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Challenge: Name The Recruiting Results With The Highest Impact On Business Performance

This article covers the tremendous value that comes from adding “risk management” to recruiting. Now you are probably thinking, “I’m in recruiting, why on earth would I read an article about risk management?” Well, first off because risk management would reveal which of the many recruiting outputs or results, when they are below standard, have the highest negative impact on …

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WSJ Middle Market Summit May 23 – 24, 2016

I am pleased to announce that I will be interviewed at The Wall Street Journal’s second Annual Executive Conference Focused Exclusively on America’s Middle Market in Washington, D.C.. On Tuesday, May 24th, Journal editors will interview policy makers, practitioners, and other mid-market experts on the key business issues that affect them including: The outlook for U.S. economic and business growth How …

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11 Reasons It’s Crucial for Recruiters to Track Quality of Hire

Measuring quality of hire, or measuring the on-the-job performance and the retention rate of new hires, is one of the most strategic moves any recruiting department can make. Having that metric handy allows you to prove the business value of your recruiting team, improve the recruiting process itself, and get hiring managers attention. Yet, many recruiting leaders have trouble building …

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Getting Managers To Take Action On Turnover … By Using Heat Maps And Dollar Impacts

Turnover rates are reaching record levels at many firms. But many managers aren’t paying much attention to turnover because, in the corporate world, most turnover reports are barely scanned. And even when they are read, the way that most turnover numbers are presented simply don’t drive managers to act. And that’s a huge problem because the fundamental reason why you …

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The Definitive Article On Developing A Business Case – A Checklist Of “Power Factors” To Include

Even though the Conference Board found that Human Capital is still the #1 global challenge facing CEO’s, you still hear the universal complaint from recruiting leaders that they are underfunded and simply don’t have the budget to do bold and exciting things in recruiting. I find that this lack of funding isn’t because recruiting doesn’t have a high impact, clearly …

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The Biggest Mistake In Employer Branding — Failing To Measure The Business Impacts Of Employer Branding

In my experience, the current state of employer branding is dismal. I have been developing employer branding solutions since before the advent of electricity it seems — back when it was called Employer of Choice. Since then, we have shifted to the term employer branding, but unfortunately, little else has changed for the better. In particular, I am continually shocked …

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