In the final blog of my Gatekeeper series, I want to tackle one of the toughest barriers in shifting your recruitment model to a Gatekeeper approach: hiring leaders and executives. If you’ve read the first two parts of my series, you may think the Gatekeeper approach looks great on paper, but
Welcome to the second blog in my series, The Gatekeepers: Why a positive Recruiting Philosophy Matters. In this blog, I’ll focus on an essential piece of The Gatekeeper approach: the candidate. If you missed my first blog, take a peek here before reading this one. Changing jobs is an
In a world where candidates have more power in the hiring process than ever before, companies need to hire differently than just a few years ago. From my personal experience in the recruiting industry, I've found that taking a positive approach to recruiting makes a difference.
Since the dawn of civilization, when the first givers of work had more than one doer of work to choose from, measuring capabilities, skills, or fit for a job has been a part of the selection process. If you don’t believe me, just google “Han Dynasty employee testing”. And while the way we assess