The following content is taken directly from the ERE website and is written by various authors in the recruiting industry.

Smart or Dumb? How Your Office is Wired Makes a Difference

How do you picture the workplace 20 years from now? Do offices still exist, or have we completely traded in headquarters for personal quarters? Is the workforce more collaborative or more siloed? More productive or distracted? Is it even human? According to the 2016...

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Why You Should Take All Harassment Complaints Seriously

When I conduct anti-harassment training for supervisors, one of the points I stress is that all complaints of harassment and discrimination — no matter how minor — must be taken seriously. Why? For a few reasons. By addressing harassment right away, it reduces the...

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HR Analytics Make Simple and Easy

Every HR leader, whether mathematically inclined or not, should be looking for some quick wins in analytics. Part of this is political — you are expected to be doing analytics and if you’re not you damage the credibility of the HR department. Part of this is about...

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EHarmony Says Its Job-Matching Tool Isn’t Dead Yet

You might remember eHarmony’s year-ago launch in Los Angeles to much fanfare; well, there’s buzz that eHarmony’s job technology is “kaput,” as one tweeter said. Actually, not quite kaput, says eHarmony. Crystal Miller Lay has done marketing for eHarmony on the jobs...

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Recruiting for Those Hard-to-Fill Positions

While traditional recruiting strategies continue to evolve over time and new sources of hire are developed each year, some roles take an unconventional approach in order attract top talent. The demand for certain candidates, like developers who code a specific...

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Sourcing Online; My Everquest Java Adventure

Living in San Diego, near the beach, had its perks when I was younger. Being able to swim in the ocean, moderate temperatures, and seemingly endless sunny days. So one would think that when I had free time, I would, of course, spend my time with the plethora of...

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Smart or Dumb? How You’re Wired Makes a Difference

How do you picture the workplace 20 years from now? Do offices still exist, or have we completely traded in headquarters for personal quarters? Is the workforce more collaborative or more siloed? More productive or distracted? Is it even human? According to the 2016...

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How to Use Data-Enabled Relocations to Compete for Talent

There has been a lot of focus on big data and the importance of using it to power a more efficient relocation program.  However, what we lack are practical insights and advice for actually executing such a program. We need to go beyond just analyzing cost metrics at a...

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Feedback By Tech Or Face-to-Face?

A common concern raised by HR and managers when they begin using a feedback tool is what kind of impact it will have on face-to-face feedback. Will it actually disrupt communication flows in the office, rather than improve them? As with all new technology, the...

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Talent by the Numbers

A new feature: some recent stats, facts, data, and figures in the talent-acquisition field, the job market, and the economy. If you have any good ones, let me know for next time. 300 … millions of dollars the U.S. Army will spend to get 6,000 extra recruits before...

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