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Recruiting News Roundup

Every Friday morning – grab a cup of coffee and get your read on – as we take a look back through some of the important and sharable HR and Recruiting news that came across our newsfeeds this week:

A Twitter employee making $160,000 a year says he’s only scraping by in San Francisco (Read @ Yahoo News)
A Twitter employee speaking on the condition of anonymity told The Guardian he’s scraping by on a base salary of $160,000. The employee is in his early 40s, lives in San Francisco, and has had to borrow money in the past to “make it through the month,” The Guardian reports.

Spotlight on iRecruit with Sage HRMS Integration and Onboarding (Read @ CMS Blog)
Sage HRMS (Human Resources Management Software) customers can improve talent management and recruiting with iRecruit, and streamline their onboarding process with iConnect.

There Are Differences In What the Generations Want From Work (Read @ TLNT)
I was doing some research for a client and came across this report from Monster:  Monster Multi-Generational Survey, published in 2016. The underlying survey was concluded in January 2016 and surveyed more than 2,000 across the Boomer, X, Y and Z generations.

8 Hiring Stats That Will Change the Way You Recruit (Read @ Recruiter.com)
When it comes to creating recruitment processes or making hiring decisions, I like to do my research. So, in my fact-dependent fashion, I did a little refresher research before I began screening and interviewing last fall’s round of interns and new talent at Red Branch Media.

Using Knock Out Questions on an Employment Application (Read @ iRecruit Blog)
iRecruit gives you many ways to customize an application for employment, from selecting and editing questions as you build your application. It can be configured to meet your needs. As applicants and candidates flow in, you may find that not all of the applicants meet the needs and requirements specified for a role.

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