Our Founder & CEO, Will Staney, was a guest on the video series and podcast by peopleHum to discuss tuning the candidate experience right, tackling the most important things organizations forget when trying to attract candidates well as advice to organizations who are still hiring during this
Stress, burnout, anxiety… what's going on with mental health as it relates to remote work?
Talent attraction is a term used in the Human Resources and Talent Acquisition field to describe luring the most desirable of passive candidates to a specific employer and incentivizing them to apply for work with implied and envisioned benefits. The means and tactics of attraction vary and
My past experience in full-cycle recruitment lended several years of sourcing (what feels like) millions of candidates in all types of industries and roles. I know what it’s like to exhaust the web searching LinkedIn, social pages, boolean strings, and their respective rabbit holes to build a
During this time, we want to help companies adapt to the changing environment. It's what we do. We know many companies are needing help to navigate difficult employer brand, recruiting, and remote work life balance challenges during this CoronaVirus crisis and we're here to help- free of charge.
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
One of my clients is in hyper-growth mode. Super hyper-growth mode. 10 million competing priorities, fires everywhere, and hiring just as fast. And sometimes candidate experience suffers. For example, we had an open role for an Executive Assistant for the heads of the company. A position that
We in the recruiting space all talk about the importance of the candidate experience and how companies of all sizes are implementing technologies, best practices, and other measures to improve their existing experience, but what about those companies who already have a bad candidate experience
Next week I will be emceeing ERE’s annual conference in New Orleans. To say I'm excited would be an understatement because the theme for the event is something near and dear to my heart. The theme this year, “Transform Your TA Department, Transform Your Business,” speaks volumes as to the