HR Basics: The Four Benefits of Conducting Exit Interviews

Exit interview

Exit interviews are often overlooked, but they can be very valuable to your business. It’s a time to learn and reflect on your company as a whole and also learn about individuals and how they interact with one another. Sometimes you will confirm that your company is heading in the right direction and…

The Limits to Accommodating Mental Illness in the Workplace

Mental illness

By Eric B. Meyer Many of us, including me, have a loved one or friend who has suffered through mental illness. With proper treatment, counseling and support, the symptoms may be controllable. However, sometimes medication and treatment aren’t enough. Mental illness, which generally qualifies as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act,…

If Your Talent Acquisition Department Doesn’t Have One of These, Maybe It Should

group meeting

“… my awesome company/team is looking for a ninja recruiting coordinator … if you all know anyone please send them my way…” That was posted in an online sourcing group I’m in. Recruiting coordinator — maybe for those departments which lack it, that’s what we’re missing today in the sourcing field. Maybe we need sourcing coordinators instead…

Tech News and Collaboration Sites Put Up For Sale By Dice

DHI Group, the parent company of tech career site Dice.com and several other niche job sites, said this morning it would sell two tech news aggregation and collaboration sites it acquired almost three years ago. In releasing its 2nd quarter financials, which bettered analysts’ forecasts by a penny a share, the company this…

Adecco’s Google Express Drivers Seek Union Vote

Contract warehouse and shipping workers working for Google Express are petitioning to have the Teamsters Union represent them. The 140 workers are employed by Adecco in the San Francisco Bay Area to provide same-day and overnight delivery for Google’s shipping service. According to a press release issued by the union, the workers are…