Recruiting & What Never Changes: Hiring Managers

Corey Burns Culture, Hiring Managers, Organizational Development, Recruiting, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, The HR Profession 2 Comments

I inadvertently took a trip down memory lane when telling a colleague how I got into recruiting and what it was like just 10 years prior. When I first got into recruiting, the country was in the midst of a comeback following the great recession and, luckily, the organization I was with was growing rapidly. To be honest, I was …

Training A Sourcer in 2019

Kelly Dingee Career Advice, Innovation, Kelly Dingee, Profiles, Social Media and Talent, Sourcing 0 Comments

Recently, I’ve been given the opportunity to train a couple of co-workers on sourcing. Somehow someone heard that I use to do that very thing, and thought it was time for me to pass on the knowledge. Please twist my arm–sourcing is my first love, and the part of my career I have enjoyed so much. It’s so interesting, circling …

5 Ways to Tell If Your Recruiting Pro Is Giving You Self-Pity.

Ben Martinez ATS, Coaching, Email, HR Tech, Metrics, Recruiting, Social Media and Talent, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Working With Recruiters 1 Comment

Complaining will do nothing but make your “time to fill” metric exceed the 58-63 day period that is currently the industry average to fill a requisition. I have sat through or led enough recruiting pipeline report meetings to learn when a recruiter is “getting after it” and when they are just making excuses. Here are a few things to watch …

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To Tell or Not To Tell…I Spy a TYPO in Your Resume.

Kelly Dingee Coaching, Communication, Job Seeker Advice, Kelly Dingee, Profiles, Recruiting, Resumes, Selection, Social Media and Talent, Social Network Analysis, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition

Oh, that is a question. Tell the candidate? Don’t tell the candidate? I mean really, attention to detail is key in most jobs. Especially anything at the executive level, and certainly anything administrative. And good grief, if it’s accounting or finance, typos are verboten. But where is there slack? Do you excuse typos in a LinkedIn profile? Maybe not. Especially …

Hi, My Name Is…Low-Hanging Fruit

Kelly Dingee Candidate Pool, Communication, HR, HR Vendors, Kelly Dingee, Networking, Profiles, Recruiting, Referrals, Social Media, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Working With Recruiters

Yep – that’s me! The low-hanging fruit on the LinkedIn tree. What’s it like being low-hanging fruit and working in Talent Acquisition? Well, you’re popular with a variety of people. And come to find out, a lot of people don’t read your LinkedIn profile. Or if they do, they don’t pick up what you’re putting down. No clue as to …

“New Collar” Jobs are all the Rage. How to Win the War for New Skilled Labor.

Guest: Rachel Bitte Employment Branding and Culture, HR Tech, HR Technology, Labor, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Tech Talent, Training and Development, War for Talent, Web/Tech

Today, every company is a technology company. No doubt, you’ve heard the phrase before. As innovations like artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented and virtual reality, and blockchain infiltrate our everyday lives and the office, so grows the business need for skilled laborers to build and support these technologies. Amid the backdrop of this radical shift to tech jobs — and …

3 Strategies to Help Your Seasonal Hiring!

Tim Sackett ATS, Candidate Pool, Canvas, Communication, Driving Productivity, Employee Engagement, Holidays, Mobile Recruiting, Policies, Recruiting, Sourcing

7.1 Million job openings right now in the U.S.! 7.1 Million! Are you looking forward to filling your temporary, underpaid seasonal jobs this year!? Ugh! Sounds like a nightmare! So, in classic FOT Style, we are here to help you kill your seasonal hiring! There has not been a holiday hiring season quite like this one, ever. Historic low unemployment, a strong …

Would You Use Your Snap Bitmoji to Recruit Talent via Text Message? @goCanvasHQ

Tim Sackett Generations, Hiring Bias, Mobile Recruiting, Networking, Profiles, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Talent Strategy

Okay, for those who are under the age of like 25 I probably need to first do some explaining! What the heck is Snapchat and what the heck is a Bitmoji!? Okay, I’m only joking a bit because I know you all know what the heck Snapchat is! Every younger person from like ten to mid-twenties is seemingly spending most …

When Candidates Lie – Stay or Run?

Corey Burns candidate experience, Corey Burns, Digital Interviewing, Employment Law, Good HR, Interviewing, Sourcing

“Every candidate lies.” This is exactly what one recruiter told me when I was first getting into the talent industry. Naturally, this was an over-generalization and was meant to be funny. However, there is some truth to that statement (though it’s certainly not fair to say that every candidate lies). After gaining years of experience and racking up thousands of …

3 Tips For Mastering a Quickfire Sourcing Challenge

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Recruiting, Sourcing

Have you ever taken on a role in your career, because it would “grow” you? Whenever I make that brilliant decision, I cycle up and down on the challenges and the wins.  I’ve done it several times in my career, and when on the other side, I’m always relieved I survived it and chose to do it.  It’s often rigorous. …