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Recruiting News Roundup #FridayReads

Happy Friday – you made it through another week! Take a look at this week’s must read articles for recruiters, hiring managers and everyone in between:

Webinar Recording: Strengthening Your Workforce With Diversity and Inclusion Amid Covid-19
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6 Things That Interviewers Want Us To Know About Remote Interviews (Read @ Glassdoor)
In some ways, a remote job interview can seem like a welcome relief from the traditional format. You don’t have to worry about directions or getting stuck in traffic; plus, you only have to agonize over half an outfit.

The Post-Pandemic Rules of Talent Management (Read @ HBR)
Over the past decades, rapid digital transformation has enabled organizations to completely reimagine the way they work and manage talent.

Is It OK to Pay Similarly Situated Employees Different Rates? (Read @ HR Daily Advisor)
Anyone who has dealt with payroll can probably attest to how easy it is to end up with similar employees who are paid different amounts. It can happen for lots of reasons.

12 Competencies Shared by Exceptional Recruiters, According to LinkedIn’s Recruiting Leaders (Read @ LinkedIn)
The role of the recruiter has evolved a lot over the past decade, shifting from largely transactional to highly strategic. Recruiting professionals now have a real opportunity to strategically advise the business on talent matters, rather than just writing down what their hiring managers want.

Should you get paid based on where you live? (Read @ BBC)
As many workers scatter from big-city headquarters to smaller, remote-work-friendly enclaves, should their pay be adjusted due to lower cost of living?

3 Ways Organizations Can Build a More Diverse Workforce (Read @ SHRM)
Many organizations are asking themselves right now, “How can we recruit a more diverse workforce?” It’s a good question and one that deserves our attention.

Remote onboarding: welcoming new hires virtually (Read @ Monster)
As states around the U.S. move into various stages of reopening, many businesses are choosing to let workers work from home for the foreseeable future—and are faced with the need to use remote onboarding to get new hires up to speed.

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