Human Resources News

The daily Wiser human resources news email is designed for human resources professionals and those with an interest in the function. That function is crucial to all sizes of business and organization, from small companies with a handful of employees up to large corporations that employ thousands. The term covers the people or department in a company responsible for staffing issues - recruitment, training, downsizing, and performance appraisal. Proper management of human resources helps companies attract and retain the best people, get the most out of their workforce, and stay on the ride side of employment laws and regulations. So staying up-to-date with the industry has never been more important. Technology presents new challenges for businesses on a daily basis, and many industries are going through periods of change. There are also new ways of working that can be learned, as well as changes in regulations that should always be monitored. Register today for the free human resources news email from Wiser. Once signed up you will receive a daily digest in your inbox featuring the articles you should read to stay informed on this important aspect of business.

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Your Weekly Recommendations Saturday, February 25, 2017
 
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Revealed: 20 of the toughest interview questions you could face
Telegraph • Mark Molloy
Kishan S Rana: Why India needs smart diplomacy
Business Standard • Kishan S. Rana
Teen asked if he’d have sex with his parents during TGI Friday’s job interview
Raw Story • Erin Corbett
Forget the Amex Black Card -- Here Are 3 Better Credit Card Deals
Fool.com: The Motley Fool • Matthew Frankel
Why ‘One Size Fits All’ Is No Longer A Relevant Benefits Strategy
Next Blog • Heather Garbers
Why Snapchat's unprecedented real estate strategy in Venice could be tech's new standard
Los Angeles Times • Nina Agrawal
LinkedIn Privacy Settings and How they Effect Your Job Search
The Savvy Intern by YouTern • Dana Leavy
Fayette's singing deputy to audition for The Voice
Register Herald - news • Sarah Plummer Register-Herald Reporter
'My boss called me a hypochondriac' – your stories of working with disabilities
The Guardian • Charlotte Seager, Guardian Readers
EIBFS reports record number of participants in 2016
CPI Financial • Cpi_Financial
 
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American Express Co, Palantir Technologies Inc
Revealed: 20 of the toughest interview questions you could face
TelegraphMark Molloy
Could you answer the toughest interview questions? Here are the top 20. “What on your CV is the closest thing to a lie?” —Marketing and Communications Employee, The Phoenix Partnership “What am I thinking right now?” —Regional Director, TES Global “How would...
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Diplomacy, Economic Policy
Kishan S Rana: Why India needs smart diplomacy
Business StandardKishan S. Rana
Foreign ministries typically seldom enjoy a support constituency in the home country. When the Indian ministry of external affairs (MEA) performs well in a crisis, as during the evacuation of stranded Indians in Libya or Yemen in times of local conflict, it...
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Human Resources, Recruiting
Teen asked if he’d have sex with his parents during TGI Friday’s job interview
Raw StoryErin Corbett
Daniel Dougherty, an 18-year-old apprentice engineer, was caught off guard while interviewing for a job at a local TGI Friday’s in Derby, England earlier this month. Interviewers apparently asked him a series of inappropriate and bizarre questions — to say the least....
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American Express Co, Credit Cards
Forget the Amex Black Card -- Here Are 3 Better Credit Card Deals
Fool.com: The Motley FoolMatthew Frankel
When it comes to exclusivity, prestige, and over-the-top benefits for cardholders, you're not going to find a credit card that beats the American Express Centurion, better known as the Amex black card. However, not everyone needs the benefits of the Centurion --...
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Employee Benefits, Finance
Why ‘One Size Fits All’ Is No Longer A Relevant Benefits Strategy
Next BlogHeather Garbers
If you’re like most employers these days, your workforce is comprised of four distinct generations whose ages are separated by as many as 50 years. On the plus side, that diversity provides a wealth of expertise and talent to enrich the organization....
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Financial Regulatory Bodies, Human Resources
Why Snapchat's unprecedented real estate strategy in Venice could be tech's new standard
Los Angeles TimesNina Agrawal
A tech start-up based in Los Angeles rather than Silicon Valley. A mobile app that built its appeal by deleting photos and messages. Vertical video in a widescreen world. Snapchat, the popular photo and video messaging app, has broken the mold in...
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Digital Media, Microsoft Corp
LinkedIn Privacy Settings and How they Effect Your Job Search
The Savvy Intern by YouTernDana Leavy
While I’m all about increasing your online visibility during a job search, privacy and security are still concerns. This includes LinkedIn. So it’s important to understand the options you have when it comes to LinkedIn privacy settings. Who can you block? Who...
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Recruiting, Social Media Industry
Fayette's singing deputy to audition for The Voice
Register Herald - newsSarah Plummer Register-Herald Reporter
Fayette County's singing deputy plans to give The Voice judges a taste of his country-infused gospel at open call auditions in Baltimore today. Deputy Robert Legg, now in his 14th year with the Fayette County Sheriff's Department, has made the trek to...
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Human Resources
'My boss called me a hypochondriac' – your stories of working with disabilities
The GuardianCharlotte Seager, Guardian Readers
It is wonderful to work and forget my disability In 2015 I lost both my legs below the knees, the hearing in my right ear, and all the muscles in my hands due to sepsis, so I’m still figuring out my new...
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Finance, Human Resources
EIBFS reports record number of participants in 2016
CPI FinancialCpi_Financial
The institute, a regional leader in banking and finance education and training, delivered a total of 879 vocational training and educational programmes throughout the year – the highest number to date. EIBFS welcomed a total of 23,899 participants, registering an increase of...
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