Asking a job candidate about his or her current and/or prior wages has long been used as a tool for employers to gauge their own salary offers. So, why are many states and major cities now striking the practice from applications and in-person interviews?
Whenever new products, services and even assessments hit the market, they come with claims of how – and how well – they work. It’s a scientist’s job to put them to the test to see if their claims stack up. David Smith, Ph.D., president and CEO of EASI•Consult®, shares how the Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ holds true to what it says it can do for organizations.
Development planning is a widespread practice, although statistics show most HR professionals don’t find them effective. So, what’s the solution?
March is Women’s History Month, and what better way to observe it than by taking a look at some interesting research that suggests women keep a cooler head in competitive situations than their male counterparts.