Does Employer Branding Influence a Candidate’s Job Application Decisions?

Employer branding is mainly concerned with creating and improving the image of an organization as an employer or as a great place to work. The employer brand influences how current and potential employees interact with a company’s brand, and more specifically, the company’s brand image as an employer. Both firm-level and job-related variables significantly influence … Continue reading Does Employer Branding Influence a Candidate’s Job Application Decisions?

Advances in Developing Human Resources Seeks Editor-in-Chief!

Advances in Developing Human Resources is currently welcoming applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief! Published quarterly, each issue of Advances in Developing Human Resources is devoted to a different topic central to the development of human resources. The journal has covered subjects as wide-ranging and vital as performance improvement, action learning, on-the-job training, informal learning, work-life … Continue reading Advances in Developing Human Resources Seeks Editor-in-Chief!

Top Five: Advances in Developing Human Resources

Want to know all about the latest research in human resource development? Take a look at the top five most read articles from Advances in Developing Human Resources! This journal explores problems and solutions in an organizational setting and discusses concepts for the future allowing scholars and practitioners to work more effectively in human resource … Continue reading Top Five: Advances in Developing Human Resources

Can Undocumented Immigrants Be Protected From Wage Theft?

A study done by Pew Hispanic Center found that undocumented immigrants living in the United States earned a median household income of $36,000, $14,000 less than their legal and native-born counterparts, despite the fact that many households had more working members. These workers are also more susceptible to situations where employment laws aren't followed, as … Continue reading Can Undocumented Immigrants Be Protected From Wage Theft?

Workplace Values Across the Generations

According the Economist, the current workforce can mostly be broken down into three generations: Baby-boomers (born between 1946 and the mid 60's), Generation X (born from the mid 60's to the early 80's) and Generation Y (born after the early 80's). However, managers are concerned more than in the past about working with three groups … Continue reading Workplace Values Across the Generations