Use These 7 New Tips To Improve Your Candidate Experience

Nowadays, candidate experience is paramount, and it’s more than a passing trend. The way recruitment gets done has changed. The current job market is candidate-driven. It is not about you picking the candidate now the candidate chooses a company based on candidate experience. That’s why it’s necessary for your company to ace the candidate experience. 

Now, the candidates are far more selective and looking to find a match that’s beneficial for them. What does it mean for the employer? When you are competing to land the best talent out there, there’s no room for delays & lacklustre hiring process. The candidate experience matters a lot whether they get hired or not because it contributes to the reputation of the company. 

According to a statistic, nearly four out of five jobs applicants believe that the candidate experience serves as the valid indicator of how a company values its people. Another statistic Read more

Ripple Price Prediction: XRP/USD Bears Retain Control As the Price Falls Below $0.25

XRP Price Prediction – September 18

The Ripple (XRP) price continues to trade below the crucial $0.25 resistance level.

XRP/USD Market

Key Levels:

Resistance levels: $0.28, $0.30, $0.31

Support levels: $0.22, $0.21, $0.20

XRPUSD – Daily Chart

At the time of writing, XRP/USD is correcting downwards after touching the resistance at $0.255. However, given the large narrowing in price action, a breakout could very well be explosive for the coin as the price moves within the 9-day and 21-day moving averages, subject to a breach. The Ripple’s price is changing hands at $0.249 within a range high up at $0.253 down to a low of $0.235.

What Is the Next Direction for Ripple (XRP)?

However, the daily chart reveals that the coin is seen correcting downwards after having soared at $0.255. Unable to hit the resistance, the coin is moving towards the major support at $0.240. But once the coin … Read more

CDC Recalls Its Guidelines on Coronavirus Testing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday reversed a controversial recommendation made last month suggesting that people who have had close contact with someone infected with Covid-19 don’t need to get tested for it if they show no symptoms. The August revision included exceptions for “vulnerable” individuals and testing required by health care providers or state and local public health officials.

It was later revealed that the recommendation, made on August 24, came from political appointees in the Trump administration, according to an investigation by the New York Times. The change allegedly ran counter to the advice of scientists at the CDC. The decision did not undergo the agency’s usual review process, according to the reports. The authors of that recommendation, Michael R. Caputo, the Health and Human Services Department’s top spokesman, and Dr. Paul Alexander, a new science adviser for the department, have left

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What to Do When You Have a Leaking Roof

Water damage is something that many homeowners may have to deal with at some point. Knowing how to prevent a leaking roof and what to do when your roof is leaking may save you time and money. Here are some important things to keep in mind if you encounter a roof leak.

Contact a licensed roofer

Licensed roofers have experience learning how to identify different problems. They’ve also studied and learned the best ways to resolve them. You might think you can save some money by making the repairs yourself. But if the repairs aren’t done properly, it could end up costing you more in the long run.

Attempting to fix a leaky roof can be risky

Even with all the training roofers receive, they have one of the highest work-related death rates in the construction industry.[1] It’s a startling fact that illustrates how dangerous it can be to … Read more

Putting People First: 10 Wellness Challenges Your Employees Will Love

Employee wellness programs are nothing new. In fact, there are many companies that focus solely on various ways to engage and encourage employees to take better care of their health and wellness. (Check out our Best Employee Wellness Platforms reviews for more details.) 

It’s not just about exercise and better eating habits. From smoking cessation to meditation and even financial wellness, employers have many ways to help employees improve themselves. But for all the options, it can still be a challenge to get employees to participate the way we hope they will.

Here are some great wellness challenges your team members are sure to love.

Fitness Challenges

We all know we need to eat better and exercise more, but that doesn’t make it less of a struggle to do so. Fun nutrition and exercise challenges can help incentivize employees to try a little harder—especially with the right prizes on the … Read more