Viewing Human Resources from an innovative perspective, Tracy Morley of XpertHR keyed in on the critical role played by “superpowers” for HR professionals in a report issued recently from the company’s New Jersey hub.
After caps and gowns are donned and stored, 2017’s college grads can anticipate decent job prospects, as a recent CareerBuilder survey shows a majority of employers are prepared to welcome newly minted grads.
Based on rigorous benchmarking standards, Ultimate Software of Weston, Florida achieved an outstanding score in Workforce magazine’s latest listing of top international firms, ranking No. 19 on the publication’s 2017 Workforce 100 list following comprehensive evaluation.
A recent CareerBuilder study on the skills gap in the U.S. labor market shows almost 60 percent of employers spend 12 weeks or longer searching for skilled candidates for job openings, at an average annual cost of $800,000, according to human resources managers.
Insurance companies still want hard copy forms from employers and individuals, even as technology is moving on at a fast pace, according to the chief of operations at one cutting-edge benefits administration company.
With the announcement that Facebook has joined rivals Indeed and LinkedIn in the crowded field of online job posting services, CareerBuilder has designated March as “Find Your Calling Month” in a bid to stay relevant to young job seekers.
Singular in their stress level and precarious protocol, job interviews rank among professionals’ most pivotal and vulnerable occasions. So, CareerBuilder recently collated a list of epic interview moments to put jobseekers’ minds at ease.
A study released in the summer of 2016 from Businessolver, the Workplace Empathy Monitor, suggests empathy is a key factor in employee engagement, talent management, recruitment and retention, as well as customer loyalty.