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February 7, 2014

Where Are All the Women in IT?

The IT field has been fairly homogenous for some time and continues to be dominated by men. John Zappe, of ERE, explored this issue recently, citing some statistics that’ll make you scratch your head: the number of women earning computer science degrees has fallen from 37 percent to 20 percent…
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February 4, 2014

How Do You Feel About Moving?

While teleworking options are more popular than ever, relocations are still very much a part of the recruiting game.  Among some highly sought-after and specialized professionals, they’re almost a way of life.  But it’s not easy to sell most candidates on the prospect of packing their bags and leaving the…
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February 3, 2014

Staffing Trends in 2014

If you started off the new year a bit bored of the same old hiring practices or a bit concerned about your job security given increasing automation in the field, this blog’s for you.  Maren Hogan wrote last week about growing trends in staffing, and the future looks bright, my…
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January 24, 2014

How to Scare Off Top Candidates: A Primer

The most talented candidates know that interviews are a two-way street.  They’re being assessed for a fit with the prospective employer, but they’re doing some sizing up of their own.  This is so critical for interviewers and hiring managers to remember, since the company that woos the best gets the…
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January 23, 2014

Sorry, What Was That Again?

We customarily think of experience as a real asset.  And it is, in most respects.  When it counts, we want professionals who aren’t practically winging it.  We want seasoned financial planners, realtors, pilots.  But the trouble with experience in recruiters is that it can lead us to make poor decisions…
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January 20, 2014

Developments in Technology – and What They Mean for HR

SHRM.org published an article at the end of the year outlining the newest tools and biggest improvements 2013 had to offer for HR in the way of software and mobile capabilities.  Regardless of your focus – whether recruiting, benefits, training or another discipline – your day-to-day work has been largely…
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January 14, 2014

Optimization is the Key

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it:” an adage many of us heard from fathers and grandfathers and a pearl of wisdom in many circumstances.  It’s the way the majority of us go about our daily routines and our careers, as well.  And recruiters aren’t immune to the lure of…
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January 9, 2014

Job Market Trends to Watch

CareerBuilder’s CEO, Matt Ferguson, provided an analysis of upcoming workplace trends recently, attributing a tough job market in part to ongoing debt issues in Washington and in part to shaky employer confidence in a full jobs recovery.  These factors play into several trends impacting job seekers and hiring efforts across…
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January 3, 2014

Five HR Resolutions for 2014

Yesterday we outlined several New Year’s Resolutions for job seekers.  Today’s focus is on HR.  Oracle’s Mike Vilimek suggests wide-ranging improvements or greater attention to a number of areas, including: Candidate Experience You’re most likely to win top talent when you make a positive impression from the get go.  A…
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December 20, 2013

Vetting Candidates through Social Media

OnRec, the Online Recruitment magazine, reported last month on the use of social media by HR managers and recruiters as part of their standard hiring practices.  According to a survey conducted by a leading job board in the oil and gas industry, 82 percent of hiring authorities polled have used…
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