ICYMI: How the Resume of the Future Will Reflect Your Personal Brand
JULY 02, 2018
Editor's Note: In today's fast-paced news cycle, we know it's difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest HR trends and stories. To make sure you're updated, we're recapping our most popular articles every month in our "In Case You Missed It" series. Keep reading for June's top stories!
How the Resume of the Future Will Reflect Your Personal Brand
Claire McTaggart, is tired of the traditional resume. Out of this frustration came SquarePeg, the company she launched to match job seekers with employers using assessments and algorithms. We asked her what the resume of the future should look like in order to make it more holistic and less frustrating.
Recruiters, It's Time to Start Texting Candidates
Adding text messaging into the recruiting mix could be the answer to more effectively—and successfully—connecting with talent in real time.
RecruitingDaily's William Tincup on How to Navigate the Future of Talent Management
More than ever before, learning is becoming a priority for today's candidates. We spoke withWilliam Tincup, the president of RecruitingDaily, about how changing candidate needs are transforming hiring, the employee experience and retention efforts.
Why Starbucks' Unconscious Bias Training Probably Won't Change Much
To drive real change, organizations need leaders who understand their role in shaping behaviors, and it's up to these leaders to teach employees how to best represent the image of the organization in their work. Read on for four practical ways leaders can shape culture and behavior on their teams.
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