Among the remedies: Know which laws apply, and then ensure that your recruiting methods comply with these laws.
Limiting discussion of trade secrets and other confidential, proprietary information is fine. Wages and other terms and conditions of employment, however, are off limits.
The importance of having your union avoidance strategy in place before a union comes knocking will be even more important if these new election rules take hold.
We've completed our skills gap analysis and competency profile - but we can't find enough good candidates in the job market who have the right skills. Now that we have all this information, where do we go from here? — Only Half the Problem, HR consultant, Nairobi
For its effective mobile recruiting technology, CACI International is the winner of the silver Optimas Award for Recruiting.
We need a strategy that is effective but won't be cumbersome or costly. What are the keys to using social tools to recruit? —Behind the Curve, human resources representative, finance/insurance/real estate, North Hollywood, California
Message in a bottle? You’re hired. Tarot reading? You should have known better.
Chen, who was born in the United States and is of Chinese heritage, had plastic surgery on her eyes after being told she needed to 'Westernize' her appearance.
We have a dilemma. We have some positions for which we can’t internally promote our existing employees, since they lack the requisite skills (leading teams, innovating, etc.). We considered promoting some folks anyway, but decided against it. That means we now are in the process of recruiting external candidates. Here’s the question: How could we reasonably know that a person externally hired will be better (and stay longer) than someone we promote from within and train? —A Worried Executive, services, Amherst, Massachusetts
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A number of companies have built talent-specific search tools and databases that offer recruiters a one-stop destination to review a candidate’s Web presence.