Campus. Job Board. Open House. Choosing a Route to Recruit…

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Anyone who has ever worked in HR or on a talent recruiting team will be more than aware that finding that ideal candidate consumes plenty of all the above. So what''s the best way to go about recruiting in today''s climate? Should you save travelling time and expenses and invest in online job boards or invite candidates to come to you? Or is it worth going that extra mile to visit a student campus to attract young, up and coming talent? The post Campus.

Campus. Job Board. Open House. Choosing a Route to Recruit…

New to HR

Anyone who has ever worked in HR or on a talent recruiting team will be more than aware that finding that ideal candidate consumes plenty of all the above. So what’s the best way to go about recruiting in today’s climate? Should you save travelling time and expenses and invest in online job boards or invite candidates to come to you? Or is it worth going that extra mile to visit a student campus to attract young, up and coming talent?

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Why Blended Learning Works Best for Some Companies

Rallyware for Human Resources

Classroom training is dead. ELearning is the only effective tool for today’s learners. Does it mean that older approaches are really outdated and don’t contribute to the learning success anymore? We can’t deny changes that technology has brought to our lives in terms of mobility, instant feedback and gratification, seamless communication, 24/7 easy access to information, and the like. Blended learning: its essence and tips to make it work.

Research: Here’s What Generation Z Candidates Want at Work

Yello

Generation Z job seekers are the newest demographic to join the working ranks. Understanding what motivates these newest entrants to the workforce is critical to attract, engage and retain Gen Z talent. The majority expect an offer within two weeks. Stay present on campus.

Exploring Virtual Collegiate Recovery In the Era of COVID-19: Building an Online Community

EverFi - HR

As campuses around the country made the shift to a virtual environment, those charged with overseeing collegiate recovery programs and resources have had to quickly identify what it all means for a community that is one of our most resilient, but at the same time one of our most vulnerable.

Exploring Virtual Collegiate Recovery In the Era of COVID-19: Building an Online Community

EverFi - HR

As campuses around the country made the shift to a virtual environment, those charged with overseeing collegiate recovery programs and resources have had to quickly identify what it all means for a community that is one of our most resilient, but at the same time one of our most vulnerable. This is the first of a three-part series exploring the concept of virtual collegiate recovery. How to Select the Right Tool.

2020 Trends: College and University layoffs

Intoo USA

Do universities share the same fate as department stores? However, while many of the current trends in this educational sea change include university layoffs, not every college is approaching the challenge in the same way. According to the U.S.

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Portfolio Careers and the Corona Virus: Risks and Opportunities

Thrive Global

In the wake of the outbreak of the Corona virus, there’s been much speculation on how it may affect the global economy. Former Economic Council Chairman Austan Goolsbee wrote an insighful piece in The New York Times last weekend about what the virus my portend for the U.S.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Do Online Classes Make Sense for.

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Monday, July 20, 2009 Do Online Classes Make Sense for Your Career? When I graduated from college -- even though I loved the experience -- I literally ran to my car after the ceremony, speeding away in my 72 Olds Cutlass Supreme. (An People just did the work and never challenged anything that was said. Check out the U.S.

Best Practices for Higher Education Faculty Layoffs & Furloughs

Intoo USA

Due to the coronavirus crisis, many universities and colleges have had to make rapid workforce changes. For HR personnel, navigating university furloughs and layoffs may initially seem overwhelming, but with these helpful tips, the learning curve doesn’t have to be that steep. .

Determining If an On-site Fitness Center is Right For You

TalentCulture

Think the days of the company gym have gone by the wayside? Amid the boom in individualized fitness apps and technology, many organizations are also doubling down and expanding their use of on-site fitness centers. One of our clients, University of Louisville, has made its on-site fitness center a hub for the entire well-being program—“ Get Healthy Now.” On-site fitness centers can generate healthcare savings.

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Confessions From a First-Year Solopreneur in 2020

Thrive Global

Severe storms, high winds, and heavy rains expected — TOP 4 confessions & reflections from my first year as a self-employed career coach. This was my mantra as I entered my first year of self-employment as a full-time career coach. Lesson #3 Find the flowers. “No

“How to live a more focused life” with Vincent Miceli

Thrive Global

I turn off my phone long before I go to bed, and I wake up early, long before I have anything scheduled. If I know I’m going to have a tough conversation, I turn off social media, with its petty bickering, and keep my mind on the task at hand. They would take care of the bills.

The 5 Ws of AI Recruiting: What You Need to Know

Eightfold

AI recruiting is any technology that uses artificial intelligence to support one or more aspects of the recruiting process (intake, sourcing, engagement, scheduling, evaluation, etc.). For example, an intake meeting between a recruiting lead and the hiring manager is prone to miscommunication. Hiring managers often feel that recruiting business partners do not understand their needs, while the recruiters will say hiring managers don’t explain themselves clearly enough.

my boss is mentoring my employee, holding doors for coworkers, and more

Ask a Manager

I’m recognized at work for being highly inclusive and engaged in the success of each person on my team. I regularly meet with my employees and coach them in real time. The two of them work closely every day, considering she is her assistant, and they could even be considered friends.

Kevin Dorsey of PatientPop: “Learn the way that they talk. ”

Thrive Global

Never provide the price to someone that doesn’t want what you have and can’t tell you why they want it. Not only is this very important, but it should also make closing so much easier on the rep. Before we dig in, our readers would like to learn a bit more about you.

“It can be used by dangerous people to create danger and by responsible people to accelerate positive change” with Alexandra Shadrow, and Tyler Gallagher

Thrive Global

In sustainable fashion we have a saying: “clothes won’t change the world, the people who wear them will.” My position with AI is the same. AI won’t pose a danger to the world, the people who apply it will. What lessons can others learn from your story?

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Ryan Novak of Chocolate Pizza Company: “Succeed first, expand later”

Thrive Global

As your company changes, so do the supporting players. The view from the summit is impressive; so are the storms. He is a 40 Under Forty awardee and was honored as “Young Alumnus of the Year” by SU’s Whitman School of Management. But no one would finance the deal.

“Write down wins for every day” With Caitlin Jones

Thrive Global

Write down wins for every day — it’s easy to forget the small amounts of progress we make each day, especially for high-achievers. They certainly won’t live on in our heads while we pursue the next great thing. I started dancing at the age of 3. It was the best.

Rachel H Graham: “Failure is not an option”

Thrive Global

Some of the most beautiful things come out of life’s challenges. I am now forever grateful for the challenges I was put through. In the dark moments, I found unknown parts of me that I’ve used this to do very purposeful work. Let’s now turn to the main focus of our discussion.

Employers Are Using Snapchat to Reach Generation Z

TalentCulture

After just four weeks of running a series of ads that prompted Snapchat users to swipe to the McDonald’s careers page, the fast food chain has received 35 percent more job applications as compared to this time last year, according to Jez Langhorn, the senior director in human resources at McDonald’s USA, in Oak Brook, Ill. More than half of those new hires in company-owned restaurants are expected to be between the ages of 16 and 24. based career coach.

Influencers Ophira and Tali Edut, The AstroTwins, Share Their Top Selfcare, Wellness, and Beauty Tips

Thrive Global

Dressing up, just for the heck of it, is another beauty booster. The stress, mental energy, long hours, lack of restful sleep and preoccupation that result from a high-achievement life seem to directly inhibit wellness. We have been the official astrologers for ELLE for over a decade.

John Bodrozic of HomeZada: “Tracking all your costs and keeping all the documentation is extremely important”

Thrive Global

Consumers want a value added beyond the transaction and an ongoing digital relationship with these providers. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame. Can you tell us the “backstory” about what brought you to the Real Estate industry?

“Courage is the largest prerequisite to make plans” With Charlie Katz & Adem Selita

Thrive Global

Courage is the largest prerequisite to make plans when the future is so unpredictable. A leader should exude courage in all that they do, but most importantly in their ability to lead their team into the unknown and become a coach to those around them.

Matt Bachmann & Ben Gordon of Wandering Bear Coffee: “Hire people before you need them”

Thrive Global

We learned this early on, and then we’ve re-learned every six months or so. and something that you don’t need to be the one doing and can hire for?—?like, Matt Bachmann is the Co-Founder and CEO of Wandering Bear Coffee. Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that?

Matt Bachmann and Ben Gordon of Wandering Bear Coffee: “Just get started”

Thrive Global

The best learning you get is by doing and the power you hold as an early stage company is the ability to test things quickly and cheaply without huge repercussions. Matt Bachmann is the Co-Founder and CEO of Wandering Bear Coffee. That’s the one that sticks out.

Despicable Shes

PerformanceICreate

All month on the blog we’ve been honoring Women’s History Month with positive, uplifting, and empowering posts about the phenomenal women we know personally and professionally. A few of the posts offered insight into recognizing and overcoming the unconscious biases imposed upon working women. This post will shine the light on the darkest of women “leaders”. The DESPICABLE SHES. One of those roles was “The Mother”.

“The Five Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Very Successful Tech Company” with Stacy Kirk

Thrive Global

The investment of quality over speed is essential. As a part of my series about “Lessons From Inspirational Women Leaders in Tech”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Stacy Kirk. They offer solutions that have saved their clients thousands of dollars and decreased their time to market.

Google Talk on Algorithms and AI (Who Owns the Outcome?)

HR Examiner

Algorithms & AI – Who Owns the Outcome Google Talk. Before the pandemic we used to have these things called “talks” where a group of people…wait…sorry, I know it’s a bit hazy at this point but you remember how this works right? And so the volume.

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Chastity Lord: “We are who we’ve been waiting for”

Thrive Global

We are fortunate to have helped so many women and their children over the years. There are a wide variety of stories in each city that could paint a different picture but equally demonstrate the real impact of the program on young women struggling to lift themselves out of systemic poverty.

Borrow the Tactic the San Francisco 49ers Used to Go from Laughingstock to Super Bowl Contender

Linkedin Talent Blog

The San Francisco 49ers, a laughingstock of the National Football League just three years ago , will take the field on Sunday for Super Bowl LIV (54, for those rusty on Roman numerals). Jeff has cited LinkedIn’s list of the Top Companies to back his point.

AI, Algorithms, and Who Owns the Outcome (Video)

HR Examiner

Panelist: Jeff Dunn, Campus Relations Manager for Intel. This is a talk I gave at Google’s Mountain View campus at the end of 2018 on AI, algorithms, and intelligent software in recruiting. After my presentation, I moderated an expert panel to find answers to the big questions with AI and Intelligent Software coming into recruiting and HR. AI Algorithms and Who Owns the Outcome. I use the phrase intelligent tools advisedly. And the last thing is.

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Health Insurance Carriers Launch Initiatives in Response to COVID-19

VeriCred

The extensions include: Waiving member cost-sharing for inpatient admissions for treatment of COVID-19 or health complications associated with COVID-19 for Commercial and Medicare Advantage plan members, through December 31, 2020. The free access will run until June 14.