Register for the Human Resource Management Institute

Register for the Human Resource Management Institute July 25-July 27 Atlanta, GA     The IPMI Human Resource Management Institute is a 2 ½ day meeting designed to address HR issues by facilitating dialogue amongst leading HR practitioners and experts. Join this gathering of progressive, Fortune 1000 companies, who are at the leading-edge of building, […]

NY HR Week 2005 Trumps Expectations – Up 32% to 3710 Registered Attendees

HR Executives In Record Numbers Attend HR Conference – Top Issues Include Outsourcing, Diversity, Benefits & Technology Milford, CT,April 20, 2005 NY HR Weeks conference directors today released recordattendee totals for the 2005 NY HR Week held April 12-14, 2005 at the New YorkHilton, making it the nations second largest HR event. Registered attendeestotaled 3,710, […]

Mobile Rising

More and more organizations are getting in the game of mobile recruiting. Advice on how to do it right. By Ward Christman With 77 percent of the workforce open to seeking better job opportunities according to CareerBuilder’s 2013 Candidate Behavior Study, it’s no wonder that companies are positioning themselves with as many as outlets as […]

How to Launch a Successful Employer Brand: Building on the Practices of Top Employer Brands

Download the How to Launch a Successful Employer Brand: Building on the Practices of Top Employer Brands report The results have just been released in a report called “How to Launch a Successful Employer Brand: Building on the Practices of Top Employer Brands”, which analyzes practices that distinguish Top Employer Brands from Other Brands. Hudson […]


How to overcome the pain points of healthcare hiring.   By Katie Calhoun   The healthcare sector has emerged as a bright spot on the national employment scene: The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the industry adding an average of 17,000 new jobs to the economy each month in 2013. But as healthcare professionals […]

More Than Staying Afloat

  A closer look at how to tackle supplemental healthcare staffing.   By Ralph Henderson    The last recession resulted in many hospitals and health systems launching or expanding internal float pools—a group of full-time and part-time employees willing to work whenever and wherever they’re needed. This resurgence in float pools was helped by an increased […]

Physicians Heal Themselves

How a healthcare system engaged for help wtih it own health.     By Dorothy Cain     Ochsner Health System is a non-profit multi-specialty healthcare system compromising eight hospitals and 38 clinics located throughout Louisiana. Since 2003, Ochsner had been monitoring its rising healthcare costs and the health of its workforce. The organization had […]

Mobility Utility

Job seekers are increasingly searching via handhelds reports a new survey from SimplyHired. Are you configured?     In the United States, nearly everyone owns a mobile phone. By 2016, the number of mobile devices is expected to surpass the world’s population—an 18-fold increase between 2011 and 2016. Increased smartphone use and WiFi capabilities mean […]

To Screen or Not To Screen?

Before running an employee check, decide if it’s a risk mitigator or money waster.   By Debbie Bolla     How well do you know your employees? It’s a tough question that more and more organizations are grabbling with. One solution that employers are turning to is total workforce screening, which includes both initial and […]