Recruiting & Employer Branding
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Thu, 04/19/2018
Is a prospective employee's "fit" more important than his or her résumé? HR professionals may ask what is "fit"? It refers to the ability of the prospective employee to fit into the workforce and embody most of if not all the qualities an employer expects the employee to have in place. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Wed, 04/11/2018
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Kroger says it plans to hire 11,000 employees, which includes 2,000 managers. The move is to help the company stay competitive against Amazon-owned Whole Foods and European discounter Aldi. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Mon, 04/09/2018
Mason Stevenson
For companies planning to open an international office or relocate operations in a foreign country, companies will need people to staff those locations. Should those employees be expatriates or local candidates? What are the pros and cons of hiring from these groups? Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Wed, 11/22/2017
Mason Stevenson
Optics. They’re important when governing a company. How those optics are perceived could make or break the company. Enter employer branding. Full Content »
Contributor: Cynthia Trivella
Posted: Fri, 11/17/2017
Cynthia Trivella
All leaders need to ask themselves why happy and engaged employees are worth their weight in gold. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Fri, 11/03/2017
Mason Stevenson
Applying and interviewing for a job isn’t what it used to be. In fact, now it is part of an experience. Full Content »
Contributor: Leena Nair
Posted: Wed, 09/20/2017
How Unilever's Diversity Model Produces More Opportunities for Women
Learn how Unilever is developing a business model designed to produce better opportunities for women in their workforce and beyond. Full Content »
Contributor: Harry Griendling
Posted: Mon, 09/08/2008
Harry Griendling
Anyone who has watched recruiting functions closely over the last 20 years will have observed companies’ deployment models shift from centralized recruiting, to decentralized recruiting, to human resources generalist-based recruiting, to a "shared services" model and back to decentralized models. The constant shifting of strategies clearly... Full Content »