Key Component To Talent Strategy: A Proper Goodbye

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Employee Engagement, employee experience, Engagement and Satisfaction, Jobvite, Onboarding, Talent Strategy

The HR space talks about Talent Acquisition a lot. How to attract candidates, how to source candidates, how make the candidate experience exceptional. Just venturing a guess, but perhaps 70%, maybe 80% of HR technology focuses on these very things. As an HR practitioner, I believe there is a component corporate leaders, managers, HR pros, & recruiters neglect: A proper …

Are We Still Posting Jobs In 2016?

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Sourcing, Uncategorized

It’s Sunday, and I’m writing another webinar on recruiting, sourcing and all that is wonderful in those worlds and all the wonder there could be. I’ve managed to keep it fun and light as we chat about recruiting in 2016 with references to Bowie and the Bionic Woman. One of the questions I’ve been asked to address is this idea of …

Ugly is OK. Embrace the Ugly.

Jessica Lee Culture, Employment Branding and Culture, Jessica Lee

We’re a hot mess, and you’re going to want to come work here…  said no company career website ever. Right? But when it comes to your recruiting efforts, what if you were to be just a little bit more honest about the flaws—and truly embraced them? And I’m not talking in an interview setting, copping up to the “challenges” of …

Why Exit Plans Are Better Than Retention Plans

Andy Porter Andy Porter, Audacious Ideas, Career Paths

I’m becoming more and more convinced that if you want to build an organization that can sustain high performance over a long period of time you need to encourage your top performers to leave your organization. No, that’s not a typo, I did in fact say “encourage your top performers to leave.” In fact, rather than create elaborate retention plans, …

Peace Up, A-Town Down: Best-in-Class Talent Attraction Example from a Municipality

Holland Dombeck McCue Always Be Closing, Holland Dombeck, HR, HR & Marketing, Recruiting

I – like most Atlanta residents – am a transplant to this great city; I moved here after graduating in 2008 (rough times) with my now husband to start my career and a life together. Over the last seven years, I have seen Atlanta grow exponentially, much in part to our booming start up community, top-ranked universities and an uptick …

Six Ways To Make Your Recruiting/Talent Metrics More Strategic – And Make Managers Own Their New Hires

Kris Dunn FOT Reads, Good HR, Hiring Bias, HR, Interviewing, Kris Dunn, Labor, Metrics, Performance

Let’s face it—the recruiting metrics you use at your company are either non-existent or stale.  Sure, you tried to roll out the basics—time to hire, cost per hire—but all that did was put the focus on your HR/Recruiting function, not the people who actually make the final hiring decision.  Flash forward 12 months since the launch of those basic recruiting …

Brains Before Bros: Why Hiring Smart People over Experienced People is a Winning Talent Strategy [Webinar]

Holland Dombeck McCue Good HR, Hiring Bias, Recruiting, Talent Strategy, Webinar

True or False: I hire smart people and trust they’ll figure out what do to rather than looking for Drones to fill the seats in my shop. True or False: My existing talent pool is always my first line of defense in filling key roles that become available in my organization. If the first statement is true, shouldn’t the second …