Talent Attraction: What it is and Things to Think About

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

Healthcare Resources for Recruiting During Covid-19 Crisis

If you are working for a healthcare company, take note of these resources designed to help you carry on your recruitment related tasks during this Coronavirus pandemic. Please pass on to any and all who can use this information. It is meant to benefit the community.

Building a Recruitment Engine for UT Health East Texas

How UT Health East Texas Partnered with Proactive Talent to Build a Recruiting Machine from the Ground Up The UT Health East Texas (UTHET) medical group provides care to thousands of patients through a network of quality medical practitioners. To attract and hire quality talent for the newly

Creating Efficiencies in Recruiting Using Modern Recruitment Marketing Strategies

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.

How To Create Awesome Employer Brand Content Candidates Will Love

A bad hire can cost companies more than $50,000. But that’s not the end of the story. According to this recent TLNT article, there are many hidden consequences of a mis-hire: unwanted turnover, lower employee productivity and engagement, increased manager and leadership burnout, reduction in

Why Your Company Needs Employer Branding & How To Get Started

There is no company on the planet that shouldn’t use employer branding to help them attract and hire the best talent. That was my response when I was recently asked by John Sumser, Principal Analyst at KeyInterval Research and Founder of HRExaminer, to share my thoughts on whether there are




Want to work with us?

Contact Us