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The Long-Term impact of the Candidate Experience on Your Bottom Line

I recently interviewed Tim Keningham, Global Chief Strategy Officer and EVP at Ipsos Loyalty. Tim is co-author of a terrific new book titled The Wallet Allocation Rule. At one point, our conversation focused on recruiting, and more specifically, the candidate…See More
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Gerry Crispin commented on Peter Clayton's blog post 'The Long-Term impact of the Candidate Experience on Your Bottom Line'
"Neat. I've been reading Tim's book, carefully, because he is a strong crtic of NPS as a measure (for customers) and we've been trying to adopt an appropriate metric for Candidate Experience"
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The Long-Term impact of the Candidate Experience on Your Bottom Line

I recently interviewed Tim Keningham, Global Chief Strategy Officer and EVP at Ipsos Loyalty. Tim is co-author of a terrific new book titled The Wallet Allocation Rule. At one point, our conversation focused on recruiting, and more specifically, the candidate…See More
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Pam Sisson commented on Peter Clayton's blog post 'Why Do LinkedIn InMails have such a low response rate?'
"I agree that inmails such as the one you used as an example SHOULD be ignored.  However, for what it's worth, I write very personal, specific messages and still get a very low response rate, even from people I'm connected to.  I…"
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Keith Halperin commented on Peter Clayton's blog post 'Why Do LinkedIn InMails have such a low response rate?'
"Sorry I'm late to the party, but there's a much simpler reason: Most of the people who indicate they're open to  a new job AREN'T OPEN- not to your job, not to ANY job. Why is this? I was informed quite awhile ago by my…"
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The Long-Term impact of the Candidate Experience on Your Bottom Line

Posted on April 23, 2015 at 12:26pm 1 Comment

I recently interviewed Tim Keningham, Global Chief Strategy Officer and EVP at Ipsos Loyalty. Tim is co-author of a terrific new book titled The Wallet Allocation Rule. At one point, our conversation focused on recruiting, and more…

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Why Do LinkedIn InMails have such a low response rate?

Posted on July 9, 2014 at 12:00pm 13 Comments



Last night I moderated a panel discussion on Sourcing Strategies at Quirky in New York. This was sourcing from an attraction and engagement perspective — Shally or Glen were not on my panel — so no boolean magic.

Our magic involved creating conversations through new-generation…

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Video: Michael Beygelman, CEO, Joberate "How To Sell To HR"

Posted on July 7, 2014 at 1:10pm 2 Comments

Michael Beygelman, CEO, Joberate "How To Sell To HR" from Peter Clayton on Vimeo.

Are You Ready for a good laugh?

This is an excerpt from Michael Beygelman's presentation at the #HRTechTank New York Conference June 27, 2014. The…

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The Job Interview - Providing a Great Candidate Experience

Posted on June 18, 2014 at 7:00am 4 Comments

"I'm sorry… Why are you here?"

There are thousands of articles, blog posts and "how-to's"  advising job seekers how to prepare for a phone screen, a video interview, and in-person job interview. But what about the other side of that desk or conference table? The hiring manager, recruiter, HR manager,  and others tasked with interviewing and evaluating candidates?  …

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The best ever follow-up interview question: “How did you come up with the idea?"

Posted on June 2, 2014 at 6:30am 2 Comments

I’m working on a blog post on job interviews — from the employer side of the desk. After all, there are thousands of “how-to” articles, blog posts, and advice on “acing the interview” from a candidates viewpoint. But, how about “acing the interview” as employer, while at the same time providing a great…

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At 7:49pm on December 10, 2007, Lisa said…
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At 7:17pm on August 1, 2007, Peter Clayton said…
Thanks Jason!
This Ning thing is pretty cool. I interviewed a young tech wizard today who is working for Union Square Ventures, a VC co that's invested in Indeed.com. I met one of the Managing Partners (Brad Bernham), and Indeed's summer party. They posted the job opening for the analyst position on their blog. (No resumes - send us links to your web pages). Interesting concept, made the whole hiring process transparent, because everyone could see who was applying, and what they had to offer. USV just invested in Twitter. Andrew, (the new analyst) was explaining why they made the investment - he gave me about 700 reasons. I understood 2 of them.
If you want a good laugh, check out http://www.totalpicture.com/content/view/493/1/
Regards,
Peter
At 6:22pm on August 1, 2007, Slouch said…
Hey Peter, I will be your friend. But we are already friends so does this count? Good to see you here and thanks for the nice comment. Yah, I will be in DC. See you then
At 2:25pm on August 1, 2007, Peter Clayton said…
damn,
whatever this thing is, is telling me i have no friends.
;-(
 
 
 

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