The short answer is, "it depends." The medium response is 25-30. This is the long answer: When it comes to figuring out how many requisitions a recruiter should be able to handle, the variables are limitless. Nevertheless, I will mention the more notable considerations and some reasoning for
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
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.
As 2019 propels forward, recruiting leaders and talent acquisition teams have much to consider and prioritize when it comes to recruitment marketing. Questions about budgeting, candidate channels, and media can be overwhelming, especially when trying to track all this activity.
We want to introduce you to Courtney Lane, our new Lead Recruiting Consultant and one of the newest members of the Proactive Talent tribe! Courtney is based in Austin and came onboard with us in August. We did a quick Q&A session with her so you can get to know her a little bit and understand
New Years is by far my favorite time of year. It's a time for reflecting on the past and looking forward with excitement and hope for what's to come. In that spirit, I wanted to write this post to reflect on our company, which has evolved in many wonderful ways in the last year, as well as