The 10 Must-Read Articles for Recruiters This Week

May 31, 2019

If you’re looking for a stimulating read, here’s a great list for you. We found some of the best recent articles published for talent professionals and posted them below. They cover a wide range of topics, including the benefits of micro-internships, the lack of progress in many companies' diversity and inclusion efforts, and why implementing a flexible work policy can prevent "deviant" employee behavior.

Here are the must-read posts for this week:

1. Former Inmates Are Getting Jobs as Employers Ignore Stigma in Bright Economy — by Jasmine Garsd

2. Traditional 9-to-5 Causes 'Deviant' Employee Behaviour — by Sophie Parrott

3. 75-Year-Old Job Hunters Could Become New Normal in Aging Japan — by Isabel Reynolds & Emi Nobuhiro

4. Intel Was Losing Employees. So It Created an Anonymous Hotline to Help Unhappy Workers — by Kathryn Vasel

5. Talent Test-Drive: Micro-Internships May Benefit Students and Employers Alike — by Riia O'Donnell

6. WHO Redefines Burnout as a 'Syndrome' Linked to Chronic Stress at Work — by Rhitu Chatterjee

7. Millennials and Gen Z Are Increasingly Pessimistic About Their Lives, Survey Finds — by Marie Patino

8. How British Companies Can Tackle the Talent Challenges Created by Brexit and a Tight Labor Market — by Bruce Anderson

9. Why Your Diversity Initiatives Are Doomed — by Ellen McGirt

10. “I Deeply Resent How We’ve Infantilized the Workplace”: A Manager’s Manifesto Goes Viral — by Lila MacLellan

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