Finding the ideal candidate to join your company is a challenging task, but it’s gradually becoming easier thanks to advancing technology that not only speeds things up but helps with much of the minutiae of hiring. While many tried and true hiring tactics are still a must, like interviews and checking references, there’s been enough progress to save HR from wasting time on the wrong candidate.Targeted AdsHave you ever had those moments when you’re browsing the web, or just spending time on social media, when suddenly an advertisement appears forSEE DETAILS
Older generations have always been critical of the younger ones. From Socrates referring to youths as “bad-mannered tyrants with a lack of respect for their elders” to current young people being blamed for killing countless industries – the toxicity is real.The current generation receiving the criticism flack is the “millennial,” currently between 21 and 37 years of age. The accusation that they’re the reason for the collapse of several businesses isn’t unfounded. They just can’t afford diamonds, houses, and sometimes even cereal. This comes as no surprise, as millennials carrySEE DETAILS ...
The vast majority of Fortune 100 companies use personality tests to separate the candidacy wheat from the employee-to-be chaff. What do these tests do? Are they worth the time and resources? And more importantly, are they effective? Kathy Brizeli, the Senior Director of Member Services and Client Success at McLean & Company, worked in psychometrics for 12 years at Caliper. Psychometrics is one of many tests used to measure how an applicant’s traits relate to job performance. As an evaluator, Kathy interpreted assessment results and relayed them back to theSEE DETAILS
To have a successful company, it’s extremely important to understand the importance of a Human Resources department. HR is more than a department in your organization; it encompasses different facets and plays significant roles. Its existence is vital for any business, big or small.