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April Twitter Video Chat: HR’s Role in Workforce Diversity

April 20, 2015 8:49 pm
New Twitter Video Chat: Master Your Recruitment Data |
New Twitter Video Chat: Master Your Recruitment Data

As an HR professional, you’re familiar with your organization’s strategies and goals. As a talent advisor, you understand the advantages of a diverse workforce. This puts you in a unique position to help your organization set and achieve diversity and inclusion goals that align with and advance existing business goals.

On Tuesday, April 28th, between 12 p.m. and 12:45 p.m.

90 Percent of the Highest-paying Non-desk Jobs are in Health Care

April 20, 2015 12:00 pm
While the U.S. workforce may be gradually shifting toward office-based jobs, hundreds of non-desk occupations are still thriving, according to a new CareerBuilder/Economic Specialists Intl. study.

5 Different Ways to Think About Diversity at Work

April 17, 2015 3:51 pm
Intersection |

I believe that we are at an inflection point with organizational diversity and inclusion efforts.

What got us to this point is not likely enough to take us forward. It’s time to hit the reset button on some of the mindsets and practices we apply to this work. Whether you are just getting started, trying to breathe new life into a stalled out effort or chasing greater impact, here are some potential “next practices” for your team, department or organization.

QUIZ: Is Your Firm Keeping Up With Staffing Tech and Trends?

April 17, 2015 2:52 pm
workplace trends |
workplace trends

Nobody has to explain the importance of the Internet to staffing firms, or how technology has influenced the way we organize and make our workforce more efficient—the effects of job boards, big data, hiring platforms and other Internet and software services has transformed the staffing industry.

But there are also more subdued trends in staffing and recruiting, which can change from quarter to quarter and may not be as easily noticeable to industry newbies or those who may have fallen in a hiring rut.

High-paying non-desk jobs don’t always require a four-year degree

April 16, 2015 8:26 pm
Occupations |

Greater levels of movement in the workforce—people leaving old jobs and taking new jobs, or churn—are a good indicator of how confidently an economy is acting. The 2015 economy is still working to recover, but more growth in high-paying jobs (especially non-desk occupations) is good news for the workforce and gives workers more options and opportunities. Many of the fast-growing non-desk jobs do not require a four-year degree or higher, and several offer workers a direct path to the middle class in a variety of industries.

The Evolution of Staffing Firm Technology and Identity

April 16, 2015 8:25 pm
Evolution |
An interview with Andrea Edwards, vice president of marketing and communication at Staffmark

Resumes used to come on paper that had been through a typewriter. Then there were job boards. And now?

In the past 20 years, staffing firms have undergone drastic changes to keep up with technology and the evolving workforce—and it hasn’t been easy. In an interview with Andrea Edwards, vice president of marketing and communication at Staffmark, CareerBuilder asked the secret to client satisfaction (something they have recently been awarded for), how to work for both clients and candidates, and what technology has been crucial to keeping up with the competition.

Save the Date: 4/18 “CareerBuilder Robotics Challenge” in Atlanta

April 16, 2015 4:00 pm
people and technology |
people and technology

The high demand for STEM jobs is making it tough on recruiters to find skilled workers who can fill these roles—and a new generation of talent is the answer. On April 18, CareerBuilder and Georgia Tech’s College of Computing will host the inaugural “CareerBuilder Robotics Challenge” – a new effort to expose school children to the creative art of programming by inviting them to build their own robots for a competitive soccer game.

Diversity Initiatives Succeed Through Intentional Observation Techniques

April 15, 2015 5:24 pm
Three Wise Business Monkeys |
Three Wise Business Monkeys

A few years ago at the closing session of the Ohio SHRM Conference, the keynote speaker asked for all of the men in the room to stand up as part of his presentation. Six of us stood up in a room well over 400 people. After the sounds of laughter subsided, the six of us sat down. I am in a field that is predominantly made up of women, and yet men still get the majority of focus in companies in many ways.

Do pay comparisons hinder your capacity to hire talent?

April 15, 2015 4:15 pm
Offer of employment |
Offer of employment

Will a candidate accept your job offer? Compensation is obviously an important element that makes your job offer attractive. What is perhaps less obvious is that candidates tend to compare the compensation you offer to other reference points. In particular, they may compare it to other people’s compensation or to their own compensation in similar jobs.

Newly published experimental research (Bracha, Gneezy, and Loewenstein, 2015, shows that such pay comparisons affect workers’ propensity to take on a job, and offers insights about how to increase your chances of getting the talent you want.

3 Ways to Leave the Employer Branding Up to Your Employees

April 14, 2015 2:56 pm
Employer branding |
Employer branding
How do we get HR, execs and marketers to be more transparent with their employer branding initiatives? Well, let’s try leaving the branding up to the employees (with a little bit of HR’s direction and marketing’s creativity).