A court ruled 100,000 warehouse workers from a major online retailer are owed more than $100 million in back wages and penalties for time spent in security lines at the end of their shifts. Workers were required to pass through metal detectors at the end of every shift as a measure put in…
Added by Jill on May 28, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
I have just been in Atlanta at the global sourcing conference that is known as #SourceCon. The event gathers all of the best sourcers from around the world, and the presenters, participants, drinking partners and general company I kept were full of advice, tips and a few hacks thrown in. I’m better for the experience of having been there.
The second keynote of the day really stood…Continue
Added by Louis Welcomme on February 19, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
The new Affordable Care Act is set to provide American workers with access to quality, affordable health insurance from January 1st, 2014. However, there are still a number of questions as to how employers of temporary and project based workers are going to implement the legislation effectively – and much of…Continue
Added by Jill on January 21, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
There needs to be a healthy balance in satiating the population needs
Employment generation is a key factor,
would appreciate how do companies generate employment opportunities,
what kind of employment opportunities are the majority attracted to, rather put this way what do prospective employees
look for when they look out for a job.
How can a recruiter facilitate an appropriate placement that match's the prospective…Continue
Added by Ravi on September 12, 2012 at 4:55pm — No Comments
In this episode, I discuss location based mobile recruiting with Craig Fisher.
Jim Stroud interviews Craig Fisher at the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. The topic? How to use Foursquare for recruiting (or is that stalking?) purposes. If you are into location based mobile recruiting, be sure to tune in and check this out.
Added by Jim Stroud on June 4, 2012 at 11:42am — No Comments
What’s the percentage of hires to resumes in your company in a given year? I bet you’d be surprised to hear that it’s on average only about five percent. So that means that 95% of the resumes you receive are not part of your companies recruitment strategy. Many great hires could not be made because candidates turned down your offers due to compensation, job location, lack of interest in…Continue
The art of interviewing and candidate briefing
When you have worked in recruitment for far too long it becomes…Continue
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