How to Spot a Fake Job Applicant Online By Andrew Deichler | February 17, 2023 Employers have seen an alarming rise in fraudulent job applicants—individuals impersonating other people during the interview process. There are key steps that HR departments can take to filter out the fraudsters. Exploiting a Crisis As the COVID-19 pandemic forced many … Continue reading How to Spot a Fake Job Applicant Online
What Will HR Look Like in 2030? By Tamara Lytle – December 2022 The coronavirus pandemic was an ugly reminder of just how hard it is to predict and prepare for the future. Yet that doesn’t mean HR leaders shouldn’t think ahead, especially when there are some absolutes. Older workers are retiring, and the digital … Continue reading What Will HR Look Like in 2030?
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently released a draft of its new Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP), outlining its priorities in tackling workplace discrimination over the next four years. The playbook, published in the Federal Register in January, indicates that the agency will be on the lookout for discrimination caused by artificial intelligence (AI) … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence Takes Center Stage at EEOC
The early months of 2022 were a boon for hiring managers. It was the hottest job markets in decades, with month after month of record numbers of job openings and resignations. Now, as we launch into 2023, companies are tightening their belts in a way not seen since the 2008 financial crisis, with one high profile layoff after … Continue reading How Recruiters Can Make the Most of a Hiring Slowdown