Wrap It Up: Velocity in Tech Recruiting In the first piece of this trilogy, we discussed prioritization and the steps needed to help you shift into high-speed recruiting in a candidate’s market. The second article focused on small adjustments that can be made to maintain recruiting velocity and improve candidate experience and throughput. Here, we’ll discuss
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On episode 84 of The HR Famous Podcast, longtime HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together to discuss business travel during the pandemic, sending late-night emails, and whether you should opt out of a group message. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure
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The 194,000 jobs gained in September was the second-lowest monthly total since the labor-market impact of the pandemic was first felt in April 2020. Only December 2020 was lower during that stretch, when 306,000 jobs were lost.  Granted, moderate job gains were expected last month, especially given the drastic rise in virus counts that peaked
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On episode 84 of The HR Famous Podcast, longtime HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together to discuss business travel during the pandemic, sending late-night emails, and whether you should opt out of a group message. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure
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The 194,000 jobs gained in September was the second-lowest monthly total since the labor-market impact of the pandemic was first felt in April 2020. Only December 2020 was lower during that stretch, when 306,000 jobs were lost.  Granted, moderate job gains were expected last month, especially given the drastic rise in virus counts that peaked
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​Stumbling over the pronunciation of an employee’s, client’s or customer’s name can be more than a workplace faux pas. When it occurs repeatedly—even when the person provides the correct pronunciation—it becomes a microaggression, according to experts, and can lead to people being excluded in the workplace. A recent NameCoach online survey of 1,060 individuals in
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“Equity,” before it joined “diversity” and “inclusion” as a term for ensuring full representation among historically disadvantaged communities, long referred to financial assets that drive the creation of wealth. As it happens, financial equity is vitally important for achieving inclusive equity and assuring upward mobility for racial and ethnic minorities, according to an expert panel
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Organisations around the world are still experiencing culture shock as they transition from traditional to digital learning and development programs. The pandemic, which forced people to work remotely from home, accelerated the need to further revolutionize L&D. In addition, the ensuing labor shortage has made learning and development a tool for both recruiting and retention,
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Dispute Resolution Clause: Drop the Boilerplates One of the biggest misnomers in a creating dispute resolution clause for an employment contract is that the language needs to be a “one-size-fits-all” boilerplate so it can be transferred from contract to contract regardless of type or need. On the contrary, dispute resolution clauses can be completely customized
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ATAP Talent Acquisition Leaders It was a pleasure to celebrate Global Talent Acquisition Day speaking to such an engaging panel of talent acquisition leaders. Among Moderna’s April Eldred, Kathy Erickson of Financial Force, Shelley Jeffcoat of LexisNexis Risk Solutions Group and Tom Hopcroft, president and CEO of Mass Technology Leadership Council, we discussed the uncertainty
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The Green Light Isn’t an Indicator of Productivity Green lights like those found in Slack, Microsoft Teams and Skype have become a staple in the world of remote productivity, but it’s at best a superficial measure of productivity and, at worst, a major distraction. Employees can’t focus on their actual work if they are constantly
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LeadGrabber Pro dons itself as “the world’s best B2B prospecting tool” on the market. It allows you to find contacts who match your model customer or candidate profile using various applications. In terms of sourcing, it’s the veritable bee’s knees, allowing you to pull from websites and job listings en masse without breaking a sweat.
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As HRTech opens doors and digital portals for its second conference of the COVID era, there stands a big unmasked but most likely vaccinated elephant: The Great Resignation. Fifty-five percent of the American workforce are looking for another job. It’s a stunning stat. Departments responsible for employee engagement and retention are managing an especially difficult
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Tech Recruiting in the COVID Era The pandemic has proven that digitalization has been here all along. We simply needed to use it. With the sudden radical call for new technology to support hybrid and remote workforces, there has understandably been an explosion of demand for tech talent. Considering the requirements for talent, standing beneath
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