The CYA Report E65: Job Seeker Behavior – Decoded [PODCAST]

Cara Lucas Cara Lucas, HR, HR Tech, Job Boards, Laurie Ruettimann, Podcast, Recruiting, Relocation

Welcome to The CYA Report, Ep. 65! On today’s show we have Tara Sinclair, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs at George Washington University and Economist at Indeed.com, on Job Seeker Behavior—Decoded. Tara joins guest host, Laurie Ruettimann, to chat about some of the latest research she’s been a part of at Indeed. This research dissects and explains the data behind where people search for jobs …

As You Go

William Tincup Audacious Ideas, Candidate Pool, Change, Communication, Culture, Employee Communications, Employee Relations, Employment Branding and Culture, Giving Notice, Good HR, Onboarding, Outplacement, Recruiting, Relocation, Retention, Succession Planning, Training and Development, William Tincup

One of the biggest failures of the “candidate experience” dialogue is that the main point is usually lost on folks… treat people humanely. Process, products and/or people will not solve the “problem” if your core values are dark and/or meaningless. Hello, my name is Lipstick on a Pig, have we met? Don't get me wrong. I think it’s good for …

The Secret to Successful HR Projects

Tim Sackett Bad HR, Change, Communication, Employee Communications, Employee Relations, Good HR, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, HR Technology, Innovation, Leadership, Metrics, Onboarding, Performance, Recognition, Recruiting, Relocation, SHRM, Sourcing, Succession Planning, T+D, Tim Sackett

I think the world is broken into two types of people: 1. People who do things the hard way. 2. People who let other people do things the hard way. I’m going to tell you what kind of person I am, but I actually didn’t write this piece, I shopped it out to someone on FreeLance.com for $5. The Secret …

FOT Challenge: What Are the Top Five Ways You Would Recruit for Amarillo?

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Recruiting, Relocation, Sourcing

Ever heard of BFE?  Of course you have.  It’s the letters people internal to a company use to describe the assignment that no one wants, usually based on location.  By location, I mean the location that everyone thinks stinks, and to be assigned there is to be an outcast. Examples:  Siberia. Antarctica. Amarillo. Does your company have a location that …

Relocation May Require Landlord Skills…

timtolan Compensation/Cash Money, Current Affairs, Interviewing, Making Offers, Onboarding, Recruiting, Relocation, Tim Tolan

It’s a tough discussion across the board. I’m talking about owning real estate in this market when seeking a job in a new city. Whether we are conducting a search for an individual contributor or a CEO – the challenges and options are identical. Critical financial choices have to be made that were non-existent a few years ago. We all know that the higher the salary/position the …

Goodbye, Gold-Plated Relocation: Hello, Cheap “Build as you Go” Relo…

Kris Dunn Compensation/Cash Money, Kris Dunn, Recruiting, Relocation, Total Rewards, Workforce Management Articles

Gather round the fire kids, because I’m about to tell you a story about the good old days.  Back when I was an emerging 20-something professional, companies used to really roll out the red carpet in exchange for you agreeing to move.  I’m serious – things like multiple house-hunting trips, job hunting assistance for your spouse and yes (gasp!), a home purchase …