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An Employee Perspective on Workplace Trends

New research from Paychex sought to learn what employees, not employers, have to say about what shapes an organization. The research offers a useful perspective for any HR professional or recruiter that wonders what jobseekers are looking for when it comes to certain employment trends like benefits and retirement, pay equity, ghosting, and more.

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Employer Compensation Costs Provide Insights for Salary Negotiations

So, you’ve found the perfect candidate and offered him or her the job. But instead of accepting the position, he or she counteroffers with a salary that’s higher than what you offered. Is this rate fair? Or is the candidate just trying to milk it for what it’s worth? When’s the last time you looked […]

Is Your Applicant Tracking System a Security Risk?

When it comes to making sure your employee data are secure, it never hurts to be aware of the ways they can be breached. Today we’ll hear from Raquel Lawrence, content strategy associate at iCIMS about how applicant tracking systems (ATSs) can be a major source of potential insecurity.

Companies Pledge to Support Dreamers

On September 5, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Trump administration would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protects approximately 780,000 undocumented immigrants, known as dreamers, from deportation.

Q&A: Remote Workers and Employment Authorization

The HR Daily Advisor has thoroughly explored how the new administration’s aggressive immigration enforcement policies mean that employers should prepare for more workplace audits and other related activities. Today I’ve brought our Q&A about how that might influence I-9s and other authorizations for remote workers to the Recruiting Daily Advisor. By Holly Jones

More Untouchable Application Questions

Yesterday’s Advisor presented some undesirable employment application questions, including those that concern protected activity or reveal disability information. Today, consultant Bridget Miller shares more questions that your application shouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole. AVOID: Questions That Could Appear to Discriminate Based on Aspects That May Be Covered by State Laws or Other Regulations Here […]