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Monthly Recruiting Newsletter

January 2012

 
RathinSinha-President
In This Issue

January is a busy time of year. The holidays are over, everyone is back to work, and most employers are focused on New Year initiatives, including hiring. January is an optimal time to reassess your recruiting programs and resolve to make modifications to initiatives based on results from the past year. And this month we have a variety of articles that address many of the recruiting issues you will more than likely be faced with in the year ahead.

One of the most important areas you should assess at the beginning of each year is your compliance strategy; ensuring that you have programs in place that meet laws and regulations as it pertains to Equal Opportunity hiring and Affirmative Action. For more details, read Your Compliance Strategy for the New Year.

In terms of compliance, we have two articles which outline the history of two of the most important laws governing OFCCP, including Origins of Affirmative Action and A Closer Look at the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA).

And we can't end this newsletter without asking you about your New Year's resolutions. What are they? In our article New Year's Resolutions for Recruiters we outline some proactive steps you can take today to make the best of your efforts, including aligning your recruiting programs to your organizational and employee development plans to how best to use social media.

Speaking of social media, it's probably one of the most efficient ways to vet potential candidates, not to mention an effective career development tool that recruiters can use to align their own professional experience with their career development. Read our article Using Social Media for Research and Development for more.

We wish you the best of luck with your recruiting initiatives this year.

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Recruiting and Employment Resources

Your Compliance Strategy for the New Year

Your Compliance Strategy for the New Year

Developing an OFCCP compliance strategy is the best approach to meet the mandate for compliance, and limit potential liability issues due to non-compliance...Read More »

Origins of Affirmative Action

Origins of Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action plays a critical role in promoting diversity in the workplace. Its foundation is based on Civil Rights provisions on racial inequality. The phrase "Affirmative Action"; however...Read More »

A Closer Look at the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA)

A Closer Look at the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA)

If you are a federal contractor who needs to develop an OFCCP compliance strategy, the first order of business is an understanding of the laws which govern the OFCCP mandate...Read More »

New Year's Resolutions for Recruiters

New Year's Resolutions for Recruiters

With the New Year everyone begins to focus on their resolutions. Whether it's losing weight, getting more fit or taking on a new hobby, committing to achieving this goal can be empowering...Read More »

Using Social Media for Research and Development

Using Social Media for Research and Development

Social networking, whose popularity has grown exponentially since its inception, will continue to prove to be a valuable resource for recruiters in terms of both research and career development...Read More »

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