Employment verifications are an essential part of the hiring process. They help employers hire only the most qualified candidates and minimize legal and compliance concerns.

However, this process can be time-consuming and difficult, particularly when candidates have extensive job histories. Employers increasingly use technology to make employment verifications easier.

Is Pay Transparency Required in Your State?

Pay transparency is becoming more common due to worker pressure and government action. This has led to companies introducing their own pay transparency policies. 

A pay transparency policy is any policy where information about wages and salaries is shared with employees. This includes pay ranges, details about how salaries are calculated, and how pay raises are determined.  

Global Talent Acquisition Day, celebrated on the first Wednesday of September each year, is a day dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the essential role that talent acquisition plays in organizations worldwide. 

This day was established by the Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals and KRT Marketing to shed light on the efforts of talent acquisition professionals who tirelessly seek out and engage top talent for their organizations. 

Organizations across industries are adopting digital technologies to improve all aspects of their business. They often focus on “digital transformation” as a way to streamline operations or improve the customer experience.

Applicant drop-off rate is an underused HR metric, but recruiting teams must be able to measure it and improve it in order to create a stellar candidate experience. There are many reasons why an applicant might begin an application on your career website, but not complete it.

Here, we’ll explain why this metric is so important and offer some tips that can be easily implemented to optimize your online application process and improve your drop-off rate.
 

HR professionals remain busy in 2023 as they grapple with a tight labor market, economic uncertainty, rapidly changing technology, and more.

Explore three trends healthcare HR leaders should track as they manage their workforce this year and beyond.

1. Automating HR Processes

Many organizations across industries run on legacy systems, and healthcare is no exception. Many of these outdated systems keep healthcare organizations running and help them manage patient information.

HR technology continues to revolutionize and streamline the entire employee life cycle, including recruitment, background screening and employee management.

Three years into a post-COVID world, it looks like remote work is here to stay. Some organizations have employees who work remotely full-time, while others spend part of the time remote and part of the time in the office.

Either way, a remote workforce presents particular challenges that require careful management. Here are some best practices to mitigate the risks and challenges for remote workers.

5 Best Practices for Creating a Global Employee Onboarding Strategy

The purpose of employee onboarding should be setting new hires up for success and decreasing the time it takes for them to become comfortable in their new roles and this works best if onboarding processes are designed strategically with the end goal in mind. However, the rise of remote and hybrid work, along with an increase in globally dispersed teams, has complicated the global employee onboarding experience.

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According to a press release from Indeed, beginning July 18 of this year nearly every position on Indeed’s site now has a salary — either entered by the recruiter or estimated by Indeed’s algorithm (as long as Indeed has enough data to provide a salary estimate). Before July 18, large employers could opt out of this process, but being a large employer no longer exempts you from having to post a salary range or prevents Indeed from estimating one for you.

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