The Candidate Experience: 6 Elements to Win Top Talent

HR.Com

Candidates are looking for more transparency, meaningful experiences, greater communication, deeper company education, and a more substantial sense of belonging in their workplace. Recruiting teams need to show – not tell – candidates about their employment experience through hiring that is informative, fair, and effective in identifying fit for everyone involved. TA teams need the tools and insights to keep up. To survive the “new normal,” organizations must engage best-fit candidates and hire the right people, faster and with greater accuracy than ever before.
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Spotlight

While employee assistance programs (EAPs) have been around for more than 40 years, new changes in the workplace and the expanded need for wellness program offerings have changed the face of EAP and work-life programs. As you evaluate your strategy, consider these 5 questions to ensure that you’re offering employees the best possible resources for their needs.

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Everything You Need to Know: Using AI in Recruitment Marketing

Talemetry

Learn how to transform your recruiting strategies with AI powered recruiting to attract and engage the talent you need. For anyone with serious questions about how best to harness AI in recruiting, this webinar is for you.
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Re-Evaluating Your Organization’s Skill Gaps 

BizLibrary

Many companies have fallen victim to the ominous skills gap but only because it’s easier to place blame somewhere else than to address the issue head on. If you’re struggling to find qualified candidates, you might need to take a deeper look at your organization and ask some pointed questions. Are there areas of the recruiting process that are leading to skill gaps? Has a formal assessment been done to uncover skill gaps? Are you using modern learning methods to bridge gaps by upskilling your current workforce.
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The Virtual Workforce: Managing Loneliness

Noble

Lonely workers are more than twice as likely as non-lonely workers to miss a day of work due to illness, twice as likely to miss work due to family obligations, and more than five times more likely to miss work due to stress. Annualized, lonely workers miss an additional two weeks of work compared to non-lonely workers.
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What's Top of Mind for HR Leaders

SHRM

There has never been a more strategic time for HR leaders. Employers worldwide are elevating people-related issues to the top and placing a priority on solving the most pressing challenges faced by HR leaders today. These challenges encompass the entire employee experience―from attracting and retaining talent to employee engagement and holistic wellness to diversity, equity and inclusion―and have a sizable impact on the business.
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Spotlight

While employee assistance programs (EAPs) have been around for more than 40 years, new changes in the workplace and the expanded need for wellness program offerings have changed the face of EAP and work-life programs. As you evaluate your strategy, consider these 5 questions to ensure that you’re offering employees the best possible resources for their needs.

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