Tag: interviews

Let’s kill off the old “Where will you be in five years?” question

Let me try to get into this idea of the five year plan a little bit dramatically. Bear with me. I’ve probably been to 7-10 funerals...

Scheduling sucks

Scheduling sucks – but it doesn’t have to

Stop us if you’ve lived this nightmare before: You have a couple of great candidates in your current recruiting process, at least per...

Are recruiters too obsessed with finding flaws in candidates?

JobVite just released some kind of “social recruiting survey” deal, which is in turn summarized over here on TalentCulture. I...

tech stack

Your tech stack needs to be intuitively data-driven (and data-heavy)

Your recruiting operations team can now be more data-driven than ever. To live in the numbers in real-time, look to your technology vendors...

What’s holding chatbots back?

We recently came across a company in the cloud security space that had developed their own chatbot internally. They wanted it to save time...

entry interviews

Exit interviews feel meaningless. What about ENTRY interviews?

This isn’t going to be rocket science, but maybe it will resonate. Most companies do exit interviews, right? When someone has already...

brain science and brain games recruiting

Can we select candidates based on their brains?

Can we select job candidates based on their brains?

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...

Hacks For Better Interviews: Coaching Hiring Manager

Join our esteemed panel of recruiting leaders to learn how they’ve avoided potential land mines and the tactics they’ve used to have...

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