In April, I had the chance to sit down with Matt Alder to discuss one of my favorite topics: Recruiting Automation. Here’s a sneak peak of some of the topics we discuss. Continue reading Here’s the latest on Recruiting Automation
Companies are struggling to fill positions are now force to rethink how to attract more talent. According to The New York Times reports, firms aren’t just considering upping the compensation. Some offer more flexibility, or taking risks to train unconventional workers who don’t meet traditional qualifications. A recent study cited “no experience necessary” roles have spiked by two-thirds compared to 2019. Sign on bonuses are now becoming a norm. Data also show minimum compensation requirements for people without college degrees are up 19%, with larger employers acknowledging blue-collar workers have gotten harder to retain. Continue reading New Dynamic of Candidate Attraction & How to Stay Competitive
My journey to coming out personally and professionally got a late start in life. One of the first things I noticed was there was no real place for me to connect professionally. Sure, I could join a disjunct group on LinkedIn, but what if I wanted more of a sense of community and access to relevant topics? Continue reading LGBTQ+ Talent Attraction=Mygwork.com
I love technology and data. I probably spend more time reading or listening to content on the two topics than most. Last year during my conversation with Matt Alder, host of the popular The Recruiting Future Podcast, we spent some time discussing my vision for a Recruiting Utopia. Here are some of the highlights: AI … Continue reading Top Posts in Recruiting Technology and Data 🤓🤖
After many years of corporate America focusing on employee optimization, studies are showing it’s all about team optimization. Here’s what Recruiting Leaders can learn! Continue reading Leaders, don’t be fooled by this bad habit!
Recruitment methodology addresses the practices of each stage in the recruitment life-cycle and process. I did address in the book how the methodology allowed the recruiting team to function more efficiently but I have to be honest, it didn’t solve all of our problems. Here are three things a new recruiting methodology will not fix. Continue reading 3 Things a New Recruiting Methodology WILL NOT Fix
The AGILE methodology has been around for a while in the software and product development space but has begun transcending into other aspects of business. The AGILE principles were part of the inspiration of Sprint Recruiting. The very first principle of AGILE has helped enhanced organization’s ability to iterate during the sprint and is one … Continue reading How the #1 Principle in AGILE can enhance recruiting
Success is often driven by the ability of a leader to find the right tools, at the right time, for the right job. I will often get asked by other Recruiting Leaders what are my favorite tools. The recruiting technology landscape has changed so much over the last 24 months and for tech nerds like … Continue reading My 3 Favorite Tools as a Recruiting Leader
As I look through my emails, I notice a scary trend-email after email from some of my favorite brands. Unlike the normal “salesy” emails, most of the brands I follow capture my interests with their content. If you don’t know what content marketing is, it’s loosely defined as a type of marketing that involves the … Continue reading Want more candidates? Create a recruitment marketing strategy!
In a survey conducted by Talent Board North America, candidates said the top three reasons they withdrew from the recruiting process were their time was disrespected during interviews (37%), poor rapport with recruiters, and the process simply taking too long (29%). Recruiting can be an overwhelming debacle of processes and competing demands, but we should … Continue reading Top 3 Ways to Improve the Candidate Experience