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How Prioritization and WIP Limits Work Together in Sprint Recruiting

I recently shared one of our team’s success tips in a post on how to use blocks of time to launch a recruiting strategy. Time blocking in recruiting is a great tool but you may wonder when you’ll have the time to actually plan your activities. This is one of the key benefits of prioritization and WIP limits in recruiting. They allow you to quickly review your workload and identify how to organize your sprint to be successful. Continue reading How Prioritization and WIP Limits Work Together in Sprint Recruiting

What Schitt’s Creek taught us about Diversity and Inclusion

I’ll admit it: I’m a fan of the series Schitt’s Creek. I stumbled upon the series one rainy weekend and binged the first three seasons without realizing it. It became my go-to show on the nights I just wanted to relax and laugh at the shenanigans the characters encountered in every episode. After watching the Netflix documentary on the show, I came to appreciate the intent of the show, especially its message around diversity and inclusion. I’ve spent some time reflecting on what Schitt’s Creek taught us about Diversity and Inclusion. Continue reading What Schitt’s Creek taught us about Diversity and Inclusion

What Recruiting can learn from Netflix on the importance of the Feedback Loop

Learning from Netflix: The feedback loop in the recruiting process is equally as important. It must be as quick and efficient as possible to ensure the sprint is successful. When you place feedback requirements and deadlines, you will begin to notice slight efficiencies early on. It’s when both the recruiter and the hiring manager solidify their partnership and commitment to achieving success in the sprint that the fun really starts. Continue reading What Recruiting can learn from Netflix on the importance of the Feedback Loop

Video Interviewing with Wedge-Vendor Review

The selection process in recruiting can be draining, especially in high volume recruiting environments. I always struggle with the amount of time spent reviewing resumes, scheduling initial interviews and screening multitudes of candidates who seem to be a fit for the role. The idea of video interviewing platforms taking lead on this process has always … Continue reading Video Interviewing with Wedge-Vendor Review