HRchat: Shining a Light on Candidate Experience with Kevin W. Grossman [podcast]
Aug22

HRchat: Shining a Light on Candidate Experience with Kevin W. Grossman [podcast]

In this episode of the HRchat show, Bill Banham is joined by Kevin W. Grossman, Talent Board President and Co-Founder of the WorkingTech show. As Talent Board President, Kevin is responsible for all aspects of the Candidate Experience Awards program and other Talent Board activities for North America. Previously, Kevin co-founded the TalentCulture “world of work” community with Meghan M. Biro and developed and co-hosted the popular...

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10 Clear Signs Of A Bad Hire!
Aug07

10 Clear Signs Of A Bad Hire!

Bad hires are bad business. The minute you decide that you are in need of a new employee is when recruitment starts, whether this is happening because of the expanding of the company, or because someone has left the company. The whole process can be a long and time-consuming one, from creating a job description to advertising to selecting candidates for interview to the actual interview itself and much more. It’s always a massive...

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Six Reasons Why You Should Opt for HRMS Software
Jun28

Six Reasons Why You Should Opt for HRMS Software

Developing the right software architecture is important for businesses to thrive. Automation of different processes can help organizations achieve higher productivity. Streamlining of workforce management processes with the help of HRMS software is equally important for businesses to achieve desired results. After all, employees form an important part of the work culture of any organization. Most organizations prefer the integrated...

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What to Look for When Hiring a Recruiter
Jun13

What to Look for When Hiring a Recruiter

Nowadays, a recruiter has to manage diverse positions, where each requires a very specific set of skills and experience. To make things even worse (or better, from candidates’ perspective), now, candidates have access to a tremendous power given to them by the internet and social media. Powerful Candidates Now, anyone can very easily tweet and post a review on Facebook or Glassdoor of their experience at each stage of the recruitment...

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Top 5 Most Desirable Employee Benefits
Jun12

Top 5 Most Desirable Employee Benefits

  With more and more startups emerging every year, it has become abundantly clear that for a company to keep their best employees, they need to come up with a substantial benefits package, that will motivate them to continue and thrive in their organisation. According to The Harvard Business Review, 60% of job seekers stated that great perks and a healthy benefits portfolio are the main reason they consider applying to a company....

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5 Pieces of Advice to Get You Ready for an Interview with a Developer
Jun09

5 Pieces of Advice to Get You Ready for an Interview with a Developer

As web-based technology becomes more and more important for businesses of all shapes and sizes, Human Resources (HR) managers need to be prepared to interview web developers. This can be a daunting task for HR managers in small to medium-sized businesses that don’t yet employ someone in this position. As the HR manager, you may find yourself unsure what to ask a web developer with a strong technical background. Therefore, HR...

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Engendering Transgenderism In The Modern Workplace
Jun07

Engendering Transgenderism In The Modern Workplace

Many years ago I worked with a guy called Terry. Terry was quiet, but friendly enough, a bit of a loner, but social enough. Terry was introverted, but just outgoing enough to be someone with whom to look forward to having a chat. We crossed paths often in the kitchen, the men’s room, the elevator, Starbucks, etc. We would chat about everything from food, life, family, and sports, to shoes. One day during a chat about our childhood I...

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6 Insider Interview Rules to Getting the Job
Jun06

6 Insider Interview Rules to Getting the Job

Your heart is racing. You’ve been searching for months. You want this job so badly – you can taste it. Your hands are sweating. You have the skills, but you struggle in sealing the deal at the interview. A story we have heard literally hundreds of times in our line of work… and with good reason. Interviews are stressful. They challenge comfort levels, open up vulnerabilities, and carry enormous pressure to produce a positive outcome…...

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