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
Early in my HR career, I gorged on the vast amounts of data available and this was way before it was “sexy” to be into data. Here are 3 reasons you should be talking about data analytics in HR. Continue reading 3 Reasons recruiters should be talking about Data Analytics
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
Unfortunately, most of America is plagued by the Workaholic Kool-Aid drinking offices. I know there are times were you just have to punch the pedal, but for the most part, this article will address those who enjoy the stigma of being a workaholic because it’s part of their identity. Continue reading I HATE Workaholics-And you should too!
The Recruitment Automation Conference held the first week of October 2020 was packed full of great panelist and topics. One of the panels I had the pleasure of sitting on tackled the topic of the recruiting industry’s opportunity and responsibility in high unemployment markets. There were several interesting pieces shared by the panelist. Click the … Continue reading Recruiting’s Opportunity and Responsibility in High Unemployment Markets
If you are currently dealing with the grief associated with not getting the job, just know you’re not alone. All of us have struggled with it in our career but how you respond to the situation can help you launch into an opportunity you were destined for. So again, to quote the bar song everyone knows: Don’t Stop Believing! Continue reading How to keep going when you didn’t get the job!
So you’re looking for your next great adventure right? Let me teach you the right way to do it! Here are my helpful tips. Continue reading Jobseekers:How to get a recruiter’s attention
Over the last several weeks, I’ve been reevaluating my approach to tasks. It seems I’ve been in a rut where I am not as productive as I once was. I decided to get a grip and get my life back. Here are 4 ways recruiting leaders can increase productivity. Continue reading 4 Ways Recruiting Leaders can increase productivity
Could 2020 get any more complicated? As if COVID19 wasn’t enough, we’ve had hurricanes, wildfires, and social unrest to deal with. I know when speaking to others in the industry, most of us share a sense of exhaustion with everything being thrown our way. Managing the Candidate Experience can be challenging enough in a normal year but 2020 has definitely made us innovate how we look at this critical part of our job. Continue reading The Candidate Experience during Challenging Times
Ah, pets. Aren’t they wonderful? Well, until they mess up your place, but other than that, aren’t they the best? Ah, employees/associates/team members/whatever you call yourself. Aren’t they wonderful? Well, until they mess up the place, but other than that, aren’t they the best? As a leader, I’m always analyzing the world, looking for new … Continue reading Are you leading cats or dogs?