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    How to Ensure Compliance Requirements with an ATS

    If you're a federal contractor, you're probably familiar with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). This federal department's mission is to "protect workers, promote diversity and enforce the law," and it holds "those who do business with the federal government (contractor and subcontractors) responsible for complying with ...
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    Google Sunsets Hire by Google: Now What?

    In late August, Google announced it was sunsetting its hiring platform, Hire by Google. The company stated, "We've made the difficult decision to sunset Hire by Google on September 1, 2020. While Hire has been successful, we're focusing our resources on other products in the Google Cloud portfolio." Google promised to support its Hire customers ...
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    First Impressions Matter: How to Start Off Right with New Hires

    "You only get one chance to make a first impression" and impressing a new hire could mean the difference between getting an engaged employee and one that's already looking for another job. The facts support that great first impressions start with a great onboarding process. According to SHRM, 
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    Top Tips for Hiring Federal Contractors

    Being a federal contractor means following a laundry list of rules and regulations for all aspects of the job, including hiring. Since the government awards hundreds of billions of dollars in federal contracts each year, it needs to ensure those dollars are being well-spent by good companies doing good business. The U.S. Department of Labor's ...
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    360-Degree Feedback: What It Is and Why You Need It

    360-degree feedback is a term that's thrown around while discussing employee performance management. It's a review process that's used by more than 90% of Fortune 1000 companies but many still aren't sure how and why they should consider using it.
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    The EEO-1, Component 2 Employers Must Report by September 30

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) exists to ensure fair workplace practices for all demographics of employees. To ensure compliance, employers must file an EEO-1 Component 2 Form by September 30, 2019. The survey is to be completed annually by employers with at least 100 employees, both full-time and part-time.
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    How an AI Assistant Changes the Recruiter Role

    AI or Artificial Intelligence is changing the world of HR recruiting. It is the next step from using the Internet to find candidates because it not only makes recruiting more efficient but it improves the candidate experience.
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    AI in Recruiting: Here's What HR Should Keep in Mind

    Benefits of AI in Recruiting and HR HR software has been a valued tool for the last 20 years because it automates many of the processes that used to take HR staff hours to accomplish. Hiring, onboarding, training, reviews and compliance are all simplified and accurate with technological solutions. Now within the last five years, HR software has ...
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    Why You Need Succession Planning in Construction

    The construction industry is big business - really big business. By 2025, the construction industry is expected to grow 85% to $15.5 trillion worldwide. While such aggressive growth is great news for potential profit margins, it can't positively affect your company if you don't have the manpower to jump on board and take advantage of the upswing.
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    How to Stop Losing Your Top Employees

    You help recruit employees, hire employees, onboard, train and develop employees, only to have employees leave the company after a couple of years, forcing you to start the process all over again. For some companies, this cycle is never-ending but it's every HR manager's goal to stop it or slow it down, especially when it's your top employees who ...
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