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!
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
I have become slightly obsessed with how AI will transform recruiting, especially over the next 18 months. As I read how numerous industries leverage both AI and machine learning to create efficiencies, I eagerly await the pending boom of technology that will transform the recruiting industry. There are so many inefficiencies in every recruiting process that could be overcome by the power of the right AI tool. Continue reading How AI can increase Recruiting Productivity-AI Product Review of Wade and Wendy
Sprint Recruiting is even more (and continues to be) important during the COVID crisis. We had some mindset setbacks both with our client and on our team but it helped us recenter around the four principles that drive the success of Sprint Recruiting. Here are the principles and what we learned during COVID. Continue reading Sprint Recruiting during COVID19
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 invites … Continue 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. Continue reading Talent Acquisition Should have MORE Resources in HR
One of the key drivers of Sprint Recruiting is the sprint itself. It is also one of the major mindshifts both recruiters and clients have to address when adopting the Sprint Recruiting methodology. Why do sprints work in Sprint Recruiting? One word-efficiency! “With Scrum, a product is built in a series of iterations called sprints … Continue reading Why Sprints work in Sprint Recruiting