A couple of weeks back, a woman in Winnipeg went public with a story about her job application with a local food delivery company. It turned into a PR nightmare. How would you have handled the situation?
Category: Recruit & Retain
For the last few years, the millennial labor force has dominated many HR conversations, but it’s important to note the new generation joining the workforce: Generation Z. Experts find that the needs and experiences of Generation Z are unique, as they are the first generation to only know life with mobile and internet technology. Therefore, they encompass an overall different attitude about work. Companies need to know what the priorities of these job seekers are as Generation Z will represent 20% of the workforce by the year 2020.
This is the second part of a two-part series exploring maternity career transitions.
“The Uninspireds”, “The Casual Daters” and “The Dissed” are looking for greener pastures.
Recruiting the right person for the job can save you from the start—in terms of effort, time and financial resources. Instead of rushing into things, take a seat and consider some of these HR secrets for avoiding the staggering consequences of bad hiring.
The latest ADP Canada Sentiment Survey reveals that a large majority of working Canadians (86 per cent) are as confident, or even more confident in the stability of their jobs versus the way they felt a year ago. Employers can use this opportunity to strengthen their relationship with employees, reduce turnover and build their employer brand.