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Oct 27, 2015 How to Reduce Hiring Bias Against Women   Unfortunately, there are many barriers that limit the job opportunities for professional women. Firms should use surveys of past women candidates or hires and quality of hire data to determine which factors unnecessarily restrict the hiring of women at their firms.  Read More….. Print Friendly

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How to Reduce Hiring Bias Against Women

As seen on The Wall Street Journal.  JOHN SULLIVAN: Unfortunately, there are many barriers that limit the job opportunities for professional women. Firms should use surveys of past women candidates or hires and quality of hire data to determine which factors unnecessarily restrict the hiring of women at their firms. The barriers that often have the greatest negative impact include: 1. …

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The Benefits of a ‘Someday I Might Want to Work There’ Talent Community

Engaging those who someday might want to work at your firm We’ve all done it. At one time or another after hearing about the best practices or using the products of a firm that we admire, we have thought to ourselves “someday I might like to work there. It makes sense for corporations to try to engage these individuals who are already …

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Could Twitter layoffs be sign tech bubble is about to burst?

A big announcement by Twitter Tuesday, as the San Francisco-based company announced it’s laying off hundreds workers. So, KRON wanted to know whether this is a sign the so-called tech bubble is about to burst. There’s been talk that the Bay Area may experiencing another tech bubble like in the late 90s, and when a high profile company like Twitter announces layoffs. The conversation turns to speculation about whether or not the bubble is going to burst.

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Donald Trump Taught Us All We Needed To Know About Employer Branding

By Dr John Sullivan September 21, 2015 | ERE This article is not about politics; instead, it’s about how organizations can build a powerful employer brand in a short period of time. As an ardent advocate of cross-industry benchmarking (where you discover and adapt best practices from another industry), I recommend that employer branding leaders try to learn from the …

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Google’s Rabbit Hole — Innovatively Sourcing Top Talent Based on Their Search Words

Google’s seven-month old “rabbit hole” recruiting program simply has to be classified as innovative. The program has two major components. The first (a “keyword sourcing” approach) identifies employed top talent (some call them passives) based on the advanced terminology that they place in the Google search box while learning and doing their job. After they are identified, an unexpected message …

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