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Recruiting's Rebirth
Technology's transformation of the recruiting function presents recruiters with the opportunity to relearn the art of forging human connections.
Is It Time to 'Fix' the Labor Market?
A new organization is challenging talent leaders to rethink their job requirements.
Expanding In-Person Interviews
A recent executive order from President Trump means that an already lengthy hiring process for individuals from outside the United States will grow even longer still.
North American CandE Winners Revealed
Fifty companies were named to the winners list for the 2017 North American Candidate Experience Awards.
Does It Make Sense to Call a Candidate After Midnight?
One CEO has gained attention for sending text messages to prospective hires at night and on the weekend, in search of employees "who are always thinking" about work. Will we see other companies turning to similar tests to evaluate job candidates? And would that be a good idea?
Why Common Screening Practices May Be Hurting Candidates and Employers
New research finds that most HR professionals lack confidence in their organizations' processes for screening entry-level hires.
Job Seekers Rate the Best Companies to Interview
The winners at the top of this year's Glassdoor list included some relatively unknown names.
Salary History: To Ask or Not to Ask?
A new Glassdoor survey finds many job candidates don't want to be asked about their pay in past positions, and some cities and states have passed laws prohibiting such queries. Legality aside, what sort of value does asking questions about salary history add to the hiring process?
Challenged by Google, Indeed Gets Ready for the Long Game
Indeed's President, Chris Hyams, explains how his company plans to remain vital despite a direct challenge from Google.
A Metric Other Than Time
Companies are looking at factors other than time-to-fill when measuring recruitment's effectiveness.
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