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Obamacare's Impact on Hiring and Recruiting

By Allison Reilly Tue, Dec 17,2013 @ AM

Under the new health care law, employers with more than 50 employees are required to provide health insurance, or face fines. The new law and its rules have started a lot of debate on how these changes will impact businesses and their hiring decisions. Some experts argue that there will be a period of uncertainty and open positions as companies, especially small and medium-sized businesses, figure out what their costs are going to be before they start hiring full time workers again. An October 2013 survey of 500 businesses found that 78% of them said Obamacare will have no impact on their hiring plans. So, what's really going on with Obamacare and hiring and recruiting?

Topics: recruiting, recruitment process outsourcing, hiring and recruiting news, employers, competitive workplace

 

More Effective Recruiting with Satisfaction Surveys

Talent acquisition is becoming a tool for developing competitive advantage, and the most successful talent acquisition strategies include employee and hiring manager satisfaction surveys. Successful talent acquisition doesn’t happen at the recruiter’s desk, behind closed doors, as a singular and solitary activity. It’s the result of meeting with employees, hiring managers, and other stakeholders to find out how they work, see what is happening in their departments, and understanding staffing needs. One very effective way to accomplish this is through satisfaction surveys.

Topics: recruiting, innovative recruiting, best practices, competitive workplace

 

Does Working From Home Kill Innovation?

The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the number of people who work from home has risen steadily and is approaching 11 percent in 2013. The government supports it as a way to cut down on commuting, and reduce traffic, pollution and office space. The Society for Human Resource Management reports that its surveys show that 63 percent of employers offer telecommuting. So when Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer decided in February 2013 to eliminate work from home options for Yahoo employees, it drew a lot of criticism and concern from HR, recruiters, and tech industry insiders.

Topics: competitive workplace, workplace best practices

 
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