Technology apprenticeships and bootcamps are on the rise, as more businesses seek to fill critical tech roles with skilled workers. These programs provide an opportunity for individuals to learn new skills and grow their careers, while also meeting the needs of businesses for qualified talent. Here’s a look at why these programs are becoming increasingly … Continue reading Tech Apprenticeships and Bootcamps are on the Rise
As we look ahead to the next few months in recruiting, it’s evident that our industry is undergoing a drastic transformation. AI and data analytics are playing an increasingly vital role in identifying talent and improving decision-making, while new forms of social media have become invaluable recruitment resources. The challenge lies in learning how to best employ these new tools while developing effective strategies to win the war for quality talent. The changing role of recruiters calls for innovative approaches to hiring, enabling them to stand out as key drivers of corporate success. Continue reading Here’s what to expect in recruiting in 2023
As the job market continues to evolve, so do the recruitment trends for 2023. In order to stay ahead of the competition, employers need to remain up-to-date on the latest strategies and tactics for attracting top talent. Keeping an eye on emerging trends in recruitment can help you anticipate changes in the industry and give … Continue reading Top Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2023
As the employees at Shopify returned to work on Tuesday morning after their holiday break, they were welcomed with a wonderful surprise: all meetings that had three or more people involved each time would be cancelled for two weeks! It was an effortless way of reducing everyone’s calendars and giving them some relief in the … Continue reading How Shopify’s Focus on Productivity Created a “Meeting Elimination” Policy
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. Continue reading Stop Laying Off Recruiters First!
Generally, heading up human resources is an inside job at most companies. Chief people officers (CPOs) typically focus their efforts on tasks like setting compensation and benefits, managing how many employees the company has and taking care of administrative challenges instead of working with customers or collaborating with other leaders. Rachel Romer, cofounder and CEO … Continue reading The Evolving Role of Chief People Officer
A recruiting sprint is a structured, time-bound process for quickly filling open positions. The sprint process is designed to be nimble and flexible, so it can be adapted to the specific needs of each organization. The sprint begins with a kickoff meeting, where the team establishes the goal of the sprint and identify which roles … Continue reading How Recruiting Sprints Work
A competitive job offer is not the only thing that matters to candidates. Here are three additional benefits for to offer and remain competitive Continue reading 3 Things to Offer Besides More Money
If you are a TikTok fan, you’re probably familiar with the dancing baseball team the Savannah Bananas. They have gone viral with their choreography to modern hits while they play the game. Batters have to keep their focus on the pitcher while he and the team performs, waiting for the unsuspecting pitch to be thrown. … Continue reading The Secret to Candidate Experience-Create Raving Fans
Go big or go small? That’s a question I get a lot when consulting talent organizations. Many teams working for large organizations are layered and have huge numbers of recruiters. In my experience, smaller, tactical teams usually win more often than large. Here’s why smaller teams have more benefits than their counterpart. The key benefits … Continue reading Large vs Small Tactical Recruiting Teams… which is better?