Hiring is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. If you can identify the flaws in your recruiting process, you can make the necessary changes to fix them. By attracting the right candidates, screening them properly, conducting effective interviews, doing enough reference checks, and following up with candidates after the interview, you can find the best employees for your company. What are the flaws in your process and how do you plan to fix them? Continue reading 5 Signs Your Recruiting Process is Broken
Interviews. The necessary evil of the recruiting process. There were times when a candidate could expect a maximum three interviews before receiving a job offer. Unfortunately, it seems like the number of interviews expected has doubled in most cases, even for the most entry-level positions. I think there is a fine line between appropriate and … Continue reading Interviews- How much is too much?
Hiring managers play a vital role in the success of an organization by being responsible for finding and hiring great talent. The process doesn’t need to be complicated or too time-consuming – use your intuition and be decisive. Additionally, it’s important to provide candidates with a positive experience throughout the process as this will reflect well on your company. By following these simple tips, you’ll be well on your way to building a strong team that will help take your business to new heights. Continue reading The 3 Hardest Types of Managers to Recruit For
Shots fired. UPS has announced it will hire 100,000 seasonal workers to help meet the demands of the upcoming holiday season. According to an announcement from the firm, UPS noted it has streamlined its hiring process, and it now takes 25 minutes for most people to go from filling out an online application to receiving … Continue reading UPS wants to use”Speed Hiring” of 100,000 new seasonal workers-What you can do about it?
There are four things I guard in life: time, money, focus and my calendar. So many people I talk to about productivity complain about their calendar being out of control but honestly, I find they do it to themselves. I love the quote from Asian Efficiency that warns, “Don’t let your calendar become a to-do … Continue reading Calendar Hack to Measure Productivity
The life of a recruiter is chaotic, regardless of the market. The constant pull of candidates, hiring managers and laborious HR processes can take a toll on focus and productivity of even the best recruiters. I’m obsessed with being able to go to sleep at night feeling like I accomplished my goals so I tend … Continue reading Four Things a Recruiter Should Do Every Day
Shots fired. Home Depot has announced it will hire 100,000 workers to help staff its stores and warehouses ahead of the busy spring season, and is hyper focused on speeding up the time that an applicant hears back. According to an article in Bloomberg News, the firm has committed to cut the time to make … Continue reading What you can do about Home Depot’s “Speed Hiring” of 100,000 new workers
Whether you’re a full-time recruiter or working independently, you might be wondering how to improve your recruiting efforts so you can more accurately hire the right talent. One of the most frustrating parts of recruiting is the sometimes laborious recruiting process that loses candidates, prolongs the process and creates havoc in the candidate experience. There … Continue reading What can recruiters learn from Tesla process efficiency?