s Advisor, attorney Allan H. Weitzman shares guidelines for cutting-edge policies. Weitzman, a partner with Proskauer Rose LLP, offered his tips at the Society for […]

The Ups and Downs of Team Interviews

Interviewing techniques are constantly evolving, and one of the products of that evolution is team interviews. In today’s Advisor, we’ll discuss some of the pros and cons to team interviews. Of course you want to hire the best applicant for the job. And, you want your hiring processes to help achieve that goal. Many organizations […]

Talent and Performance Management—What’s Really Happening?

What’s happening with talent and performance management in the real world? What are your competitors up to? Help us find out! Please participate in our brief survey and see how what you are doing stacks up against what other successful companies are doing. We’ll get answers to these questions and more: Do you have a […]

2016—HR Under Siege

Yesterday’s Advisor presented tips from a distinguished panel of employment law experts on the “perfect storm” that’s brewing for HR in 2016. Today we present more, including NLRB’s aggressive march into HR territory. Attorney John Husband, with Holland & Hart LLP, moderated the panel at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium held recently in Las Vegas. […]

2016—Perfect Storm for HR

From recruiting to termination, 2016 is looking like the perfect storm for HR, says Attorney John Husband, whose panel opened the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium held recently in Las Vegas. Husband, with Holland & Hart LLP, was joined by Attorneys Mario Bordogna of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, William Bowser of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor […]

More from BLR’s Recruiting Survey

In Yesterday’s Advisor we looked at some of the results of our 2015 Recruiting Survey. Today, more results, plus basic demographic information. The Features of Your Job Website Page Nearly everyone’s job website has “Job descriptions” on it. 63.4% of the job of website boards features an application form, and (61.2%) includes résumé delivery. Which […]

Results of BLR’s 2015 Recruiting Survey

Take a look at BLR’s latest Recruiting Survey. How does your company measure up against the competition? Recruiting Survey The HR Daily Advisor Research Team conducted the Recruiting Survey in November, 2015. Online recruiting has become a quintessential aspect of recruiting overall. This raises a few important questions. To what extent is online recruiting being […]