Dave Cutler, the co-founder and CEO of mLevel, a Chicago-based, industry-leading casual learning platform used by global Fortune 500 companies, says gamification is over: Now, it's all about casual learning.
While we can all admit to running behind schedule every now and then because of traffic delays or late trains and buses, how often have you had to wait for a judge to set bail or power through a deer herd so you could make it to the office on time?
Economic improvements led by the competitive IT industry means that more candidates are expecting higher starting salary offers.
Regardless of the technology -- disruptive, enabling, look-alike or whatever else you call it -- there are some fundamentals to keep in mind if you want to nail a cohesive and effective employer branding strategy this year. Follow these five steps to better employer branding in 2015.
We'll talk about predictive analytics, candidate expectations, employer branding and other hot recruiting trends that you need to stay on top of this year – and how technology can help you do just that.
Chances are, if you hire people for a living, you’ve experienced your share of unimpressive interviews. Job seekers come in unprepared, they don’t have great answers to your questions or they just seem like they want to be anywhere else but there.
In fact, we recently wrote about common interview mistakes.
But have you ever sat across the desk from a prospective employee and had to hold in a gasp after he or she uttered something completely inappropriate or ridiculous?
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