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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP BLOGS OF THE WEEK
Why Shrinking College Enrollment is a Bad Sign for HR: Stand fast and hold on to your employees! New statistics are projecting low college enrollment. Tim Sackett explains why this phenomenon is happening and how it will affect HR. Read more.
Employee Engagement: Why Is Gender (Still) A Factor?: While there are many individualistic factors that contribute to employee engagement, in general women are less likely to be engaged than men at work. Is this a coincidence or the result of unfriendly female work environments? Read More.
The Biggest Game of Cat and Mouse You’ll Ever Play: Many HR professionals have probably worked with computer illiterate employees from time to time. Bringing these employees up to date can be a herculean task, but may be the only way to keep employees and the organization afloat. Read More.
The interviewer’s Guide to job Interview Lies: That fishy smell may not just be your imagination, but in fact a real warning sign that the candidate may be trying to pull a fast one. Some of the most common lies interviewees spin may surprise you. Read More.
Using the SnapChat Approach in your Recruiting Efforts: Can you convey your recruiting message in 10 seconds or less? In a world of ever shortening attention spans and apps like SnapChat, which only display a message for 10 seconds, conveying a message quickly may be the only way to attract the next generation of applicants. Read More.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
Hiring for Your Own Kind: HR professionals often see themselves as a part of a unique group of workers with nerves of steel and the ability to deal with any bizarre situation. It is because of this sense of camaraderie that it can be challenging to look outside the group when filling an HR position. Sabra Reyes takes the time to help us fill the void. Read More.