Dr John Sullivan

Dr John Sullivan is an internationally known HR thought-leader from the Silicon Valley who specializes in providing bold and high business impact; strategic Talent Management solutions to large corporations.

Returning To The Office Creates Some WOW Recruiting Opportunities In 2021

Recruiting reluctant in-office workers is a treasure chest of talent.

As “exceptional workers” are forced back to the office, employers with 100% remote jobs will dominate recruiting. Note: This article is designed for a quick scan Yes, the year 2021 will go down in recruiting history as the best in memory for recruiting exceptional talent away from elite employers. This WOW recruiting opportunity is happening because after an elite corporation …

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Rethink Returning To The Office – Instead, Increase Remote Worker Innovation

Remote collaboration is possible. Be wary of return to office without considering altneratives.

Remote workers haven’t been as innovative… that’s a problem because new pandemic challenges demand it. Most executives don’t realize that there is only one primary justifiable business reason for purposely maintaining a 100% on-site workforce. And that is a laser focus on their need for continuous industry-leading innovation. But, unfortunately, that goal has generally only applied to some smaller startups …

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Restaurant Recruiting Solutions – Creative Tools That Work In Today’s Economy

Recruiting tools for restaurants

Your restaurant is likely suffering the post-pandemic blues because of obsolete or overused recruiting tools. Fortunately, regardless of the industry you work in, there is a solution to this once-in-a-lifetime post-pandemic talent shortage. It is partially characterized by the rare combination of high employment and a dramatic shortage of job applicants. So, if you want your business to thrive again, …

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Interview Effectiveness Tip – Hold The Hiring Manager’s Comments Until The End

Improve interviews by helping the manager wait on their opinion.

The assessment comments made by managers are so influential that they can limit contradictory comments from others. Unfortunately, many in recruiting assume that something as obscure as the order in which interviewers, during panel interviews, provide assessment comments make little difference, but they are wrong. Instead, recruiters and hiring managers must realize that the early assessment comments provided by managers …

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