Social Media Screening is beginning to catch on in a more systematic process of analyzing the public profiles of candidates. Read our article to learn the latest on this new technology.
ICON explains what co-employment risks exist in the payrolling industry and how we can mitigate those risks.
Answer these 10 questions to determine the health of your payrolling compliance.
Using AI to analyze video interviews is becoming more common. HR and Hiring Managers should understand the technology and make sure it is free from bias. State law is being implemented to control how these videos are managed, stored, and shared. Read the full article to keep your company in compliance.
Using contract workers offers many benefits including cost and time savings. Contact ICON to explore how to save money and manage a contingent worker program effectively.
Diversity in the workplace is a hot topic among employers. Organizations are not only rolling out diversity training to current employees, but also looking at the diversity of their employee population and hiring practices. Why is this important to you?
Have you reviewed your leave policies lately? If not, now is the time. States (and cities and counties) across the nation are passing paid sick leave laws at an ever increasing pace and this trend is moving full steam ahead.
Navigating California employment law can be a daunting undertaking. From leave laws to San Francisco’s Medical Reimbursement Account mandate, the California employment landscape is ever changing. Some employers are even steering away from operating in California due to the legal complexities of employment in the state.
It is not uncommon to lose an IT member while working on a project. IT is becoming more and more of a transient industry. How you handle these type of situations can be key in completing a project on time. This is where IT staffing can play a big part.
You have posted your open role, screened resumes, and narrowed down applications to a qualified pool of candidates. Now it’s time to schedule interviews. What type of interview and style should you use?