Some helpful resources from 180one.
In part one of this series, we address some skills and techniques that can help keep your business moving forward despite the current state of the union. There is still stability to be found in the world of recruiting, hiring, and on-boarding, and we hope to help ease you into this new “normal”. Keep reading to learn more!
We have connected with our clients, friends and partners over the past week and have been sharing what we are learning in the market and how we each can most effectively incorporate all this new information into our planning process. Here are some resources that we have found to be most helpful!
We have put together a quick list of Dos and Don’ts to be aware of when participating in a video interview. While some may seem obvious, it never hurts to double check that you are following these guidelines and do your part in making this virtual transition as seamless as possible.
On March 18, 2020, the President signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, HR 6201, in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Aviva Kamm at Stokes Lawrence put together an excellent summary of key points for employers to consider in business planning and compliance during these weeks and months to come.
This article is the second in 180one’s two-part series looking at how your organization can effectively use behavioral assessment tests for hiring and developing your employees.
This article is the first in 180one’s two-part series looking at how your organization can effectively use behavioral assessment tests for hiring and developing your employees. Stay tuned for part two, which will go live in May!
This article is the first in 180one’s two-part series looking at how your organization can identify and avoid Interview Bias, and why it’s a vital consideration in hiring. Check back in February for the next installment.
The Oregon Equal Pay Act Has Changed the Executive-Level Salary Discussion -- Here's How to Strategize Communication & Hiring Success
The new Oregon law that restricts employers from asking job seekers about their current salary has revealed some unintended consequences in vetting candidates for executive-level jobs. Today on The Water Cooler, we share our strategies that allow hiring managers to gather comprehensive information about a candidate while honoring the spirit of the new legislation.