Posts Tagged ‘workers’

Emotional Intelligence: Humans & Machines?

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Emotional Intelligence: Differentiator for Humans & Machines? How can humans adapt to make the best use of machines—and remain employed? We talked earlier about the future of work and the likelihood that automation and algorithms may sharply reduce the job pool of the future. The use of automation in human capital management allows HR the opportunity…

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Eliminating Work From Home Options Becomes A Trend

What does this mean for future companies, employees, and essentially HR and recruitment? Big change is coming. While some are upset about this step back in the progression of work-life balance, others are wholeheartedly on board with the move “forward” toward a more traditional work environment.

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Recruiting for Your Audience

An age diverse workforce can have real benefits for your organization, as different generations bring various levels of experience, qualifications, innovation, energy, devotion, and culture to the workplace.

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Should You Hire an Extrovert or an Introvert

The key for recruiters is to find an employee that strikes the perfect balance between introversion and extroversion: someone who may be a little bit quirky and eccentric, who thinks independently and creatively, and may even conjure up some outrageous, outside-of-the-box business ideas, yet can also fit seamlessly into the company, department, and position; and ultimately work as a team.

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Career Paths: Choose Your Field Wisely

The market for particular fields or job categories should be of interest to those currently in a career transition and those that recruit for these fields. Earlier this year Forbes listed the 10 Dead or Dying Career Paths

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Recruitment Etiquette Lesson 3: Pre-Interview

Lesson number three goes back to the beginning of the hiring process. No matter how long you’ve been in your current role, think back to when you were job hunting. Remember what it was like to submit an application and get no response or to spend a lot of time going through the process, only to end up getting a denial letter?

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