Competition for the best jobs can be fierce but some simple preparation can ensure you stand out from the pack at the interview stage.
Using technology to screen job applicants might be faster than reading CVs and face- to-face interviews but the most suitable candidate could be overlooked.
People who object to affirmative action were more likely to discriminate against job candidates with Black-sounding names than those who supported it, whether or not they had to rush.
The latest labor figures are less encouraging than they might seem.
AI has been criticised for containing inherent biases, but if used in the right way it could make hiring fairer.
When CEOs and workplace leaders communicate their personal values and ethics clearly, they inspire individuals to want to work for their organizations.
Workplaces are increasingly recognizing that productive employees seek out workplaces that prioritize mental well-being and offer flexible working conditions.
Software you may already use every day can track your productivity for your employer.
Understanding how hiring managers evaluate candidates can help us understand current hiring prejudices and, hopefully, help us overcome them.
Why diversity and not anti-racism?
A recent study about hiring practices sheds light on why some jobs change between when a decision is made to hire someone, and the actual hiring process itself.
No wonder people are sceptical about providing information – they don’t know why employers want this information or what they’re going to do with it.
Two scholars of corporate do-goodery suggest a hidden driver of corporate decisions to leave Russia is the global trend in which record numbers of workers are quitting their jobs.
The job market continued to improve in December, but a stagnating labor pool will pose more challenges for employers in 2022.
Hiring ex-offenders is good for business, and good for society.
It’s not just employers, it’s society in general.
Asynchronous video interviews, or AVIs, are a virtual hiring trend that are gaining a lot of traction. Here’s how job candidates and organizations can best use them.
Women are underrepresented in technology fields, but especially so in cybersecurity. It’s not just a matter of fairness. Women are better than men at key aspects of keeping the internet safe.
Letters of recommendation have grown supersized and one-sided in their praise. In one study, only 1-2% of letters fell below the good-to-excellent range. How can a reviewer find out who’s really good?
Asking clear, concise, direct questions in job interviews can help employers hire highly capable, skilled workers with autism.