Hospitality Sector Hiring Improves in 2012

USA Today is reporting an increase in the restaurant and hospitality sectors, as economic conditions improve throughout the U.S. People are still reluctant to tale long, out-of-town vacations, but sticking with ‘staycations,’ treating themselves to fine dining and drinks closer to home. This trend is resulting in more hiring in leisure and hospitality industries, accordingContinue reading “Hospitality Sector Hiring Improves in 2012”

Real Cost of Interviews in Recruiting [Infographic]

Cost of Interview in Recruiting Infographic from Sarah White: Sarah White partnered with Video Interviewing Provider Wowzer  and, surveyed recruiters, HR professionals, hiring managers and candidates, getting their thoughts on the interview process – the things that work, what doesn’t and what areas need to be addressed. The finding give a clear idea of the hiring process and why recruiters areContinue reading “Real Cost of Interviews in Recruiting [Infographic]”

Raymond James HCM Newsletter Oct 2012

The Raymond James Human Capital Monthly Newsletter provides a comprehensive overview of sector-specific public company performance and relative trading multiples, recent M&A and financing transactions as well as other important events that have taken place in the sector. From a business model perspective, it spans Human Capital companies across software/internet, outsourcing, transaction/data processing and staffingContinue reading “Raymond James HCM Newsletter Oct 2012”

The Growing Value of Employer Brands [Infographic]

The Growing Value of Employer Brands To highlight the increasing importance of Employer Brand Strategies, Bernard Hodes Group recently published a proprietary research report on The Growing Value of Employer Brands, and published a great infographic (after the jump).  Highlights: The responsibility for Employer Branding efforts lies most often with Human Resources (51%) The most popular external resourceContinue reading “The Growing Value of Employer Brands [Infographic]”

Lawsuit Questions “Essential Functions” of Job

Discrimination Lawsuit Against Alliant Energy Questions “Essential Functions” of Job From the HumanResourcesJournal: To prove that an employee has been discriminated based on a disability, a person must show a failure for providing reasonable accommodation. But that person must also show that he/she can perform essential functions of a job if reasonably accommodated. These essential functionsContinue reading “Lawsuit Questions “Essential Functions” of Job”

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