Why Organizations Need to Be Transparent About Layoffs
The remote work face-off may lead some employers to use failure to return to the office as an excuse for mass layoffs. Here's why they shouldn't.
How to Keep the Great Resignation From Sinking Your Workforce
New research from PwC suggests the Great Resignation will continue for at least another year. Here are some tips to safeguard against a mass exodus.
Are You Safeguarding Against Bias in Your AI Hiring Systems?
AI and machine-learning algorithms promise to sort through applicants faster, but this speed can come at a cost without proper oversight.
What Does Gen Z Think About the Workplace?
Zoomers are joining the labor market and ushering in new perspectives. How can organizations create a culture this next generation of workers will embrace?
ZoomInfo Steps Up Recruiting Focus with Comparably Acquisition
Customer data specialist ZoomInfo is aiming to create a platform that will help recruiters attract and engage job candidates.
Using AI to Onboard New Recruits May Be a Bad Idea
Artificial intelligence is making inroads into recruiting and onboarding, but organizations looking to harness its benefits should proceed with caution.
What's Next for Internships?
Hybrid or remote, today's workplace is giving a new look to the concept of internship. Here are four ways it is changing.
In Talent Acquisition, the Future Holds More AI
If AI is so good at recruiting, why didn't it anticipate half of employees would leave their jobs within a year? Here's why companies are still considering it.
How Dropping the Degree Can Solve Your Recruiting Challenge
Eliminating the college degree requirement in hiring can broaden the pool and find hidden gems. Here's how to start.
Geographic Fluidity and the Quest for Talent
Not only is technology helping businesses survive a global crisis, it’s also changing the dynamics of the labor market in fundamental ways.
Modern Hire Launches Automated Interview Tool Backed by Artificial Intelligence
Modern Hire has launched Automated Interview Creator, an AI-enhanced interview tool that helps recruiters find the top applicants quickly.
How Gig and Freelance Workers Can Support Your Workforce Strategy
As businesses battle increased employee turnover, some organizations are turning to freelancers and gig workers to fill in-demand positions.
The Great Resignation Opens Doors for Recruiters
Lots of demand but not enough supply is forcing recruiters to change their approach to fill open roles. It also means lots of job opportunities for them.
4 Trends That Will Shape Employee Experience in 2022
Amid the Great Resignation and the 'new normal' of the digital workplace, HR tech and applications are at the center of employee experience this year.
It’s a Good Time to Be in Recruiting. Here’s Why
With the Great Resignation in full swing, there’s positive news for one group of US workers: talent recruiting experts.
Get Reworked Podcast: Is TV the Solution to the Recruiting Challenges of the Great Resignation?
Over the last year, Comcast piloted a new approach to recruiting using voice search through the TV. Early results have been promising, says Meredith Sadoulet.
Top 10 Learning & Talent Management Articles of 2021
From diversity and inclusion, onboarding, performance management and recruiting, here's a look back at the year's top learning and talent management stories.
Candidates Turn the Tables to Ghost Employers
With the unemployment rate moving steadily downward and the number of open positions outstripping the number of workers to take them, the dynamic has shifted.
The Job Market for HR Talent Is Hotter than Tech
Of the occupational sectors that Indeed tracks, human resources is second only to loading and stocking jobs in the growth of the number of job postings.
'Frictionless' Recruiting to Survive the Great Resignation
Employers need to adapt to retain their valued employees, as well as hire new ones. Here are some lessons learned for recruiting amidst the churn.