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Recruiting News Roundup

This week’s recruiting news:

Sing all You Want, but Hang Up the Phone First
If you are one of those unlucky recruiters staffing the office during this hiring interregnum, today’s roundup was written with your entertainment in mind. Mostly, you can thank GeniusHR for collecting this most amazing list of employee and employer blunders and antics.

What Can Cupertino’s Boom Teach YOU About Recruiting?
Cupertino, California: home of Apple, Inc. and a city that didn’t experience booming success until one industry – IT – radically changed it. It can be argued that much of Cupertino’s growth stems from Apple’s presence, and I was curious to find out what other industries benefited from the IT giant.

The Top 10 Mistakes Hiring Managers Make When Courting Candidates
It takes two to tango, but only one to tangle things up. Here’s my list of the top 10 mistakes hiring managers make during the candidate courtship:

What can HR expect in 2014? Regs, rulings, reform and more
This year was no walk in the park for HR pros — and there looks to be plenty to keep everyone busy in the coming year. Here’s what should be on HR’s radar in 2014, courtesy of Fisher & Phillips’ Jim Holland and Much Shelist’s Sheryl Jaffee Halpern.

13 Workplace Trends We Saw in 2013
ere’s what we already know – and won’t soon forget – about the past year: 2013 was a year defined by wrecking balls, Royal babies, Kardashian babies, Kardashian breakups, Beiber monkey drama, doping scandals and selfies. Fortunately, none (or very few) of those things happened in the workforce. Let’s see what 2013 brought in the world of workforce management, talent acquisition and employee engagement this year.

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