20 Top Recruiting Podcasts for HR Pros

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Recruiter Podcast

Recruiting podcasts are a great way to stay updated on the latest talent acquisition. To save you time searching, I put together this list of 20 recruiting podcasts to listen to right now. Let’s get started: The Contract Recruiter Podcast In this recruiting podcast, Eloise Sutton-Kirkby takes you on a global tour of contract recruitment…. Read more »

What is Misgendering? [+ 10 examples]

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what is misgendering

Malicious misgendering has been making headlines for years. But what is it? And how can we stop it? This blog digs into: what misgendering is [hostile, malicious, and unintentonal] who’s weighing in on misgendering as a topic why misgendering in the workplace should be addressed 10 examples of misgendering in the news What is “hostile… Read more »

53.8% of Companies Write Job Ads that Hint at Lying

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Candidates are more likely to respond to your job ads if they feel you’re being honest, upfront, and show you value your employees. So, how are over 50% of companies doing the opposite? And how can you make sure this headline isn’t about you? Let’s find out… 3 Tips to Boost Your “Honesty Rating” It’s… Read more »

3 Benefits of Second Chance Hiring

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Benefits of Second Chance Hiring

Nearly 1/3 of Americans have a previous arrest or conviction record. The need for these 70 million people to gain employment is essential on an individual and an economic level. “Second chance hiring encourages businesses to consider candidates with criminal backgrounds and make them employable. It focuses on helping employers evaluate their overall value to… Read more »

15 Top Diversity Podcasts in 2022

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diversity and inclusion podcasts

DEI might feel like a moving target, and to an extent, it is. A great way to stay up-to-date is by listening to diversity podcasts. Podcasts are a somewhat new (and evolving) part of life. They’ve only been around since 2004. But, diversity and inclusion podcasts are an easy (and mostly free) way to learn… Read more »

Why Employee Benefits are Important for Employer Branding

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why employee benefits are important

This article digs into why employee benefits are important for attracting and retaining talent — more specifically related to employer branding. But first, here’s a quick definition of employer branding. What is employer branding? Employer branding (EB) is your reputation with your current employees (and the general public), especially job seekers. Your employer branding affects… Read more »

60+ Companies now offering Benefits for Abortion Access

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On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade which had made abortion legal nationwide since 1973. Since May 2022, when a memo previewing the “predicted” ruling was leaked, companies have been releasing statements promising to extend their benefits packages to include travel (and other expenses incurred) for employees seeking abortion (and… Read more »

20 Impressive Milestones on the Resumes of HR Pros

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At Ongig, we love celebrating each other’s accomplishments. So we thought it would be fun to shout out 20 HR Pros with impressive milestones on their resumes (a.k.a their LinkedIn profile). We’re excited to see what they’ll add to their resume next. Disclaimer: These successful folks were recommended to us through LinkedIn Sales Navigator. Here’s… Read more »

3 Examples of Subtle Bias [in Job Descriptions]

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subtle bias

Subtle bias in job descriptions is more common than you think. And it deters diverse candidates from applying for your jobs. So what is it? Subtle bias is hidden. It’s a: “discrete prejudice or preference toward a certain group, person, or thing that can drive one’s decisions and actions.”  (source: AnnualsReviews.org) It’s also another word… Read more »