Social media is a reality for all organizations – whether you are ready to embrace it or not. Most are aware of the benefits of using social/collaborative technologies internally - like improved productivity, engagement, ...Read more
Word of mouth has become word of Web. Social networking is here to stay. The reach, benefits, and expectations surrounding social media are endless—matched only by the pitfalls and misconceptions associated with implementing a ...Read more
Nicole Guiet, Global Talent Acquisition Director at CH2M HILL, talks to HCI about the best way to use social media for talent acquisition in competitive talent pools. She explains how to segment the team into sourcers and candidate ...Read more
Presenter: Christine Mellon, Vice President, HCM Transformation, Oracle
Christine Mellon, Vice President, HCM Transformation at Oracle, asserts it is critical to leverage the appropriate social recruiting tools to create a cohesive ...
I had it all planned out. An extended September weekend backpacking with my oldest son (our first trip together) along with a couple of neighbors – It was going to be great. Skyline-to-the-Sea is a great Bay Area trail with ...Read more
Top firms are utilizing gamification, the use of game playing, thinking and mechanics to engage users and assess capabilities, to improve business results. How will this technology be used for HR and talent acquisition?
Even before the global recession contingent workforce had become a strategic part of total workforce. Current trends show that almost 34% of U.S. staffing and recruitment environment is managed through Managed Service Providers and Vendor Management Systems. Is ‘going global’ the right solution for business?
I can find admin staff easily enough. However, hiring a person for xyz skilled trade takes forever! I need to find a talent pool to tap into, but so far nothing!!!!!! Rebecca
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Conventional wisdom might say that the recent departure of Marc Jacobs from Louis Vuitton is terrible news for the company. But if you look a little more closely at the fashion industry you’ll find that turning over your ...Read more
One jerk can ruin an entire office. That’s why our very first rule when we started our company was a strict “No Jerks” policy. But it doesn’t stop there: It is equally important to avoid hiring someone who might be a ...Read more