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Employers across the globe plan to increase hiring over the next three months overall, though at a slightly slower pace than in recent quarters, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
Employers’ E-Verify accounts will be closed if they are not accessed after nine months, beginning Aug. 1, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s 4-4 decision in a case challenging President Barack Obama’s proposed immigration programs effectively blocks nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants residing in the United States from being granted work authorization.
Employers that outsource jobs to a third party that relies on foreign workers must make sure the contractor is not engaging in citizenship discrimination, a federal official said.
Sourcers and recruiters can net the most meaningful candidate search results across the Internet, and even within their own applicant tracking systems, by learning to write basic Boolean search strings.
Tech companies are employing unconventional interviewing methods to find the strongest candidates, such as using bar raisers, hiring committees and pair programming tests.
Trying to use data to improve your hiring processes? Look beyond the traditional “big three” metrics—time-to-fill, cost-per-hire and quality of hire.
Will Microsoft’s blockbuster announcement that it is purchasing LinkedIn lead to enhanced recruiting opportunities for talent professionals, or dampen innovation at one of the world’s most popular talent solutions providers?
The Society for Human Resource Management will hold a one-day event in Seattle designed for recruitment and talent management professionals and presented in partnership with the Puget Sound SHRM Chapters.
Executives often have fears about allowing people to work offsite, and part of HR’s role is to help management get over that apprehension, agreed all members of a panel at a recent conference on workplace flexibility.
Recruiters should take advantage of the flexible work opportunities at their organizations and use them as part of their recruitment strategy, urged experts at a recent flexible work conference.
While many technology giants have “leaned in” with diversity initiatives in the past few years, tech executives say there is still much work to do when it comes to bringing women and minorities on board.
Tech recruiters need to keep an eye out now for trends that will be hot in the 2020s, thought leaders said at the 2016 Talent42 Tech Recruiting Conference.
Employers are obligated to complete and maintain I-9 employment eligibility verification forms for every worker, even if the organization is using E-Verify to validate work authorization.
Layoffs across the United States fell by half in May from the previous month, indicating the pace of job cutting may be slowing down, according to the latest report from global outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Dane Hurtubise, vice president of new initiatives at Greenhouse, compares onboarding to “unboxing,” a YouTube phenomenon where enthusiasts unwrap products and examine their packaging in obsessive detail.
U.S. employers added just 38,000 jobs in May 2016, a total far less than economists had expected and the lowest monthly jobs total since September 2010, when the economy was still hemorrhaging jobs.
Working remotely requires different skills than working from company headquarters, and finding workers with these skills requires different techniques than when hiring traditional onsite employees.
Employers with unionized workforces must notify union representatives before enrolling in E-Verify, a judge for the National Labor Relations Board ruled.
Indeed’s parent company is the buyer for SimplyHired, until last week one of the Austin, Texas-based job search engine’s significant competitors.
Regina Hartley, VP of HR for UPS, suggested that hiring managers may perceive a series of employment gaps as indicative of unreliability, which may be true, or such a pattern may instead exemplify a committed struggle against obstacles.
Sustained labor market growth and a steadily expanding economy are among the reasons for optimism for job seekers from the Class of 2016, but the good news nonetheless comes with caveats, as detailed in a number of recent reports.
Final regulations transforming the nation’s public workforce system by improving the links between diverse talent and the nation’s employers are scheduled for June 2016, according to the Department of Labor.
Proposed rules affecting the labor certification process for employers seeking to employ foreign workers permanently in the United States are about to emerge, according to the Department of Labor’s recently released regulatory agenda.
Applicant tracking systems have outgrown their initial function and are rapidly evolving into a more effective recruiting resource, according to a panel of talent acquisition experts.