How to Make the Most of SourceCon Orlando by @thejobgirl

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Are you attending SourceCon in Orlando next month? I remember receiving the e-mail confirmation last year – “You are now registered for SourceCon 2015 Dallas, September 17-18, 2015!” I was so excited to have a chance to surround myself with some of the industry’s best sourcers at a conference I had been semi-stalking…

6 Tips for Dodging the Flu in Your Open Workplace

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It starts innocently enough when one employee gets the flu. Then, two more come down with it, and before you know it, it seems like everyone is sneezing and wheezing. It seems as though once the flu hits your office, there is no way to avoid it spreading to everyone — particularly when…

Why Remote Workers Really Makes Sense For Your Business

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Over the past 10 years, the way workforces look have changed drastically. Has yours changed? Do you require all of your employees report to the office and work 8 to 5? If so, you could be missing out on the great potential of remote workers. Remote employees aren’t the right fit for all…

How Do HR’s Challenges and the Organization’s People Priorities Stack Up?

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I love great graphics. Great graphics can really make a point. They can help people digest complex data points and make sense out of the numbers. Quantum Workplace’s new report, the State of Employee Feedback, does all of these things. The things I found most interesting about the data, however, was not about the state…

Small Employers Could Be On the Hook For Health Care, Family Leave

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Every business that has contractors or temps supplied by another company needs to be alert for the likelihood the U.S. Department of Labor will find a joint employer relationship exists. This is as true for small employers as it is for the largest. A lengthy Administrator’s Interpretation issued last month by the Labor…

Traits That CEOs and Executives Look for When They Hire

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You may or may not be in the market for a new job. Yet, what executives look for when they staff their organizations suggests as much about the priorities and personalities as the new hire’s own. So if you intend to set up a strategic partnership with them, sell to them, socialize with…

Your Career Site Is Your Most Important Recruiting Channel

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If you take away just one lesson from the CandE research report from the Talent Board — and just one would be a mistake — it’s this: Employers should make sure their career site is the best it can be. Even at the expense of your Facebook pages, Twitter feeds, and the 10…