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Measuring the Success of RTO Policies

It’s no secret that there has been a tug of war between employers and employees in the post-COVID era around return-to-office (RTO) efforts on the part of employers. While many employers would love to bring staff back to the office, a majority of employees prefer fully remote or at least hybrid work arrangements. And while […]
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3 Ways Humans and AI are Working Together to Improve Hiring

Many companies are filling fewer roles, a major shift from the blistering pace of hiring that we’ve seen over the last few years. Due to economic fears and a job market settling from the pandemic-era disruption, this less hurried atmosphere has ushered in a trend toward candidate quality over quantity. Today companies are taking a […]
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EntertainHR: Employer’s Guide to Navigating Mental Health in the Workplace

In just a few short weeks, the world will tune in to watch the most talented athletes in the planet beat world records and achieve what no one has done before. After years of training, it will all come down to that one race, that one floor exercise. With cameras in their face and millions […]
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AI’s Future in Talent Acquisition from a Rainy Scottish Beach

In this episode, Chad and Cheese, joined by Matt Alder, brave the typical Scottish weather from the comfort of a van parked on North Berwick Beach. The appalling weather and fog set the scene for a hilariously insightful discussion on the future of talent acquisition. Expect plenty of snark as they navigate topics like AI’s inevitable takeover, the rapid pace of tech evolution, and why you should never trust two American whiskey fans with a 14th-century spiral staircase.

They also humorously lament the state of recruitment tech, with Joel dreaming of a pub on the infamous Bass Rock (spoiler: there isn’t

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FTC Says Noncompetes Are Over, Mostly, and Now Courts Will Decide

The general rule on noncompete clauses in many states has been unchanged for some time. Unless there’s a public policy reason to declare them void, noncompetes are generally enforceable as long as they are reasonable in time and scope and narrowly tailored to protect the employer’s legitimate business interest without imposing an undue hardship on […]
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