It’s clear that recruiting bias is still a major topic of concern.
Last month, 175 CEOs united to be a part of the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion alliance including organizations that span from Walmart to Major League Baseball.
As part of their pledge, one of their main goals is to mitigate recruiting bias and other types of biases in the workplace.
One benefit that has resulted from all this attention is that a lot of companies have started to develop resources on how to educate ourselves on these biases in order to help reduce their negative effects.
Here’s a list of the 5 best resources online for reducing recruiting bias. Continue reading
HR compliance may not be the most exciting topic around but it’s one that recruiters need to understand to do their jobs ethically and legally.
With laws at the federal, state, and local levels, compliance can be a confusing and complicated issue.
That’s why I spoke with employment lawyer, Kate Bischoff, to share her expertise on the basics of HR compliance that every recruiter should know.
What does being compliant mean in the context of recruiting?
Compliance in recruiting is currently focused on discrimination, specifically disparate treatment and impact.
In the future, issues around the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and privacy will become more important. Continue reading