There are qualities leaders should look for in new hires that go beyond bullet points on their resumes, says Jason Kulpa.
Peter Gold, principal consultant at Cornerstone OnDemand, talks about the need for a skills-based CV in the wake of the growing skills economy and increase in automation within recruiting.
Many people feel that changes in recruitment have made the practice of sending a cover letter obsolete. However, good candidates still write them, explains Jan Cavelle.
We’ve all heard the terrifying statistics around workforce automation and how our jobs are at risk of being taken over by robots and algorithms. In fact, already, we see it happening with ATMs, self-checkout counters and online gambling.
Many of the world’s most successful businesses are known for addressing the link between corporate culture and the level of employee satisfaction, productivity and creativity – something you too need to keep in mind when you formulate your retention strategy.
We recently received an infographic that made us laugh and cringe. The topic, you ask? What David Brent’s CV looked like. This begs the question: would you actually have hired him if he were real?
In an article for Harvard Business Review, Tara Sophia Mohr challenged the assumption that women don’t apply for jobs unless they meet 100 per cent of the requirements. We talked to the Women for the Board alumni to gauge their opinions – and why they believe programmes are the way to go.
With resume lies on the rise, here’s a round-up of some of the highest profile executives who’ve made "mistakes" in their CVs.
Given the choice between a job candidate with a perfect resume and one that, well, hasn't, UPS human resources executive Regina Hartley suggested the latter may be the best option.
ClearScore, an online service that gathers, protects and interprets users' credit reports and scores, scooped 2015's Innovator of the Year prize at this year's Growing Business Awards. To find out more, we quizzed CEO Justin Basini.
The fact that the likes of EY and Ritz Carlton are turning the recruitment process on its head is evidence enough for Moneypenny founder Ed Reeves that a new approach is needed, where paying close attention to the attitude of a potential recruit will lead to hiring the best.
Most parents will do almost anything for their kids, but a story about a Spanish pensioner trying to pay employers to give his son a job nearly made me choke on my paella!