Games Job Seekers Play
By David Shadovitz
In the United States and Israel, unemployed job seekers have to navigate two very different -- and flawed -- systems in their pursuit of work, according to researcher Ofer Sharone.
By John F. Baum and David Baum
While it is misguided to expect a single millennial to speak for an entire generation, we thought it would be interesting to have a millennial address both some of the findings of a recent workplace survey and prevalent presumptions about the youngest working generation.
What's the Holdup with Hiring?
By Mark McGraw
A recent Glassdoor poll finds the average interview process took close to 23 days in 2013, compared to approximately 12 days in 2009. While thoroughly vetting candidates is a must, experts say the risk of frustrating candidates and damaging the corporate brand increases greatly when the company drags its feet in filling positions -- or even if applicants perceive as much.
Downsizing's Impact on Diversity
By Kristen B. Frasch
A new study suggests downsizing by position or tenure can hurt managerial diversity, while performance-guided layoffs don't.
The Engagement Challenge for 2014
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
With surveys suggesting employees are feeling more confident in their ability to find a new job this year, HR must be prepared to do more to hold on to them.