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This week in HR

Friday, March 7, 2014

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This week in HR

This week’s roundup brings you five articles with the latest tips, insight and advice for HR professionals.

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HR tech trends for 2014

Friday, December 27, 2013

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HR tech trends for 2014

As 2013 draws to a close, companies large and small are making their predictions for what HR technology will bring in the coming year. This week we’re bringing you news about the HR technology and trends to look out for in 2014. HR Predictions for 2014. Benefits Pro: “The winds of transparency are blowing through. [...]

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5 for Friday: HR Best Pratices Edition

Friday, October 4, 2013

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5 for Friday: HR Best Pratices Edition

As an HR leader it’s your job to manage change, provide feedback, keep up confidence and challenge employees. You have a lot on your plate, no doubt. But, nothing that can’t be handled with best practices and powerful leadership. This week’s 5 for Friday brings you articles with advice and information on the latest in [...]

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Monster 5 for Friday: Recruiting Basics Edition

Friday, June 22, 2012

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Great recruiters have a knack for matching applicants’ values, skills and personalities with the right jobs. This week’s 5 for Friday rounds up five top stories about the fundamentals of the recruiting profession. 5. Why You Should Hire Like a Rock Band. Inc.com: “We don’t see ‘cool’ as walking in with popped collars and clicky [...]

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5 Ways To Get Paid What You’re Worth

Monday, January 23, 2012

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5 Ways To Get Paid What You’re Worth

What are you worth to an employer? Quick, come up with a number. OK. Now, let’s come up with a realistic number. Negotiating salary is, for most of us, as difficult as getting past phone screens and interviews to the job offer. It can be tough to think of yourself in dollar terms. If you’re not prepared to negotiate, you’re sure to be unhappy with almost any offer. So don’t be caught flat-footed.

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Monster 12 for 2012: Follow These Top HR & Recruiting Bloggers

Thursday, December 29, 2011

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Monster 12 for 2012: Follow These Top HR & Recruiting Bloggers

In compiling the Monster 11 for 2011 list of Top HR and Recruiting bloggers to follow, we fell for the shiny statistics and cool tools which were emerging from the margins to the mainstream, taking a highly analytical and ostensibly objective approach to building our list of recommendations. After all, no one argues with numbers. Which is really too bad. Because as we spent another year listening to, and engaging, with the HR and recruiting social media conversation (and another year of writing posts in the second person), we learned that online, like in war or the workplace, leadership isn’t a matter of consensus.

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5 Tips for Getting Hired Over the Holidays

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

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5 Tips for Getting Hired Over the Holidays

The economic realities of the holiday season, for those of us struggling to make ends meet or to find a job, makes it difficult to be grateful. When you’re in survival mode, it’s pretty tough to step back and reflect. So, should we be grateful for a job these days, or merely relieved? Should we express that gratitude to a boss? And if we do, will it be viewed as sucking up?

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Kids Today: On Generation Z

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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Kids Today: On Generation Z

Whatever happened to Generation Y? Used to be a time when every employer out there couldn’t talk about anything else. They were going to invade our workplaces with their newfangled tools and fancy technologies, and we were rolling out the red carpet, helicopter parents and all.

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11 for #HRTechConf 2011: Follow These Top HR & Recruitment Bloggers

Sunday, October 2, 2011

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11 for #HRTechConf 2011: Follow These Top HR & Recruitment Bloggers

In the days leading up to this year’s 2011 HR Technology Conference, the inevitable buzz has built to a crescendo, promising a record number of exhibitors, attendees and new product announcements (over 200, according to the conference organizers, including some of the biggest brands in the business). But with the launch of a score of new technologies dedicated to the mission of simplifying the HR function, it begs the question: what about social media?

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