April 9, 2020

Category: Guest Posts

6 Key Trends and Statistics to Drive Your Recruitm...

  In recent years, the recruitment industry has turned into a candidate-driven market. Unlike before, when agencies and employers had far more control of the job application process, modern-day job seekers are far more empowered than ever.  This significant change in the recruitment industry signifies that the hunt for top talent is bound to get […]

4 Ways to Improve HR Communication

As with most things in life, communication is critical when introducing or launching HR programs and services. Effectively relaying the details and benefits of HR plans and programs is essential to getting buy-in on these initiatives from employees. And employee support is paramount to the success of most HR programs and services. There are many […]

It’s Critical That All Students Have a Highl...

Largely because he could kick a ball far distances, a high schooler from small-town Pennsylvania was able to catch the eye of Purdue University. He got in, earned a scholarship as a kicker on the football team, and eventually graduated with a bachelor’s and a master’s in engineering education.  I was that high schooler, and […]

Creating a Culture of Inclusion – 3 Tips for...

Creating a workplace where employees are engaged and happy is one of the greatest challenges to leaders. At the heart of the problem is that employee behavioral motivations are not always expressed, nor are they always aligned with their manager’s style. This looks like a manager providing (or not) engagement opportunities that help individuals grow […]

Humanize Your Hiring Process

Candidate experience is the talk of the town. HR professionals want to know: How can we relate to and show appreciation for our candidates? How can we ensure our core beliefs and hiring practices are aligned? And ultimately, how can we humanize the recruiting process? For starters, the mundane and tedious tasks, never-ending group email […]

Moving from Traditional to Digital, Video Makes th...

Long are the days where employees can communicate using only email, or phone. Between messaging applications like Slack and email chat features, employees no longer need to send long, tedious emails to their team members, and instead can instantaneously communicate with one another, which brings more unity and collaboration as a whole to a company. […]

The IRS Form W-4 was Changed Effective 1/1/2020

This is the first real change of the Form W-4 in many years, and it is a major change.  The reason for the change is the “Tax Cut and Jobs Act” (TCJA) of 2017. The law eliminated exemptions which was the basis for adjusting withholding down within an income bracket.  The more exemptions claimed the […]

How the Gig Economy Will Impact HR in 2020 and Bey...

  It’s not just employees who drive business impact: Consultants, freelancers, contractors, temporary, and on-call workers generated $1.28 trillion of revenue for the U.S. economy last year. The overall size of the gig workforce will only increase as more people seek self-employment—both out of necessity and by choice—and employers choose to hire more people who […]

10 Reasons Why while Working on a Project, ‘Less i...

In times when opportunists with aspirational ideas believe that spending more always means earning more, the ethic of conservativism, frugal application of financial factors, and maximum exhaustion of efforts are often ignored. The true value of a project is emanated when it is accomplished by using the least of resources. On that very note, I’d […]

2020 Predictions for Recruiting Technology: Opport...

The greatest constant in technology is change, which makes it, and the possibilities these changes open up, exciting for the recruiting industry. While there are several categories of technology change that recruiters should watch out for in the coming year and beyond, I have identified three topics in particular that will help define 2020 for […]
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