Month: August 2019

Recruiting in Europe? How Talent Acquisition Differs Overseas

When we talk about regional differences in employment regulations, the uniqueness of the American at-will employment contract often comes up. In most other countries, to avoid risks of wrongful termination, a more significant set of regulations usually come into play before a due process in terminating an employee can be considered complete. What doesn’t come

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Future-Proofing Your HR Strategy: 10 tactics to ensure your HR strategies keep you relevant

We’ve been hearing a lot about the concept of future-proofing your business like it’s something entirely new. In reality, wise companies have been future-proofing all along. Regardless of its roots, future proofing—which we’ll simply define as the ability to remain relevant among your competitors—is critical to the long-term success of any organization. While there’s lots

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Multiple Internships Give Job Seekers the Edge — Here’s Why That Matters to Candidates, Recruiters, and Employers:

At a variety of conferences and meetings of career centers over the past few years, colleges and universities have expressed their plans to invest in new internship programs and increase the sizes of the programs they offer. At higher education institutions across the country, students are being encouraged to pursue internships to build experience, develop professional

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Retaining Younger Workers: What Can Millennials Tell Us About Lowering Gen. Z Turnover?

Millennials are three times more likely to leave their jobs than workers of previous generations, and as Generation Z begins to enter the workforce, many talent leaders are wondering if they will continue their predecessors’ penchant for job hopping. It may be helpful, then, to examine the factors that have influenced millennial behavior and discern …

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Is Text-Based Recruiting Taking the ‘Human’ out of ‘Human Resources’?

A good first impression at a job interview used to consist of a polite smile, a firm handshake, and stylish business dress. Today, your first impression may be based solely on how well you reply to a recruiter’s incoming text message. My advice? Go easy on the emojis. In a bid to save time, a new

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