recruitAbility CEO Nad Elias explains why the virtual interview process is here to stay. Leading companies from around the U.S. are innovating to access larger pools of talent and to save money in the process.
We want to recognize the other winners of Austin Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places To Work competition. We’re honored and humbled to be joined by such a distinguished and innovative group of companies.
There are already early signs of an economic rebound despite the unemployment report from April. Just don’t expect that we will return to the same jobs market as before, and we don’t mean simply because of the volume of jobs available.
During this economic downturn, fight the urge to get sucked into a negative thought spiral. Here are some resources to help you navigate these unprecedented times.
Chances are that your current work situation is unusual, and it’s OK to acknowledge that. Working from home with your kids when your options for leaving the house are limited is disruptive. Don’t beat yourself up if your at-home work routine is not yet a well-oiled machine.
When the dust settles after Coronavirus subsides and life returns to “normal,” it’d be naive to think that companies will go back to how it used to be. I believe current events will change how we work forever.
Is the best approach to work a flexible schedule, or should most companies follow a strict 9-to-5 schedule? We explore the pro’s and con’s of flex scheduling to make sense of the modern workweek.
Why are some companies moving to a 32-hour workweek, and what are the implications? We analyze this recent trend as part of our series exploring new developments in the workplace.
We’re writing a series of posts exploring recent trends that are challenging workplace norms. Our first topic is remote work.
Give companies credit for recognizing the flaws in their current hiring processes, because many of them are now using standardized personality and behavioral tests, as well as skills assessments and artificial intelligence (AI), to improve.