From September, 2014

Are Older Workers Holding on to Jobs Hurting Younger Workers Looking for Jobs?

As a provider of job candidate assessment software we are very focused on turnover. We hate costly employee turnover, which studies have shown is mostly caused by poor job fit.  So we work hard to build software solutions that measure how well potential employees will fit the employers with whom they seek employment.  It’s how we can make an impact on turnover, making companies more productive and profitable. Continue reading “Are Older Workers Holding on to Jobs Hurting Younger Workers Looking for Jobs?” »

Video Interviewing & The Disabled: Do You Need An Accommodation?

Last month I had the opportunity to sit on a panel with three lovely women at the National ILG conference in Washington D.C. to talk about video interviewing and the disabled.  Our session “Access, Accommodations & Video Interview” discussed best practices associated with video interviews to ensure inclusion and full compliance as it relates to issues of accessibility.

Through previous discussions with fellow panel member Teresa Turner of Synchronized handicap sign minus fineResources Inc., I was exposed to a whole new meaning of what “disabled” can really mean.  Continue reading “Video Interviewing & The Disabled: Do You Need An Accommodation?” »

The Battle For Transgender Rights One Restroom At A Time.

As an attendee and presenter at the 2014 American Psychological Association conference held in Washington, D.C. in mid-August, I was struck by the presence of several “gender neutral genderneutralrr” restrooms.  Being of a certain age my first thought was that this was a nod to women’s rights.  Turns out my antediluvian mindset completely missed the point. Continue reading “The Battle For Transgender Rights One Restroom At A Time.” »