San Francisco is the latest city to present legislation that would prohibit employers from asking job applicants if they had any prior convictions. If the legislation is passed, San Francisco will join about twenty one other cities in banning the box, as it is known. Banning the box refers to the check box on job applications, asking if an applicant has had prior criminal conviction.
Among the twenty one cities, Cincinnati, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Austin, Texas, are…Continue
Having been in HR field as a senior advisor in foreign corporations for seven years and now in charge of Headhunting for a company providing HR solutions, I have been questioned about Headhunting. That’s the reason why I write this article to share an overview on Headhunting.
Who needs Headhunting?
On investing in Vietnam, besides the requirements for local labor sources, culture and legal…Continue
An attractive market…Continue
In the USA most will agree, regarding people and characters whom we know or know of--few have the determination, persistence and patience demonstrated by Wile E. Coyote—in pursuit of his goal—catching the Roadrunner.
We in the business of recruitment, who want to excel in the discipline, among other traits should take notice of Wile E. Coyote’s determination, persistence and patience regarding catching the…Continue
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According to a recent…Continue
What do the money managers on Wall Street know about the job boards that HR and Recruiting executives don't know? The folks on Wall Street have questions about the long term growth and viability of the job board business. The stock price after a strong quarter is an indication of their concerns. They do not seem concerned about the future growth prospects of innovative organizations like…Continue
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