As a recruiting leader, I am obsessed with how to increase recruiting productivity. One of my fascinations lately is how we can leverage AI in Recruiting to increase productivity. I was fortunate enough to connect with Mark D’Angelo with Ideal.com recently to talk about their product. This is not an endorsement of Ideal.com but rather a sneak peak at the awesome opportunities we have ahead if we begin using AI in Recruiting to increase productivity.
Recruiters are notorious for believing they can conquer the world then complaining because they are overwhelmed. Sprint Recruiting has taught my team and me how to be more successful and efficient by leveraging two week sprints. There are a ton of efficiencies to be realized when you focus on what you can and cannot conquer.
When you think of Intel, you most likely think of the its dominance in the microprocessor industry. Most of us have forgotten how Intel broke into the market depending primarily on the production of its memory chips. This shift in product strategy altered the brand, making Intel a household name. What was the one questionContinue reading “How can recruiters help leaders focus on strategy?”
COVID-19’s effect on the United States over the last several weeks has been traumatic and overwhelming for recruiters. As a recruiting leader, it has become even more critical for me to leverage data to make decisions in this new environment. My friends at Emsi shared a new tool they’ve developed a dashboard to show job postings in real-time as a response to COVID-19.
The true competitors in 2020 have taken an offensive strategy by reinvesting in the talent they already have. Industry giants like AT&T, Amazon and Walmart recognize the threat the technology revolution has created in the 2020 talent landscape but have turned it into an opportunity. If you want to get ahead of the “War for Talent” in 2020, it’s time for you to rethink, reskill and redeploy your employees.
Whether in your personal or professional life, determining when you should walk away can sometimes feel overwhelming. The constant back and forth of should you or shouldn’t you can affect all aspects of your life including your health, productivity and focus. So what are some of the warning signs you should walk away? You feelContinue reading “Learning when it’s time to walk away”
One of my favorite blogs and podcasts to follow is UpstartHR.com by Ben Eubanks. I can’t express how excited I was to be interviewed on a podcast I listen to by someone I really admire in the HR industry. Ben and I sort of geeked out on the topic of human resource analytics and theContinue reading “What is Sprint Recruiting? A Podcast Interview with upstartHR.com”
I recently read an article in The Motley Fool featuring Daymond John, one of Shark Tank’s successful entrepreneurs, sharing his thoughts on why veterans make great entrepreneurs. Daymond, the founder and CEO of hip-hop clothing company FUBU has created the Heroes to CEOs competition, hosted by Bob Evans Farms, a subsidiary of Post Holdings (NYSE:POST). The contest invitesContinue reading “3 Reasons Why Hiring Veterans is a Winning Strategy”
I realize that one of the core functions of HR is to mitigate risk. It is a CORE function but it is not the ONLY function. Too many companies spend so many resources and money managing out poor or misaligned talent and mitigating risk but if they were to put more emphasis and resources on how employees enter the company, they could see a number of benefits.
Prior to implementing Sprint Recruiting, I found it hard to balance what should be done with what needed to be done. Using a point system help us prioritize the work and make our clients happy.