Tag: Recruiting

The GDPR Is Coming – But Will It Help or Harm Your Recruiting?

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, so this article and the opinions expressed herein are solely mine. They are based on the things I learned...

6 Keys to Making a Catchy, Compelling Recruitment Video

People love watching videos online. In fact, online video now accounts for 69 percent of all internet traffic, and 55 percent of people...

Bursting The Bubble: Does Silicon Valley Still Matter?

I’m headed west next month to keynote at Lever’s Talent Innovation Summit. Last year’s Summit was kickass, and I’m intrigued to see...

No Surprise: Half of U.S. Workers Feel They Just Have a Job, Not a Career

This shouldn’t come as a big surprise: A lot of Americans workers aren’t all that happy on the job, and according to a new...

The Short Term View of AI and Recruiting? Don’t Worry, Be Happy

If you’re like me, you may have been wondering about all the commotion surrounding AI and how it will impact your job. Opinions range...

Hiring Volunteers? It Can Be as Challenging as Hiring Employees

Does your business or organization collaborate with volunteers to serve customers or handle other key functions? Particularly for most...

A Modern Day Snipe Hunt: Today’s Insane Push to Hire a “Purple Squirrel”

There’s a good reason why no one ever finds that elusive “purple squirrel” when they’re recruiting for a job....

Recruiting Is Broken. That’s Why We Need to Develop Our Own Talent

Recruiting is broken. It’s a deeply flawed talent system. According to a recent survey by Deloitte, the majority of human resources...

Is HR Ready (and Willing) to Adapt to All the Tech Changes in Recruitment?

From self-driving vehicles to smart appliances at home, recent and upcoming technological advancements and changes promise to make our...

Looking For That Dream Applicant? They’re Probably a Team Player

If you ask the average hiring manager what they’re looking for when interviewing new candidates, most will probably mention some...

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