Recruiting has always been an element of HR that attracts a high level of interest, primarily because it is such a controversial aspect of HR. As a newly converted capitalist I think markets correct themselves unless there is an inherent flaw in the manner in which an element of the market is operating or some element of the market is being unduly interfered with or manipulated. I think the same applies to this problem. I don’t think talent is hard to find I think recruiting may be the problem. I think the way in which recruiting is done is what may really be driving unemployment.
Volunteers are crucial to many not-for-profit and public organizations. All not-for-profits have volunteers – even if it is just at the Board of Director level. There is widespread awareness that the training standards for the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) apply to both volunteers and staff in the organization. But what about the accessibility standard for employment? Is it applicable to volunteers?
Three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with 2016 projected salary increases and criminal background checks.