Legacy applicant tracking system platforms have long been the targets of scorn by recruiters for their inflexibility, cumbersome functions and disregard for the…
For People Managers, a Year Unlike Any Other
Leading employees from afar was just one of many challenges that workplace managers had to tackle these past 12 months.
Rapid COVID-19 Testing Now in the Ontario Workplace
The Ontario provincial government recently announced that it is relaxing the regulations around the use of COVID-19 rapid antigen tests to make it easier for businesses to test for COVID-19 in the workplace.
Pandemic’s Toll on the Culture of Indian Startups
Maintaining workplace culture in today’s remote-working era has been a challenge across companies in India, and even more so for young, fast-growing startups, which often don’t have a formal HR department.
Which Type of Recruiting Is Best for Increasing Diversity in Leadership?
There are two main ways that employers work with outside recruiters: on a contingency basis or through a retained search. Each option has its benefits, but which type of recruiting is most effective when sourcing senior-level diverse candidates?
Hiring Surges in March
U.S. hiring activity exploded in March, as employers added 916,000 new jobs, mostly in leisure and hospitality, according to the latest employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Economists expected the spike, as the economy reopened more broadly, and the rate of vaccinations increased. The unemployment rate ticked down to 6 percent from 6.2 percent in February and is expected to continue falling in the coming months as more service-sector jobs return.