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The Comprehensive Guide to Must-Know Tech Lingo for Recruiters

As a high-level tech recruiter, your job is to find the perfect fit for the available roles in your company. It’s not an easy task for an obvious reason: you’re a recruiter, not a developer. Yet you must screen candidates and discuss detailed job requirements for positions outside your personal area of expertise. Whether you’re just embarking

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The Impact of Individual Learning Styles on L&D Outcomes

Everyone has his or her own most effective learning method, whether he or she knows it or not. Some people learn best by sitting through or watching a lecture. Others may learn best by reading a text or an instruction manual. Others may prefer to dive in and learn by doing. Some tend to ask

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3 Ways HR Departments and Public Health Officers Can Join Forces

If the pandemic has taught businesses one thing, it is the importance of adaptability and community. Our ability to change and respond to new challenges has been put to the test nearly monthly, as new business protocols and safety measures become the new normal. Most importantly, this pandemic has also taught us—as individuals, businesses, organizations,

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Episode 260: The Role of the CHRO Leading a Global Organization

Today’s podcast is part of a series on the Workology Podcast focused on the role and responsibilities of the Chief Human Resources Officer, or CHRO. The CHRO is an executive or C-level role that deals with managing human resources, as well as with organizational development and implementing policies of change to improve the overall efficiency

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5th Circuit Rejects Discrimination, Hostile Work Environment Claims

A former employee failed to establish she was subjected to a hostile work environment and discriminated and retaliated against by her former employer, the U. S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit (which covers Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi employers) recently ruled, affirming the district court’s decision. The appellate court’s opinion offers guidance on how

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How to Get Started With Video Interviews

Almost every organization has approved for the work from home scenario during the COVID-19 outbreak. During this scenario, the recruiters of every company have to adjust, they still need to perform the hiring according to the requirements of their company. The real big challenge is how to conduct the interviews like it was before the

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How Your Office Space Affects Your Employees

The employees in your startup or established business are one of your biggest assets. Their morale, health, and overall wellness have an impact on your bottom-line, success, and growth. All of these factors rely heavily on their workplace environment. Just so you are aware, here are a few ways your office space affects your employees.

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