HR Terms

CV vs. resume: What’s the difference?

When applying for a new position, the most common resource provided by candidates is their CV or resume. But, are CV and resume the same thing? The answer is no. Their meaning and content usually differ...

CCPA vs. GDPR

CCPA vs GDPR: how do these two laws differ? Well, many of the privacy regulations spawning all around the globe have numerous similarities (including the ostensibly similar acronyms) and several key differences. If you’re wondering about...

CEO vs. COO: What’s the difference?

These two roles are at the top of a company’s hierarchy. But, if we compare the CEO vs COO, we'll find that their roles and responsibilities are not always clear. Let’s dig into their similarities and...

CIO vs. CTO: Their key differences

CIO (Chief Information Officer) and CTO (Chief Technology Officer) are both executive-level roles in organizations. Some people confuse these job titles as they both manage technology in business. However, they operate in different organizational functions, with...

What is a C-level executive?

C-level executives play a strategic role within an organization; they hold senior positions and impact company-wide decisions. C stands for “Chief”, so a C-level executive (also called a C-suite executive) is in charge of an entire...

What is component 2 data in EEO-1 report?

The term EEO-1 “component 2” refers to paydata that some employers are obliged to file as part of their EEO-1 report (W-2 information by gender, race and job category). The most recent deadline for submitting these...

CEO vs. CFO: What’s the difference?

CEO vs CFO: How do these two C-suite roles differ? To examine their similarities and differences, let’s first give a brief definition for each: What is a CEO? The ‘CEO’ meaning is Chief Executive Officer –...

CEO vs. President: How they differ

CEO and President are both leadership job titles in organizations. They are both members of the executive management team and make important company decisions. So what marks the difference between CEO vs. President?  What is a...

What is employer branding?

First, let’s define employer brand: it is a company’s reputation as a place to work. In other words, employer brand is how people perceive the company’s values and work environment. Therefore, employer branding is everything a...

What is an applicant tracking system (ATS)?

An applicant tracking system (ATS) is a software that automates hiring administrative tasks. For example, ATS systems enable faster interview scheduling and easier job advertising. Overall, a good ATS helps relieve recruiting pains that recruiters and...