The company recently announced plans to flatten its structure by reducing the number of managers. But how many managers is too many? How many is too few? Read more
Meta’s Layoffs Raise Key Question: What Is the Optimal Number of Direct Reports?
Research Reveals People of Color More Likely to Adjust Appearance During Interviews
Changing appearance for interviews is common — but equally common among different demographics. Read more
The Death of the College Degree
Several states have moved to remove the requirements for college degrees from government jobs. Jobs that require licensing, such as nurses and attorneys, … Read more
The EEOC’s New Areas of Focus Will Upend Recruiting Processes
The EEOCs’ aim to expand protections for workers and candidates — as well as revise the definition of recruiting itself — would force employers to update … Read more
Tech Layoffs Should Make Tech Recruiting Easier. So Why Isn’t It?
It may feel like the current rash of tech layoffs started with Twitter, but they did not. Twitter was just loud about it. Challenger, Gray & Christmas, … Read more
Why Is Amazon Encouraging Recruiters to Resign?
Amazon is getting rid of recruiters because the company has advanced AI technology that will automate the hiring process. OK, that technically may not be … Read more
Are Employers Acting in Bad Faith With Unrealistic Salary Ranges?
New York City’s new law requiring job postings to have salary ranges went into effect earlier this month, and the response was stunning. Stunningly awful … Read more
Is LinkedIn’s New Internal Hiring Tool a Solution to the Wrong Problem?
Turnover costs a fortune. Given that employees want growth, first place companies often look to fill positions is within their own workforces. Yet matching … Read more
Indeed’s Radical New Shift in Pricing Policy
Earlier this year, Indeed made a significant change in what information it gives candidates — that all job postings must have salary ranges even if the … Read more
Distinct Holiday Hiring Problems Are Plaguing Major Retailers
It’s the most horrible time of the year! For recruiters, that is. It’s the time when talent acquisition departments have to hire hundreds of temporary … Read more
California’s New Pay Transparency Bill: Will the State Go the Way of Colorado?
It started in Colorado, moved to Washington, Rhode Island, and New York City, and now it appears to be coming into play in California. It’s not the latest … Read more
Talent Acquisition Ranks Among Highest Risks to Businesses
Talent acquisition is increasingly becoming a matter of risk management. A new survey of business leaders by PwC reveals that talent acquisition and … Read more
Indeed Will No Longer Exempt Large Employers From Salary Transparency Policy
If you’ve been posting jobs on Indeed, you might have noticed a change: Starting on July 18, according to a press release from Indeed, almost every … Read more