I am a professor who teaches HR students. It is early in the academic year, but college seniors can see the light at the end of the tunnel. They are anxiously awaiting the next chapter of their lives, and this will be the first opportunity to compete for a job of some substance.
These future talent advisors are about to get their first taste of the candidate experience. What will they find?
Why should having a quality career site matter to you? Because it matters to candidates. Your career site is the primary research destination on the Web for curious job seekers. Apply these five key elements to your career site to grab job seekers' attention and make your company stand out.
From Virgin's new "no vacation policy" policy to 42Floors' "pre-cation" benefit, companies are getting more creative than ever with their vacation policies. But are these unconventional policies innovative or outrageous?
If you're headed to the 17th annual HR Tech Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, you've got to swing by CareerBuilder's booth where there will be fun and games and, of course, cool HR technology information. You can also compete for $500 in cash and bragging rights with our #TalkTechie2Me Twitter challenge.
Believing a wage increase would improve workers’ standard of living, help the economy and improve employee retention, a strong majority of employers support an increase in minimum wage. According to a new CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,000 full-time hiring and human resource managers nationwide, 62 percent of employers think the minimum wage in their state should be increased.
Do you know what is arguably the most important component of a job posting? The job title. That's a conclusion I've reached after conducting research on thousands of job postings. This may seem elementary, but it bears repeating: Before posting a job, you should have a clear idea of job titles in your industry and which job descriptions and qualifications they correspond to.
Research suggests that morning people tend to be more productive than their snooze button-hitting counterparts. But even night owls can reap the mood- and brain-boosting benefits of these seven morning habits of highly successful people.
If someone asked you why you get out of bed and go to work, how would you respond? A) For the paycheck B) It gives me something to do so I’m not bored. C) It helps me develop a good work ethic. D) I love my work and see it as a calling.
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