People with disabilities are job seekers, too. And they represent a very large candidate pool.
Police work, always a tough job, has come under increased scrutiny in recent years—and this scrutiny has contributed to the recruiting challenges law enforcement agencies face.
Before you examine your employer branding strategy, it’s a question worth considering—especially in an environment of ever greater scrutiny.
Yesterday we looked at some tips from Andre Lavoie, CEO of ClearCompany, on how best to find the leaders among your candidates. Today we’ll look at some more guidance from Lavoie on this subject.
If you still think of freelancers as people who occasionally take on work assignments, you’re out of step with today’s employment marketplace. Freelance employment is on the increase, and freelancers now represent a significant percentage of the workforce.
Many employers are trying to increase diversity in their workplaces. It follows that recruiting for diversity offers a simple solution. Having a diverse workforce as a goal requires making sure hiring managers and recruiters are committed to the organization’s objective.
It follows that you want to hire the best, right? Wouldn’t it be great for new hires to be extremely well qualified? After all, isn’t it good for the organization if the new hires have skill sets that go beyond what they need for their current role?
by Elizabeth Petersen This week’s Oswald Letter is a guest post from Elizabeth Petersen, a Project Director for Simplify Compliance.
What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? Yawn.
I often repeat the old saying, “Find something you love to do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” I believe in the spirit of that quote, if not its literal interpretation. That is, sometimes work feels like, well, work. Some days you’re not going to love what you do, no matter what […]