The current state of the job market has brought to light a concerning trend in the world of talent acquisition and HR. With the economy cooling down in certain sectors, particularly in the tech industry, many organizations are opting for layoffs in their talent acquisition departments. However,
Much of the daily routine of Talent Acquisition Managers is to monitor recruitment metrics, track what works and stop what’s not. It is also important to increase the positive trends wherever possible. One metric that Talent Acquisition Managers covet above all others is the offer acceptance rates.
We talked about politics in the workplace being a hot button issue in the past. In fact, in an episode of our video series – TribeTV, we shared these SHRM (Society of HR Management) stats… “According to a recent survey from the Society for Human Resource Management, 42% of U.S. employees say they
In this episode, Courtney Lane interviews Matt Kaiser. Matt Kaiser is a consultant and thought leader in the talent acquisition and employer brand space. Most recently, Matt worked as the Director of Talent Acquisition at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – one of the nation’s leading
What is talent attraction? Why is attracting talent important? 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
They say “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” I don’t know where this saying originated from but, it came to mind when I first learned of the idea of “immunity passports.” Wikipedia describes immunity passports as a “…document attesting that its bearer is immune to a contagious
In this fourth episode of Tribe TV, Jim Stroud examines what companies are doing during this time to maintain social distancing guidelines while keeping offices operational.
The world is changing right before our very eyes. The Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic has wreaked havoc on our way of life and threatens our future in ways we can immediately recognize. The number of people unemployed, the list of businesses closing, and the overall uncertainty being just a few.