Tag: Recruiting Advice

Hire Power: What Google’s New Applicant Tracking System Means for HR Technology.

Google has announced the release of Google Hire, an applicant tracking system for G Suite customers - and its first step into the HR...

What Are the Qualities a Recruiter REALLY Needs to Have?

My LinkedIn timeline is overrun with people complaining about how terrible a recent transaction has been with a recruiter. I mean, every...

20 Years in Recruiting: I’m Amazed Where We Are — and Where We’re Going

About 20 years ago, I fell into this business wide-eyed, filled with wonderment, and not sure what the new day was going to produce. I was...

Balancing Talent and Technology: How To Survive Recruiting’s High Wire Act.

Balancing people and technology is something that managers (and everyone else, for that matter) seems to struggle with, no matter where in...

5 Things I Wish I Would Have Known When I Started Recruiting

Recruiting true story. I came into recruiting just over 10 years ago and I started my career as an agency recruiter.  I was given a...

MOS Deaf: Veteran Recruiting and The Diversity Double Standard.

As I talked about in the first post in this two part series, the fact is, “veterans” are a pretty huge and diverse population....

We The Best: 3 Job Interview Questions Every Recruiter Should Ask.

The things you can do when answering job interview questions to stand out and get hired.

Hotline Bling: Why Recruiters Should Warm Up To Cold Calling.

Cold calling sucks. I know for most of you, this isn’t news. The thing is, it isn’t difficult, it’s just miserable. If...

Why Saying No Is The Most Underrated Skill in Recruiting.

First things, first; before I get into another recruiting rant, I want to go on record and own the fact that I am, in fact, really old...

Recruiters Reveal The Most Ridiculous Job Interview Answers Ever.

If you’ve ever spent any time as a recruiter, you know that there’s nothing more painful than having to sit through a terrible...

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