The heart and soul of every great company is its people and the most successful organizations are those in which the passions of its employees match the guiding principles of the business.
We’re hearing this from the majority of our clients and that they are having difficulty in attracting qualified workers.
HR professionals are having a hard time recruiting new hires.
President Obama directs the Office of Personnel Management to delay questions about criminal history to later in the job application process
Employers say they plan to hire 11% more fresh college graduates for U.S. jobs this year than last, according to a new survey.
OKR is a simple system that helps a company organize and execute its goals. It starts at the top, and travels down the chain of command within a company. Google didn’t invent the OKR system. It came from Intel. And many other companies use a similar system.
Nothing will ever be the same.
Great article filled with practical advice that highlights the “theory of quarters” when it comes to recruiting & hiring.
“For starters, if you’re not using an applicant tracking system, you should be. ‘Studies have shown that you can actually improve your efficiency by at least 50% through an applicant tracking system.’ And there are plenty to choose from. Find whichever one works best for your hiring needs. The point is that once you have this software in place, you’ll also have a data layer for your recruiting efforts.” ~ Eric Feng, Flipboard CTO