Hiring -- Internet Applicants

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    Creating your own job applications gives you the most control to both comply with employment laws and solicit the type of information that ultimately lets you make the best hire. So, it's a good idea to require all applicants to fill out an application regardless of whether they also give you their resume. Here's a checklist of what your...

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    Don't have $100,000 in your budget to hire a recruiter to search for new talent? Learn inexpensive and effective recruiting techniques using Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin®. According to Workforce Management, more companies now utilize social media as part of their recruiting strategies. And with nearly 20 million people now using Twitter...
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    If you're using Twitter to search for talented job candidates, you're not alone. The popular blog site received more than 23 million unique visitors just this September, and smart employers are utilizing it in their talent acquisition efforts. Learn how Twitter can improve your organization's recruiting, branding, and engagement strategies, and...
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    If you're using Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn® to search for talented job candidates, you're not alone. According to Workforce Management, companies like digital advertising agency Organic are incorporating social media as part of their recruiting strategies. And with nearly 7.1 million people now using Twitter (Nielsen NetView), smart...
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    In spite of 4.8 million workers losing their jobs in the month of February, more than 4.3 million found work, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In the same month, three million job positions became available. Are you taking advantage of the higher volume of qualified job applicants? Need help screening the droves of incoming resumes? Is...
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    As part of its E-RACE (Eradicating Racism and Colorism from Employment) Initiative, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) intends to pursue class actions and individual discrimination claims based on allegations of implicit bias with support from expert witnesses. San Francisco EEOC trial attorney Derek Li suggested at...
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