Happy Friday! Take a look at the latest recruiting news that popped on our newsfeed this week:
10 Useful Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Your iRecruit Account: #7 Reduce Hiring Paperwork
We’re counting down the 10 Useful Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Your iRecruit Account. iConnect allows you to take control of the mountain of new hire paperwork and manage it online in your secure iRecruit database. iConnect includes I-9s, W-4s, and State Tax Forms. iConnect also has the ability to build and create almost any onboarding document.
WOTC Questions: Do you have an online questionnaire? (Read @ WOTC Blog)
CMS Says: We do have a secure online portal for all new hires to do the Work Opportunity Tax Credit screening questionnaire. Employers can also track and report on activity on the WOTC portal to make sure all employees are complying with the 28-day Rule. CMS also allows employers to screen via paper and phone.
4 Ways To Handle Salary Information In A Job Description (Read @ ZipRecruiter)
Writing a great job description is hard enough, but there’s always the lingering question of how a business should advertise a position’s salary. There are different schools of thought on this topic, and what the company is looking for in a candidate may sway how it handles the situation.
Do’s and Don’ts for Hiring Former Employees (Read @ CareerBuilder)
They say it’s never a good idea to get back together with an ex. But try telling that Prince William and Kate Middleton, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, or Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell. These couples prove that breakups don’t have to last forever and can even make for a stronger relationship the second time around.
Job Posting: Candidates Must Be African American, Native American, Hispanic/Latino (Read @ Inc.)
The State of New York is hiring a new intern for its summer internship program. Unfortunately, for a particular internship, they posted the job saying “Internship candidates must be underrepresented minorities (African American, Native American, Hispanic/Latino American) college seniors graduating SPRING 2018 OR currently enrolled graduate students.”