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7 HR Trends Emerging in 2018

Originally posted on Jobillico.com With the bright summer of 2018 upon us, the HR trends that will redefine and expand the role of human resources in the workforce this year are already emerging. It is clear that technology has now been fully integrated into virtually every stage of employment, from job posting, recruiting, resume submissions, Applicant Tracking Systems, interviews and day-to-day job tasks. Jobillico has identified 7 key HR trends which have emerged in 2018, which companies...

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So You're Back From Deployment - Now What?

After serving your country for years, it can be hard to adjust back to civilian life. After all, in the military, you usually don't have to worry about housing, food, or a steady paycheck - all of which are uncertainties now. But don't worry, there are many resources and community organizations that help new veterans find their footing.   Take Advantage of Discounts   10% off here and there doesn't seem like a lot, but over a lifetime, military discounts add up....

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The Ultimate Guide To Background Checks

WHY DO EMPLOYERS CONDUCT BACKGROUND CHECKS? Although checking for criminal records is one of the biggest, there are many other reasons why employers conduct background checks when hiring, including: Mitigating the risk of hiring someone with fraudulent credentials Complying with federal and/or state laws regarding certain jobs, such as teaching or providing elder care Protecting against liability in the event an employee’s actions harm anyone or damage property  ...

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5 Workers Comp Benefits You Didn't Know Were Available

When it comes to workers compensation benefits, there are tons of benefits that the average person doesn't even know exist. Education yourself about the lesser-known benefits so you can make sure you receive all the help you deserve.   Paid Recovery Time   Not only do injured workers receive benefits that pay directly towards medical expenses, but they also receive paid recovery time. This paid time is most commonly on a weekly basis and helps supplement income for a pe...

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5 Most Common Hiring Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Hiring a new employee is a stressful experience for human resources professionals, department leaders, and employees who will be taking on excess work during the training and onboarding period. This stress and frustration are exacerbated when the new hire doesn’t work out and leaves soon after starting. To reduce the instances of employee turnover-- both in a new hire and seasoned employees who become fed up-- hiring managers need to avoid making errors during the hiring process. Here i...