Requiring college degrees: a sign of a ‘lazy employer’?
Leading organizations like IBM and Google are rethinking what makes a standout candidate.
Here’s the TA tech driving GM’s recruiting
As the automaker pursues a zero emissions future, its head of TA had to turn around its overburdened and under-resourced recruitment team.
GM is building a ‘zero emissions talent pipeline.’ What that means for TA
HR Tech Virtual keynote speaker Kyle Lagunas reveals how General Motors plans to hire 12,000 new employees with the help of 150 recruiters and new HR tech.
How the PGA of America expanded its diversity and inclusion
Chief People Officer Sandy Cross shares three lessons from an organization with a particularly challenging DEI history.
Is your DEI program missing this key element?
If employers aren't actively informing their workforces about DEI progress, true progress could be out of reach, a new survey finds.
This type of skill will be essential in the future of work
'Human,' or soft, skills are able to transfer across jobs and industries.
5 tech tools to power HR through the pandemic
How technology is helping HR make smarter, faster, better decisions.
How bias in ‘moments that matter’ hurts DEI recruiting efforts
It’s time for recruiters to get comfortable feeling uncomfortable in their DEI work, Spring HR Tech speaker says.
6 ways we’re getting diversity recruiting all wrong
Spring HR Tech keynoter Jackye Clayton says HR may need to 'shatter' old ways of doing things to be successful.