Four in ten employers plan to bring in temporary and contract workers next year, up from 36 percent in last year’s survey and 34 percent in the survey from two years ago.Read More
Software by HarQen Inc. enables automated phone screening of applicants, but the technology takes getting used to.
This case asks whether one can qualify as a supervisor under Title VII if one is given any authority to direct and oversee another's daily work, or if supervisory status is limited to those who have the power to hire, fire, demote, promote, transfer, or discipline others.Read More
Matching people and skills with available jobsRead More
Looking to leverage the technical and leadership skills of military personnel, three in 10 hope to fill information technology positions with veterans.Read More
Recruiters across industries know that referrals generally deliver the best candidates, and now thanks to social media sites, they are cheaper and easier to find.
Over the past several months, software vendors across the industry have announced social-recruiting releases and acquisitions.
Telecommuting policies and rented hotel space help organizations cope with the storm.
Businesses set up shop at hotels and cafes to power through electricity outages and complete projects on deadline.Read More
Michigan officials have received calls from about 30 staffing and recruiting companies concerned with the policy. While the state is not changing the policy for now, a workaround is available, officials say.Read More