PORTLAND, Ore.—Online job boards are the most often utilized recruiting tool for hiring managers at small and mid-sized organizations, according to a recent study by the Inavero Institute for Service Research, a leading provider of employment related research tools. The study titled “2008 Study of Recruiting Practices—Insight from the Nation’s Hiring Managers,” conducted in June 2008, included more than 1,000 hiring experiences throughout the United States in a variety of industries.
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International School of Hospitality New Hospitality Human Resources Certificate Program Opens Regist
The International School of Hospitality proudly launches a Las Vegas-based human resources certificate program specially tailored to the hospitality industry.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 11, 2008—This September, The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) will launch another new certificate program aimed at human resource professionals in the hospitality industry. The Hospitality Human Resources Certificate Program will cover the cycle of personnel management from entry to development to maintenance to exit. The course is divided into sixteen sections, including recruiting for this specialized industry, HR law, the labor market, training needs assessment, performance appraisals, selecting front and back of house employees, and other tools for management and their staff. Lectures, case studies, industry guest speakers, HR panel presentations, role-playing and discussions will drive the learning experience. No other continuing education program in the Southern Nevada area offers this certificate program.
The “Bakers Dozen” Top Providers and “Global Leaders” Identified in Buyers Survey of More Than 260 Respondents
EDISON, NJ,—HRO Today Magazine today announced the carefully watched results of its annual Bakers Dozen ranking of major recruitment process outsourcing firms. The results were based upon a survey completed by 262 HR executives who are current buyers of RPO services. The RPO providers were rated on the breadth of their service, the size of the programs they manage and the quality of service provided. The market was grouped into 3 lists: the Enterprise Bakers Dozen list, Global Leaders list and a list of leading Project/On Demand Providers.
We offer six ways to boost BI adoption rates and drive greater return on your BI investments. By Michael Corcoran
Business intelligence (BI) technology has had a tremendous impact on decision-making activities at most companies. In the last several years, it has become one of the most commonly deployed software technologies in the business world, helping executives, managers, and professional analysts stay in touch with current activities.
From an end-user standpoint, however, BI technology is only beginning to reach its potential. In this article, I identify six ways to boost BI adoption rates and drive greater return on your BI investments.
Over the years, Human Resources has evolved from primarily payroll and recordkeeping, into a bona-fide profession. Today, human resource professionals sit at the table with executives, and are key players in aligning people and programs toward achievement of company strategic goals. Management often depends on HR for guidance on handling sensitive personnel problems, and for expertise on complying with a myriad of complex and confusing employment regulations.