Research from outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas finds that as of mid February, recreational marijuana is legal in nine states, while medicinal marijuana is legal in 29 states. Yet, despite shifting perception of marijuana, many companies still utilize drug tests that screen out job candidates who use marijuana.
Category: Screening, Assessment, Interviewing
Once candidates are found, a variety of measures may help employers choose the final candidate. This may involve interviews, tests, assessment centers, or other means of evaluation.
Progressive, one of the largest providers of insurance in the United States, has announced its hiring plans for 2018. It has also announced that it will no longer ask job candidates to disclose salary history.
In yesterday’s Advisor we began to explore an episode of our HR Works podcast focusing on recruiting. Today we’ll hear more from the great discussion between our Managing Editor Steve Bruce and HR and Recruiting expert Arte Nathan. If you would like, feel free to listen to this episode (number 28) on our HR Works […]
Every company wants to hire the best and the brightest, the superstars who have achieved the equivalent of gold medals in their careers.
Welcome to a special edition of the Recruiting Daily Advisor. Today we’ll be looking at an HR Works podcast episode between our Managing Editor Steve Bruce and HR and Recruiting expert Arte Nathan. If you would like, feel free to listen to this episode (number 28) on our HR Works podcast.
A recent survey of nearly 9,000 talent acquisition leaders and hiring managers worldwide, conducted by professional networking site LinkedIn, provides insight into the interview process, including where to focus for maximum results.
If asked to name key traits of successful recruiters, you would probably cite the usual: communication skills, which include listening; confidence; patience; and flexibility, among others.
Last month, Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, issued a directive to recruiters and hiring managers: nix the salary history questions.
In part one of this article, we noted how frustrating it can be to lose a qualified applicant during the recruiting process—especially if that person walked away because of something the organization could have done differently. We began outlining some tips for recruiters and hiring teams to improve the candidate experience to minimize how often […]
There’s no denying the spark. Your eyes lock – yes, lock – and it seems that neither of you wants to be the first to look away. The conversation flows easily – oh so easily; within half an hour, you’re finishing each other’s sentences. And the laughter. The spontaneous, mutual laughter. You’re convinced you’ve found […]