Dealers Are Hiring HR Leaders from Outside the Auto Industry: What Your Team Can Learn

Hireology

Given the historically low unemployment rate and competitive hiring market, successful dealers recognize the importance of rethinking their recruitment marketing and hiring efforts to attract top talent. Dealers Hiring from Outside the Industry.

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Language Matters in the #MeToo Movement

Globoforce

You can’t go online without hearing about another leader falling from grace. A company investigation found that Raj Nair’s behavior was inconsistent with the company’s culture and code of conduct, but a spokesperson declined to use specific language to elaborate on the claims. Also, a senior executive at UNICEF resigned after he acknowledged “some personal mistakes” in his previous role at another charity called Save the Children.

The Very Real Dangers of AI and How HR Tech Vendors Can Fight Them

Business2Community

We work with a LOT of Artificial Intelligence Recruiting plays and one of the things you realize as you do is that HR and Talent Acquisition are not welcoming these tools with open arms. There are a myriad (founded) of other fears they worry about.

For a Great Mentor Program, Ask These 4 Questions

Namely

Employees love to grow—whether it’s learning new skills or furthering their career—and they look to their company for the training and development. A Korn Ferry survey listed growth opportunities as one of the top three reasons executives “love their job.”

Big Idea 2018: Making the Shift from Employer Brand Launch to Management

exaqueo

Imagine this: your organization spent thousands of dollars to conduct workforce research to build an authentic employer brand that launches perfectly. There is excitement around the new employer brand launch, complete with a thunderclap, champagne and branded cookies. But, what happens after the initial launch and excitement fizzles? There is a risk of recruiters going rogue on messaging. Launching an employer brand is just the first step.

Impact of Workplace Professionalism

Cielo HR Leader

Professionalism is often defined as the code of conduct expected of each employee in the workplace. From attire to demeanor and productivity, professionalism plays a significant role in the direction of your company. From the same study, 48.6%

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