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Making Diversity Central to Success: Q&A With Chevron’s Chief Diversity Officer

HR Digest

Diversity is an overused word, but at Chevron it’s a perfect description of its corporate culture. The company’s 2018 Corporate Responsibility Report highlights how diversity and inclusion (D&I) feature so centrally in the company’s success story.

Build a Global Recruiting Machine Like This Top HR Executive

Spark Hire

Brad Wilkins, Vice President of Human Resources at Altisource, joins The Growth Recruiting Podcast to showcase how their 150+ recruiting team produces incredible results. In this episode, you’ll learn what a well-oiled recruiting machine looks like.

The Top CEO Concern Today: Speed of Change

HR Bartender

I’ve always read that the number one concern of CEOs is recruiting and retaining talent. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t believe they were saying that recruiting and retention weren’t important anymore. My take was that recruiting and retention are a given.

Un-Conventional HR

HRO Today

Liz McAuliffe: I was a partner at a law firm in Seattle when Starbucks recruited me to join its legal department as an in-house employment attorney. Recruiters became “Talent Scouts” who look for internal talent as well as external talent.

A Two-Way Street

HRO Today

In all cases, the employer benefits from the continued flexibility while having a larger and more diverse pool of candidates to choose from,” says Brian Knapp, head of MSP programs at Sevenstep. Temp-to-hire roles are driving better hiring decisions among both employers and employees.

10 Best HR and Recruitment Blogs to Follow in 2018


Here’s a list of top 10 HR and Recruitment blogs that you may like to follow in 2018. It even includes a Q&A column where the Evil HR Lady answers a diverse range of user-submitted questions. As well as publishing a quarterly magazine, they post regular online articles that cover news and trends related to leadership, culture, training & development, recruitment, compensation & benefits, and HR technology.

How the Biggest Trends of 2015 Have Impacted HR and Recruitment


Yes, we’ve seen a rapid evolution in technology over the last decade or so, but 2015 was definitely the year where those advancements made a huge impact on the workforce, especially when it comes to HR and recruitment. Social Media’s Impact on HR and Recruitment.

Peter Fasolo, CHRO at Johnson & Johnson, On the Value of Transformational Growth and Innovation

HR Digest

Such a degree of corporate socialization can also stifle innovation and overall cognitive diversity. Individuals who have the skills and background to move across our businesses have a higher probability of advancing through the organization because we view diverse experience as a major strength and key driver of innovation and growth. From that lens, we view generational diversity not only as a real strength for our business but as an imperative.


5 Tips for Removing Unconscious Bias Towards Female Assignees

HR Daily Advisor

In larger organizations with strong commitments to Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) goals, the criteria goes so far as to require diversity of candidates. Companies with predecision scorecards to assess assignee fit can include gender diversity as one metric.

How The Biggest Trends Of 2015 Have Impacted HR And Recruitment

SAP Innovation

Yes, we’ve seen a rapid evolution in technology over the last decade or so, but 2015 was definitely the year where those advancements made a huge impact on the workforce, especially when it comes to HR and recruitment. It’s only natural of course, that technology has had—and will continue to have—an impact on the workforce and, by extension, HR and recruitment. Social media’s impact on HR and recruitment. The entire recruitment marketing game has changed.

The Top 27 Talent Management Resources


A group blog run by members of Oracle’s Fusion HCM team, TalentedApps focuses on everything from compensation to learning management, to brown-nosers at work. Recruiting animal. Talent Management Magazine. Workforce Magazine. Human Resource Executive Magazine.

How to ensure your tech talent pool is poaching proof

Hacker Earth

A recruiter reached out to me with this message a few months ago-. In recruitment, talent poaching (if it works out) could mean nirvana for your competitor but a nightmare for you. Thanks to the tech talent crunch, tech recruiters most times end up getting the raw end of the deal.

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How to hire senior executive level employees

Hacker Earth

How to recruit quality senior executive candidates. The first step to reducing this high failure rate would be to design the right recruitment strategy to help make confident, accurate hiring decisions. Try to hire for diversity, be it in terms of skills or perspectives.

3 ways to build job candidates’ trust through transparency


Since taking a new position can require a leap of faith, they want to understand and align with your organization – from your commitment to diversity and fair pay to your dedication to corporate responsibility. Diversity report. The first type of report you should consider creating is a diversity report. Diversity is important to employers because it’s the catalyst for innovation. Want more ideas on how to recruit your next A-player?

15 Best Job Ads Examples (2019)

The Magnet: Attract Candidates To You

Rich Recruitment Content. Diversity and Inclusion Content — Whether highlighting your diversity statement and/or diversity and inclusion initiatives “64% of candidates say that diversity and inclusion is an important factor in their decision.” Compensation/Salary Range — The #1 thing candidates want to see on a job ad. Awesome hero image of a diverse group of employees.

Could Robots Replace HR?

HR Daily Advisor

Which aspects of HR and recruiting will be automated, and which won’t? Recruitment and Retention . AI can also do a good job of identifying diverse candidates for a job , potentially more diverse than an individual hiring manager relying on his or her own networks.

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Speed of Change is the C-Suite’s Biggest Concern

Great Place to Work

For years, the number one concern of CEOs has been recruiting and retaining talent. This isn’t a signal that recruiting and retention aren’t important anymore. In fact, recruiting and retention are a given.

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18


BenFanning1 : #INC Magazine Leadership Columnist and Speaker: Free report to get the most out of your workforce. Passion for recruitment technology, workplace efficiency & analytics! From recruiting, to coaching to compensation plans…we can help!

Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018


HRTech #FutureofWork #AI #HCM #Leadership #Recruiting #WomenInTech #HRTechnology #Digitalworkplace #TalentMobility #CHRO #PeopleAnalytics #HRTechExpo #EmployeExperience #WomenInBusiness #Analytics #Chatbot #Blockchain #EmployeeExperience. JustinThenutai : Recruiting at Microsoft.

Lockheed Martin’s Patricia Lewis on Inspiring the Next Generation of STEM Professionals

HR Digest

It's woven through all aspects of our leadership processes, from recruitment to learning and development, recognition and succession planning. This article was published in the April 2019 issue of The HR Digest magazine. Lewis is responsible for Lockheed Martin’s diverse workforce of 100,000 employees in over 50 countries around the world.

Hot in #HR: 6 Millennial Secrets, Salary Lies


Magazine). 6 Millennial Secrets, Salary Lies #millennials #compensation Click To Tweet. Trending Topics (Diversity and the 2% Problem, Women Raise More Money). Learn how HRmarketer software can help your HR and recruiting brand do a better job at content marketing. Week in Review – Popular Content. 6 Secret Habits of Highly Successful Millennials (#1: Nine hours of sleep per night.) (Inc. Why are Millennials more successful than older people?

A New Management Mindset: 6 Keys for Greater Staffing Stability

HR Daily Advisor

If it is mostly within the first 90 days, you likely have a recruiting issue, are not giving people a realistic job preview, or your front-line managers are scaring people away. Today’s workforce is extremely diverse not only in regards to race, religion, gender, generation, etc.