December 14 , 2017

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Comic novels – the latest innovation in recruiting

Comic novels – the latest innovation in recruiting   The most critical aspect of recruiting is getting and building a potential candidate’s interest in your organization. There are a variety of media that you can use to reach your recruiting targets however; most corporations only take advantage of a limited range of the available options. The US military, in direct ... Read More »

Building Relationships With Professors To Gain A Recruiting Edge (Part 1 of 2)

Today, if you want to identify, build your brand, and “pre-sell” the best students on employment opportunities with your organization, you need to go beyond the career center and build relationships with the faculty who know and have the ability to influence the decisions of college students.   The most common reason that college recruiting programs fail to attract the ... Read More »

The Mobile Phone: The Most Effective Recruiting Communications Platform

The basic foundation for all recruiting is the ability to communicate and share information with potential candidates directly. In our modern, high-tech world, corporate recruiters have numerous channels they can use to communicate directly with candidates ranging from face-to-face visits to video chat. However, there is only one tool that provides a “single point of contact” allowing the use of ... Read More »

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Recruiting Videos Allow Potential Candidates to Feel the Passion

Everyone in recruiting and employment branding strives to demonstrate to potential candidates the excitement that can be found within their organization. Most rely almost exclusively on “words” in paid advertising, brochures, and websites, but words are “so last year.” Each month, fewer and fewer people read newspapers and books, and more of us get our information from moving media, including ... Read More »

13 Trends In Corporate Recruiting for 2009

The Latest Trends in Corporate Recruiting Based on conversations with recruiting leaders, questions asked during seminars, advisory requests, and best-practice research, expect to see an increased emphasis in: Upgrading employment branding. Nothing is hotter around the globe in recruiting than employment branding. Firms throughout Asia, in particular, are increasingly adopting employment branding as a wildly important activity for 2009. The ... Read More »

Succession Plans – A Checklist For Measuring Their Effectiveness

Part A MeasuresGroup 1 — Basic plan usage factors: The target audiences for a succession plan are those managers that are responsible for making promotion and lateral transfer decisions for leadership jobs that are covered by the plan. A succession plan can't be successful if it's not distributed, read and utilized by managers that make such decisions. Some manager usage ... Read More »

“Best of Breed” vs. Single Vendor

Having visited numerous organizations as an advisor I have seen the phenomenal advantage talent managed well can be.  From that perspective, it is clear to me that organizations looking to grow and dynamically adapt to rapidly evolving markets need to pursue solutions that are extremely flexible and in no way present barriers to motivation, performance, and innovation.  The best of ... Read More »

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Why Candidates Are Dropping Out of Your Hiring Process

As seen on Yello (March 31, 2017) by Tracy Kelly. HR industry thought leader and professor of management at San Francisco State University, Dr. John Sullivan, says the cost to candidate withdrawal is real; the lost investment is a drain on team resources. Your online application is too complicated Sullivan reports that at Fortune 500 firms, 9 out of ten ... Read More »