Life for American workers in 2023 has been worse than we thought
Americans are working more and earning less than they did three months ago.
How To Navigate Showcasing Your Value After Being Laid Off
Even individuals with the most prolific and impressive careers are likely to be job seekers at least once in their life.
Striking a Balance Between Preparation and Flexibility: A Top Trend for 2023
Even as the immediate threat of the pandemic fades into the background, the insights and innovations it offered are worth holding onto.
Tips for Insurance Industry Hiring Managers To Find Talent
Hiring for insurance companies is more challenging than ever, and companies need a solid strategy to be able to fill those empty seats.
Top Five Mistakes Made in Video Interviews
It's always a good idea to test out your camera, audio and connection through practice calls with friends or family members.
Flexible Work Finds a Place in Holiday Staffing
The holidays are stressful enough: why add to it by sticking to old norms of seasonal work?
Want to Attract the Best Employees? Try These Three Outside-the-Box Talent
If you're leading a company and want to grow, now is the time to tweak your talent acquisition strategy.
Four Strategies for Surviving as a Midsize Business
While midsize businesses have unique challenges, they also have distinct advantages over their larger counterparts.
Deli Bashed for Sign Demanding Workers Put On 'Big Boy Underwear' and Apply
"Sitting in your mom and dad's basement playing video games, get off your butt and get a job! Mom and dad signed up for 18 years, not 33+ years!" the sign read.
5 Reasons to Partner With a Recruiter (and How to Get the Most Out of the R
Here are five tips for attracting a recruiter's undivided attention and getting the most out of the collaboration.
Beat the Retreat: Hiring From Within
A revolving door of outside hires is rarely, if ever, a lasting solution.
Companies Should Lean Into the Great Rethink
Three lessons we learned during the shift to remote work can help companies better navigate the Great Rethink.
'Never Find Work': Recruiter Mocked for Anger at Prospect's Current Salary
The potential hire was a member of a union and said in addition to their already high salary, they also had a 401k, pension plan and full health insurance.
Job Candidate Praised Over Response to Recruiter Dodging Salary Question
"They ask you for your expectations so they can find the cheapest candidate," one user said.
Hiring Sign Trolled for Calling Workers 'Lazy' and Offering $0.50 Pay Rise
"Apply now and help us fill the workplace and lower our prices again!" the sign said.
4 Ways Not to Hire: A Guide for New Business Owners
Hiring — it's tough. But it's arguably the most important thing you'll have to do to get your new business off the ground.
Seattle Losing Cops Not to 'Defund the Police' But to Rising Housing Costs
"Even when people do need 911 services," the interim chief of the Seattle Police Department said, "we are not able to respond in an adequate amount of time."
Boss Dragged for Wanting Presentation About Why Prospect Should Be Hired
The potential hire said they had already been through three interviews plus a test—and the presentation wasn't the only thing they were asked to do.
Internet Slams Hiring Manager Who Demanded Person Remove Mask at Interview
"It was not a polite request, or even a passive aggressive quip," they wrote. "So I got up and left."
Don't Want To Go Back to the Office? Your Boss Might Cut You a Deal
The work-from-home revolution isn't going away. Here, recruitment specialists explore what this means for bosses and employees tussling over the return to the office.
Five Things Every Hiring Manager Should Know in a Candidate-Driven Market
To be competitive, hiring managers need to accept that it is crucial to be flexible in order to be the first choice for top talent.
Employers Share Their 'Biggest Red Flags When Hiring,' Sparking Online Fury
One employer said they don't like when candidates try to discuss salary before the interview starts.
'Are You Still Interested You Piece of Crap?': Woman Aghast at Text From HR
"I applied for a job and this is how they respond back," the woman wrote.
How To Differentiate Yourself in a High-Level Job Interview
No matter how far you get in your career, the job interview never ceases to be important. Yet, knowing how to differentiate yourself in a high-level job interview is far from easy.
Internet Backs Bartender Who Lied to Boss in Attempt to 'Train' Her
"You not only taught your boss an important lesson, but you make your workplace a nicer environment for your new coworkers," said one commenter.
How High-Level Professionals Can Prepare For The Job Market in 2022
It's always wise to have a healthy sense of skepticism to avoid disappointment, but 2022 is shaping up to be a great year for high-level professionals looking for work.
How to Use AI to Help You Find Your Next Employee
We all have a lot of experience with AI without necessarily being aware of it.
Stop Hiring C-Level Executives. Create Them Instead
You can avoid some of the time-consuming executive search if you've been developing potential candidates within your organization from the start.
NYC Bill Passed to Make AI Hiring Tools Conduct Audits to Prevent Bias
"I believe this technology is incredibly positive, but it can produce a lot of harms if there isn't more transparency," Pymetrics CEO Frida Polli said.
How to Switch Industries in a Shifting Economy
Before you even think about how to go about upskilling or filling out online job applications, you need to make sure that you've selected the right industry to switch into in the first place.