False information on resumes is on the rise, according to new survey data.
A recent survey suggests that nearly everyone believes that cultivating diversity in the workplace is critical for driving innovation.
As employers and jobseekers take their respective positions in this year’s talent hunt, both can benefit from insight on which roles will be highly recruited for in the months ahead.
As we discussed in yesterday’s Advisor, most American workers wouldn’t work at a company with a bad reputation. Today, we’ll discuss some more strategies for improving your bad reputation or for keeping your good one constant. Making Room for Employment Branding Does your company have an employment branding program? How about even one employee dedicated […]
In a competitive and complex job market, relationships reign supreme, says a recently-released survey from recruiting technology provider Jobvite. Seventy-eight percent of responding recruiters said they found their best-quality candidates through referrals. Highlights of the Jobvite Survey Recruiters are facing an increasingly demanding and competitive talent market. 95% of recruiters anticipate the job market to […]
Today, there’s a fundamental disconnect for employers and employees, says Ben Casnocha, entrepreneur and cofounder of LinkedIn. The old company-as-family approach is gone (if it ever existed), but you can’t build a lasting, innovative business when employees act like free agents. Where’s the middle ground?
However you go about finding candidates, you’ll eventually wind up with a stack—paper or digital—of candidates’ credentials. Your time is precious. You don’t want to waste it reviewing the credentials/résumés of unqualified candidates.