Online Recruiting Software: What Should You Look For?

  By Top Echelon  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

Here at Top Echelon, we routinely receive questions from recruiting firms about recruiting software. These questions include: “What are the most important features I need in my software? What is an ASP? What does good recruiting software cost? How can I be sure my data is secure when using online...

Four Spring Cleaning Rituals

  By Frank Risalvato  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Productivity

There have been more than a few outstanding ideas I regularly use, which I have collected from other "recruiting masters" over the decades. One of the best yearly ritual suggestions which I continue to use since first reading about it around 2000 in Steve Finkel's book "Breakthrough" deals...

Candidate Rapport Not Candidate

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Productivity

It's no surprise to any of you that we are in a candidate-driven marketplace. More and more I'm receiving email messages asking me how to develop candidate control. Therein lies the problem. I don't believe you can control another person. Think about what you have done when someone in...

Cash Flow - The Life Blood of Every Business

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Funding

The purpose of this article is to familiarize business owners with a kind of financing that is unfamiliar to many people, Factoring. I will explain, in a simple yet comprehensive way, how to improve your company’s cash flow. You may then decide if using the Factoring approach is a sound...

Background Checks Under Attack: EEOC Takes Aim at Hiring Practices

  By Diane J. Geller  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Background Screening

This summer, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) signaled that it was planning to revisit its longstanding Guidance (found at http://www.eeoc.gov/policy/docs/arrest_records.html ) which explains when employers can use arrest and conviction records as a pre-employment screening criteria. The EEOC also said it was contemplating issuing new Guidance on...

Top Five Ways to Stay Out of Court

  By John M. Polson  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

We live in the most litigious (i.e., lawsuit happy) place on the planet. Employment litigation is rampant. While employment lawsuits in Federal court may be declining in some regions, state litigation is exploding. And that explosion will become more dramatic as states aggressively add new employment laws on volatile topics...

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