Hosted by William Tincup
President at RecruitingDaily.com
In our preview episode, William interviews Donald Knight, Chief People Officer at Greenhouse. From eye-opening survey stats to straight-up stories, Donald gets vulnerable about bias, communication fails, and his personal philosophy: make every candidate feel seen. His actionable tips for inclusive, effective interviews? Pure gold.
This ain’t your average HR mouthpiece. Expect unfiltered perspectives from a leader who’s walked the walk. Because at the end of the day, it’s all about humanizing recruiting.
Ever been ghosted when applying for a job? Well, let's hope it's the last time. Find out how to dodge this frustrating situation on this episode of Greenhouse: Inside Interviewing.
Join me, your host, as I sit down with Donald Knight, Chief People Officer for Greenhouse, as we uncover the importance of empathy and communication in candidate experience. We'll break down the potential consequences of ghosting candidates and the dark side of filtering individuals out of job consideration based solely on their name. Donald's journey from Fort Riley, Kansas, to a champion for diversity, equity, inclusion, and allyship in the workplace, is sure to inspire.
Get ready to question the status quo and navigate through a journey filled with thought-provoking discussions, inspiration, and the power of authentic connection. Join us for this insightful episode, guaranteed to leave you feeling inspired and informed.
Ready to break free from the traditional hiring process? We have an insightful conversation with Alex Murphy CEO of JobSync with Mateo Cavasotto CEO of Emi Labs. We delve into their innovative strategies for reshaping talent acquisition, focusing on improving communication between employers and candidates and unearthing a candidate's hidden potential that may not be apparent from their resume or LinkedIn profile.
Whether you're an employer struggling with time constraints or a candidate seeking to make a lasting impression, tune in and gain a fresh perspective on the hiring process.
We’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone is empowered to be their true selves. Whether it’s finding candidates in underrepresented groups, using hiring tools to reduce unconscious bias or supporting our employee-led culture committee and resource groups, we’re putting our beliefs into practice. We’re proud of how far we’ve come, and we’ll continue to learn and work to improve.