The Most Common Missed Business Opportunity for New CEOs

Learn more about Comeet’s collaborative hiring platform by clicking here to join our weekly 30-minute demo.  McKinsey & Company’s recent “Becoming CEO” report features data on new CEOs and what areas they believe they should have focused on more quickly in hindsight—specifically in the area of hiring or retaining top talent. From the McKinsey report: …

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How Leadership Can Communicate & Collaborate Better with HR

Learn how the Sisense global recruiting team doubled their employee headcount in under 12 months. Click here to watch their interview.  According to the latest Small Business Survey, 21% of today’s owners lack confidence in their organization’s ability to keep current with HR compliance. Of the core functions that make up HR, they’re the least …

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How HR Can Gain Confidence with Your Executive Team

Learn more about Comeet’s collaborative recruiting platform. Click here to register to join our upcoming demo. We already know that one of the most important relationships in the hiring and recruiting process is that of recruiter and hiring manager. But what about HR leadership gaining the confidence of its executive team? A new Business Insider report finds …

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Talent Dilemmas for CFOs and Senior Leaders

As senior business leaders, we are always focused on looking forward, forecasting and building long-term business strategies must maintain and grow our organizations, while taking advantage of the bull marketplace. While building out business forecasting models and taking time to evaluate how current and future economic conditions will impact our business is important,, CFOs and …

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How Your ATS System Can Protect Your Company From Liability

Earlier this year the American Dental Association was fined $1.95 million by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for discrimination against seniors and disabled people. The ADA also agreed to change its hiring practices and offer anti-discrimination training to its employees, all of which are costly endeavors. In 2015 Target paid $2.8 million to settle …

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