Recruiting

Recruiting, Branding, Culture and a 7-Year-Old

The story of how an intrepid 7-year-old from the agricultural city of Hereford in the U.K. boldly wrote Google for a job has been told around the world. In case you missed it, Chloe Bridgewater addressed a letter to “google boss” asking for a job when she grows up and gets “bigger.” She…

Sourcing Online; My Everquest Java Adventure

Living in San Diego, near the beach, had its perks when I was younger. Being able to swim in the ocean, moderate temperatures, and seemingly endless sunny days. So one would think that when I had free time, I would, of course, spend my time with the plethora of activities that were out…

5 Bad Habits Sourcers & Recruiters Should Stop in 2017

Bad habits are unavoidable, quick to form, and slowly creep into our lives without warning. Whether you’re drinking too much coffee in the morning, biting your nails, or spamming candidates, bad habits come in all shapes, sizes, and industries. It seems like just yesterday we were toasting to the New Year and making…

The Competition Starts in College – Why Recruiters Need to Start Recruiting Early

Talent is a long-term play. To build a brand and recruit for the future it’s important to invest in the talent pool of the future. While most Fortune 500 companies have a presence at career fairs across the nation, most of them have no idea what they’re doing. Big companies have small recruiting…

How You Treat Rejected Candidates Can Have A Big Impact

Candidate experience will continue to be a major topic for companies and organizations for many years to come. Ensuring job candidates have a great experience starts with the job post and the ease of applying and continues straight through to onboarding. Your employer brand goes hand-in-hand with candidate experience. According to LinkedIn, “One of…

What We Can Learn About Branding From a Super Bowl Commercial

I could not click to exit the You Tube ad to get to the music video. I was spellbound. “Man…I want to see this movie,” I thought, and looked forward to sending the link to a couple of friends who I also knew would be touched by this stirring story unfolding before my…

What Better Time to Start a Recruiting Agency or Consultancy

Some new spinoffs, consultancies, and agencies we’ve been in touch with: Recruiting & Advisory Services is for the “insurance restoration field.” Rick Pereda built a “job predictability” profile to help match candidates with employers and get a leg up over other agencies. Perfect Loop comes from some ex-Amazon hiring managers. Again, it’s a mix of…

Talent Shortage Problem Solved! Create a Recruiting Culture

How leaders can stop worrying about their persistent and damaging talent shortage It’s hard to find a large corporation, a tech firm, or a small business that isn’t currently suffering from a shortage of top talent with the required skills. So if you’re an executive or manager, you might be surprised to learn…

Talent Acquisition’s Biggest Challenges In 2017: Tangie Pettis

Over the last couple weeks we got to hear from Jeremy Eskenazi, Riviera Advisors, and Jennifer McClure, from Unbridled Talent. This week we had the privilege of talking to Tangie Pettis. Throughout her career she has been identified as a coach and mentor by her peers and serves as an internal subject matter expert…

The Bots and Apps Are Taking Over!

Academia is getting into HR tech development. Two professors and an administrator at Temple University business school have come up with DevelapMe, a performance management app. Not to be confused with Develop.Me, which is a performance management app for churches, the secular DevelapMe is one of the growing number of tech alternatives to…