You want to hire the best people. Always.
But the next time you try to project a “superstar” in your job description, think again.
In a Harvard Business School publication called “Toxic Workers,” Michael Housman and Dylan Minor… Continue
Added by Hagi Trinh on April 19, 2016 at 5:48am —
I need a favor.
So, I talk about it all the time. The path to real success in recruiting and talent management is data points - figuring out a formula that works, benchmarking then making incremental improvements. It seems pretty simple and when it comes to selling… Continue
Added by Katrina Kibben on February 18, 2016 at 6:14pm —
Today will be a very practical post that covers what I recently did for research when a hiring manager said he was open to hiring in other locations (anywhere in the US) and asked for suggestions on which locations to target that might have large talent pools.
This can be done…
Added by Eric Putkonen on October 6, 2015 at 8:00am —
The answer to this question, as you might have already guessed, is “yes” and “no.” But let’s step back first and speak to the fact that you have actually completed a dissertation, no matter… Continue
Added by Julie Ellis on August 13, 2015 at 10:26am —
No matter where you are in your job search, you will wish you had known these quick interview prep tips sooner. …we just wish we could have told you sooner.
- Knowledge is Everything: People dish out this advice all the…
Added by Recruiter Raya on March 12, 2015 at 3:30pm —
The pleasure of life:
We were sent to this world with a lot of blessings available to us and the precautionary measures that we need to take while making use of these blessings and pleasures were also told to us. It’s normal to feel an inclination towards somebody who you find attractive and handsome and you can’t restrain from divulging the feelings most of the times. You can’t forbid a girl from falling for a really cute guy and you most certainly can’t make a guy not fall in… Continue
Added by sandyrobert on February 12, 2015 at 1:41am —
It's happened to all recruiters and sourcers at some point. You're scouring LinkedIn or LinkedIn Recruiter in the hopes of finding the ideal candidate. You skim the preview, see what you're looking for, and excitedly click to open the profile.
Excitement turns into disappointment when you see the greyed… Continue
Added by Maisha Cannon on September 29, 2014 at 6:00am —
If you are in the market for a new job, there is good news. Times have never been better for easy access to information on available jobs. Regardless of whether you are looking for jobs in Orlando, Florida, Los Angeles, New York or anywhere else in America, you can quickly find job listings online, or in traditional job sources such as newspapers and drop-in employment centers. It is even possible to set up auto alerts to be notified when opportunities matching your skills become… Continue
Added by John Conor on September 28, 2014 at 11:38pm —
By the level of noise and chatter focused on the mobile recruiting trend over the past several years one would think that corporate talent acquisition teams have made great strides in adopting and deploying these solutions. But the results of our recently released 2014 Jibe Talent Acquisition Survey tells another story.
In our survey, our independent research partner Kelton Global asked more than 300 in-house recruiting… Continue
Added by Jed Hamilton on September 18, 2014 at 4:57pm —
As a talent acquisition professional, would it concern you to find out that 19% of job seekers would rather spend an entire day at the DMV than go through the frustrations associated with applying for a job online? How about 22% saying they’d rather speak in front of 100 strangers? Or 12% saying they’d rather get a root canal or go skydiving without any training? Those are some pretty damning data points about the level of frustration associated with the job application process today, but… Continue
Added by Jed Hamilton on September 10, 2014 at 1:52pm —
The results of a unique and ground-breaking research study (n=644+) indicate four main barriers to increased adoption of social technologies in organizations: lack of knowledge and understanding, unprepared leadership, fear, and the absence of a well-grounded business case. This post highlights those findings and offers recommendations for overcoming the barriers. It also… Continue
Added by Courtney Hunt on September 24, 2013 at 9:31am —
Expert advice from Dave Wood of www.northwestwebjobs.co.uk .
Anyone that’s ever attended a meeting, or a presentation, will be familiar with that awkward moment when the attendees are asked “Have you got any questions?”. How many times have we all sat, silently, in a room full of people experiencing a collective mental blankness?
This same situation often arises in job interviews. Only,… Continue
Added by Dave Wood on August 13, 2012 at 11:30am —
Bullhorn just published its annual staffing survey report that provides an in-depth view of what recruiting professionals think about 2012 firm performance, recruiting best practices, perceived risk factors, and compensation.
Seventy percent of survey takers report that their firms either met or exceeded their 2011 revenue goal, while a whopping ninety-six percent believe their firm’s revenue… Continue
Added by Bill Fisher on April 17, 2012 at 11:39am —
As I mentioned last week, the results are in from the 2012 Job Board Industry Survey. With over 190 responses from every category of site, including aggregators, general sites, niche boards, and networks, I believe that there is useful information for all. If you participated, you should… Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on April 2, 2012 at 9:19am —
Quite frequently I get contacted by people searching for something or someone. Normally, I don’t mind that. Actually sometimes it is flattering that a random stranger or casual acquaintance found something about me intriguing enough to think I’d be a good person to contact to get help with their situation.
In posting this I realize I may ruffle some feathers and raise some eyebrows. My intent is not to come across as someone unwilling to lend a hand or offer assistance. The opposite… Continue
Added by Kelly Blokdijk on March 2, 2012 at 1:30am —
I’ve had two experiences implementing executive recruiting systems, once at a boutique search firm and another at Lockheed Martin. In the former, we were moving from a paper-based system to a digital one. In the latter, the function was in start-up, so we had the luxury of beginning from scratch.
I learned a lot through both experiences. At the boutique firm, we…
Added by Caroline McClure on October 13, 2011 at 8:32am —
I know what you are thinking, what does a Disney song; have to do with the Pyramids? Well the connection is really very simple.
Added by Dean Da Costa on March 9, 2011 at 12:16am —
Cover letters can be a great way to get your foot in the door at a company that you want to work for. A cover letter is usually sent in the body of your email with an attached resume when applying for a job. They tend to be of great importance in this stage of your job search because it highlights your qualifications, skills, and why you would be an asset for the company. Career Columnist Eve Tahmincioglu, says that… Continue
Added by Shana Borwegen on March 3, 2011 at 4:00pm —
Added by Karen Russo on September 15, 2010 at 8:00am —
We all agree that there is a difference between great recruiters and good recruiters. Many of us agree that great recruiters are great networkers and relationship builders. A trend I am seeing is one where organizations are becoming better at networking at the executive… Continue
Added by sheila Greco on July 8, 2010 at 2:40pm —