Employees can quit for a lot of different reasons, but entrepreneurs are the ones that feel those losses more keenly than the larger entrenched businesses. For the most part, entrepreneurs employ far fewer employees, which means every employee carries more…Continue
Added by Kevin Faber on November 22, 2017 at 1:56pm — No Comments
As a company grows, it requires more workforce to accomplish the increasing number of tasks and meet the demands of its customers. And getting more manpower means hiring new employees. In addition, hiring the best employees is no less than a nightmare for several talent acquisition experts and HR mangers. However, HR managers and hiring experts cannot execute the entire recruitment by their own, as they would certainly require some or the other form technology to achieve the…Continue
Added by Prajakta on July 19, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments
Recruiters make tons of calls everyday to Candidates. Mostly they are to active candidates, because they have been sourced from Job portals, where candidates are active.
However with a powerful social media platforms like LinkedIn, recruiters are now even making calls to passive candidates, especially for the mid to senior levels.
Now while, an active candidate is likely to welcome a call from the Recruiter, passive candidates may or may not like the intrusion, if not presented…Continue
Added by Alok Jain on May 12, 2017 at 8:23am — No Comments
Starting a new business is never easy, and choosing to put someone on payroll can be a huge decision. With a startup every penny, every meeting, released product, or marketing campaign is crucial, and you can’t risk hiring someone who lets you down. Fortunately, there are some tips available to ensure you find and hire the best person, every time.
Don’t wait until you realize you need someone to start working right now, instead keep your presence…Continue
Added by Gloria Kopp on April 4, 2017 at 9:58am — No Comments
“In this market, where engineering supply is severely out of whack with demand, where good people are rarely actively looking for jobs, and where contingency recruiters get at least $25,000 per hire, the biggest…
Added by Hagi Trinh on March 30, 2016 at 4:30am — No Comments
We're live here in Austin - halfway through our road tour of Texas. If you haven't heard about it yet, we're hitting the road this week to connect senior HR and recruiting people with our insider crew of vendors. Now, this isn't like any event we've been to in the recruiting industry. In fact, we…Continue
Added by Katrina Kibben on February 10, 2016 at 3:14pm — No Comments
HR managers have tons of responsibilities: they look for candidates for different jobs, they interview people, theyorganize events, meetings and conferences and so on. Apart from that, they need to make sure that all the other employees are well organized and disciplined. When a company has…Continue
Added by Jana Rooheart on January 26, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
Almost exactly one year ago, my husband and I adopted our little fur baby from the local animal shelter. We both grew up with pets, but this was our first (and only child) together as a couple. Our sweet guy, Hurley, immediately became a part of our family and dramatically influenced our official new lifestyle as doggie people.
As his one year adoption anniversary approached, I wanted to come up with a way to celebrate how much love and enjoyment he has brought our…Continue
I attended an excellent webcast yesterday, "The Case Against Splitting HR: How to Become a True Strategic Advisor " through the Human Capital Institute. The speaker was Dave Weisbeck, Chief Strategy Officer for Visier, Inc. He provided some excellent, useful information. He…Continue
Added by Sue Orr on February 19, 2015 at 1:12pm — No Comments
Most likely I’ve shared before that I consume A LOT of content (daily) on various business topics – a hefty chunk of it being HR and recruiting related articles, blogs and social media conversations. Earlier today I came across this post describing …Continue
Added by Kelly Blokdijk on December 18, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
There’s something rather entertaining about retro slang and sayings. Perhaps it’s due to the over-saturation (as if it’s been raining cats and dogs or ice buckets) or overuse of the latest industry buzzwords or pure exhaustion from the endless auto-play videos of any fashionable Internet fad.
Way back when I first joined LinkedIn I was considered by many of my (regular, non-HR/recruiter) contacts to be an ambassador and promoter of the site. For several (perhaps hundreds) of my connections, I was their first. Less active networkers, distant colleagues, friends, or acquaintances would often comment to me…Continue
Training and eLearning software is used at all points during an employee's experience - from initial onboarding to advanced professional development - and cuts across many industries. The …Continue
Added by Daniel Honigman on July 7, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments
After some recent scheduling inconsistencies causing a few extra absences from the gym, I was pumped to get my sweat on today. My energy level was revved up from the brief break, so I was eager to take advantage of the situation to get back in the groove.
My workout routine started out strong and I…Continue
I get hit up to take a lot of surveys from a lot of different sources.
Sometimes vendors of various products or services lure survey respondents with offers to take a brief survey and receive a free copy of their latest white paper, special report or e-book about the “War for Talent” or some other nonsensical topic.
While I’m not particularly tempted to participate due to publication prizes at the end, I do have certain geeky curiosity about…Continue
Added by Kelly Blokdijk on May 5, 2014 at 9:00pm — No Comments
A significant percentage of people involved with screening and selecting job candidates fancy themselves detectives, mind-readers, psychics and psychologists. They’re almost always willing to trust their own gut. But not much else slips unscathed through the scrutiny of these trust deficient evaluators of talent.…Continue
Whatever label anyone identifies with, isn’t recruiting just a series of conversations?
We are all familiar with how the 4 Ps…Continue
Poverty, debt and obesity are complex and serious societal issues with multiple potential causes and no simple solutions. That’s why society looks for easy targets to blame.
Robots are also complex and serious, yet in a dramatically different way. Depending on the perspective, robots are either credited…Continue
I've never found that to be a good "call"
I've been hearing from people that they are getting contacted by companies and staffing firms to come right in for an in-person interview without going through an initial phone screen first. These are educated, experienced mid- to senior-level career workers pursuing professional positions.
In my personal experience as a job seeker I never had a worthwhile interview experience with a company that skipped the phone interview. And,…Continue
Did you know that there is a glaring hole within many companies that contributes to their overall turnover? This hole can cost your company big bucks too, but people seem content to just let it occur. Did you know that it can also be fixed pretty quickly, easily, and cost effectively?
Walk down this journey with me - and I promise - I'll make it quick. Employee Bill works for your…Continue