From the National Employment Law Project's guide Criminal Background Checks: A Best Practices Guide for Employers:Read More
Since mid-2010, the latest technology tool by ebosswatch.com has been nearly as popular among human resources and hiring managers as it has been with job seekers. Read More
I have been told to look for the following traits/competencies when interviewing job applicants:
Which particular questions should we ask?
—Hiring for Attitude, recruitment specialist, Milan, Italy
What steps do we take to develop an effective executive-selection process?
—Changes at the Top, Director of Staffing and Selection, St. Louis
The tool focuses on three federal tax incentive programs: the Work Opportunity Credit, which can provide a maximum $2,400 tax credit; the Disabled Access Credit, which helps small businesses defray the cost of providing special equipment; and the Architectural Barrier Removal Tax Deduction, which provides a deduction of up to $15,000 for the removal of architectural and transportation barriers to persons with disabilities and senior citizens.Read More
The purpose of the center, Marsh & McLennan announced Oct. 4, ‘will be to become a catalyst for new ideas and perspectives on retirement and to educate the public and key constituents on retirement public policy issues.’Read More
I am HR Manager a nonprofit mental-health organization. Many managers are complaining about poor workplace behaviors of employees. Although not illegal, these behaviors are unhealthy and unproductive. Employees do not seem capable of getting along with each other, and it's harming our ability to work efficiently. What can I do to address these behaviors and improve this toxic work environment?
Suppose unemployed applicants charge that they were not hired because of their unemployment status. They could allege that, despite the absence of any written policy, hiring managers abide by an unwritten policy to exclude unemployed applicants. It’s up to the company—and HR leaders in particular—to be prepared.Read More
Performing an Internet search on a job applicant is akin to interviewing them, according to a lawyer who spoke at a session on social media at the annual Risk & Insurance Management Society Inc. conference in Vancouver.Read More