The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC), the professional body for the UK recruitment industry, has unveiled people platform Bob - the transformative HR management tool - as its latest business partner.
It's easy for businesses to adopt new technologies that consequently mean they lose that human touch, both for customers and their employees. These systems can leave employees feeling underappreciated but Joel Farrow, managing director of Bob, says that they've found ways to use technology to put people first.
It’s an exciting time for your business - you’re looking to expand and start hiring workers in a new state. This might be your first time doing so and you’re beginning to realize that with it comes heaps of admin, set-up, and legal considerations.
In 2017, the Department of Labor (DOL) scrapped US-wide plans to increase the salary threshold for exempt employees following challenges from multiple states. The DOL has continued to postpone these plans, however, the states of California and New York have elected to raise their own exempt salary threshold for 2019.
For growing businesses looking to expand, Canada presents some attractive prospects and plenty of potential opportunities. But, while there are similarities in employment law between the US and Canada, it’s important to be able to navigate the differences compliantly to avoid penalties.
With so much being invested in recruitment, is there anything recruiters can do to boost their chances of closing a deal with a much sought after candidate? The answer is a resounding ‘yes’. Check out these proven and easy to implement tips to improve your chances of getting candidates to accept your job offers.