Keeping Out of Sight Top of Mind: 5 Tips to Include Remote Employees

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With the recent global COVID-19 outbreak, many companies have adopted a remote work policy to keep employees safe and prevent further spread of the virus.

But even without this current threat, remote work is becoming the new normal for many companies: Surveys show that a whopping  40% to 70% of U.S. workers now telecommute at least once a week.

The …

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Balance the Art and Science of Recruiting With Indeed Hire

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If you’re like most HR professionals, you’ve no doubt spent hours reviewing hundreds of resumes, thinking, “There has to be a better way.” However, you probably also haven’t felt warm and fuzzy after conversing with a chatbot. While automation and artificial intelligence (AI) can improve efficiency in the hiring process, is more technology always the answer? And how can we …

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Avoid These Mistakes to Improve the Candidate Experience

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Having hard-to-fill positions can be really frustrating. You’re working at a great company with great people — so why can’t you get any of your candidates to the finish line?

The biggest mistake you can make as a recruiter is thinking about the process from your perspective, only considering your needs, process and time frame. While these things matter, don’t …

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International Women’s Day: How Employers Can Help Women Succeed at Work

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Women are achieving great things in the world of work. They are opening 1,817 new businesses per day, with women of color starting new businesses at a faster rate than anyone else in the country. What’s more, companies with greater diversity in gender, race and other factors are more productive and see higher revenues.

Despite this progress, many …

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3 Tips for a Better Recruiting Budget

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A common misconception in recruiting is that budgets are created only once a year. While you might turn in a plan on a given day, the legwork that goes into budgeting is ongoing. And it touches all aspects of talent acquisition — from the people doing the work to the people you’ll eventually hire, as well as how the work …

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