This week’s articles span social media how-to’s and what to say when an employee walks away. Also, check out our latest podcast on the value of summer internships (perfect for students and employers alike).
Recruiting Meets Snapchat – AmplifyTalent.com
“The field of Recruiting, with it’s focus on talent attraction and branding, is usually an early adopter of new platforms. They want to gauge whether these new platforms can be integrated into their branding portfolio, and help them attract and engage talent in new ways. This reality is driving more recruiters to begin exploring Snapchat.” – Read More
10 Ways to Take Your Job Postings to the Next Level – Blogging4Jobs.com
“The job posting always changes, just like a hiring manager’s must haves or candidate requirements for the job. However, the job posting is the single most important part of the hiring and recruitment process. It’s the foundation and yet we, including myself, don’t give it the time, attention or respect that it deserves.” – Read More
Aligning Learning and HR: An Interview with Jeff Carpenter of Caveo Learning #SHRM16 – blog.shrm.org
“Since HR and L & D are often in a continual struggle to “validate” themselves I think #SHRM16 attendees will find a great deal of value in this session. I know that I plan on attending. His session — Aligning Learning, HR to Deliver Maximum Business Impact — is on Monday, June 20 at 2 p.m.” – Read More
What to Say and Do When Your Employee Has Another Job Offer – HBR.org
“Don’t react to your employee’s news right away—no matter how frustrated or blindsided you might feel. Instead, solicit more information. Grote suggests you simply say, “Tell me more.” This will not only buy you time so you can “get your wits together” but will also give you the information you need to “gather the material facts about the offer.” ” – Read More
When There Are No Resources For Your “Human” Resources – TheAristocracyofHR.com
“Please know when I say “supplies and tools”, I’m not talking about the kind of cutbacks that result in getting rid of the colored post-it notes to go with the budget yellow ones. I’m talking about cuts to supplies to the extent of employees not having enough resources to do their jobs.
Still in the dark? Here’s an example.” – Read More
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