When it comes to finding great talent, the candidates you need might be hiding in plain sight; just check the news! The digital world of the news runs deep. From corporate mergers, moves, and layoffs to weddings, moves, and promotions—it’s all there!
I’ve been sourcing in some capacity for two decades and I have seen many tools and trends come and go. (Anybody remember Friendster? ICQ? Usenet?) However, there are some tactics that have remained constant. No matter the next cool tool or shiny new chrome extension, Sourcers who develop these
Companies have made some bold promises when it comes to diversity initiatives, even before the protests ignited by the death of George Floyd. Women and minorities are underrepresented in several industries. This disparity is especially evident within the tech industry where female software
At Proactive Talent, we resolved a lot of recruitment related issues for our clients. In a very real way, we operate like an on-demand RPO service. As such, we engage clients on a variety of issues and answer many questions. For example, a typical query directed to me is, “Jim, are you really
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
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.
The Coronavirus has had a profound effect on the world of work. In some ways, the changes are immediately apparent and in others, only time will tell. And yet, this is not the first time a global pandemic has afflicted us. What can we learn from previous pandemics and what should we expect to
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