To increase a job’s likelihood of being noticed, HR practitioners must first research what keywords are commonly used as it relates to that position.Read More
She succeeds Chris Clarke, who stepped down in December after 11 years with Boyden World Corp. The firm also named Gerhard Raisig to chairman from interim chairman and managing partner of Boyden Germany.Read More
The novel interactive game, called My Marriott Hotel, was born out of the mega-hospitality corporation’s quest to fill 50,000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2011.Read More
I have been given the assignment of establishing a strategic plan for staffing to become a "world-class staffing department." The trouble is, lack of data into our past: All historical information compiled from our previous HR manager got tossed during a reorganization. So how do we gain insights into where we have been, so we know which directions to take going forward? Any suggestions?Read More
Thanks in part to the explosion of social media, more employers are capitalizing on the credibility and power of employee word-of-mouth.Read More
‘What works in the United States doesn’t work abroad. … In Europe, what’s private stays private,’ an attorney says.Read More
Every corporation, from Google on down, can learn a lesson from the comprehensive and bold recruiting practices currently in use by the military.Read More
Recruiters at our company have a tough time closing deals. They gather specifications, source qualified candidates, screen and interview candidates and compile 'short lists'--and then they wait to hear back. Trouble is, I think our recruiters either a) have poor communication skills or b) aren't doing their jobs efficiently. How do I identify and plug the gap? What training modules might exist for enhancing their skills?