Tag Archives: Google

[SLIDES] SPEED OF HIRE WORKSHOP: Corporate best practices… that show how reducing time-to-fill directly improves quality of hire

Loading… Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download Increasing your speed of hire ranks as the No. 2 option for improving a firm’s quality of hire. The competition for talent is so high these days, that if you don’t hire extremely fast, quality candidates who apply at your firm will be gone within days because they …

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[Slides] HOW THE FASTEST GROWING FIRMS DRIVE GROWTH AND INNOVATION THROUGH HR ACTIONS

The fastest growing firms drive growth and innovation through human resources. These slides cover: Why HR must change Why everyone must know the contribution that innovation and disruption plays in growth. How to increase the amount of innovation. How to hire, retain, and manage those that create growth. Loading… Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download

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Need Innovators? Recruit Those Who See the Glass as Half Empty … and Leaking

Corporate employees can be classified into two categories. The majority of employees must be classified as “the glass is half full” people, who when they look at an existing process or product, they assume that everything is fine. However, a handful of employees can be classified as “the glass is half empty and leaking” people. These individuals are much more …

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WOW, Google’s Simple Just-In-Time Checklist Improves Onboarding Results By 25%

October 26, 2015 | ERE Although the initial part of this article is about how Google improved its onboarding results by 25 percent, the unique approach that it used reveals many other valuable lessons that HR executives should note. Those lessons include the importance of experimenting with different HR solutions, the need to use data to identify what works, and the value …

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Google’s Rabbit Hole — Innovatively Sourcing Top Talent Based on Their Search Words

Google’s seven-month old “rabbit hole” recruiting program simply has to be classified as innovative. The program has two major components. The first (a “keyword sourcing” approach) identifies employed top talent (some call them passives) based on the advanced terminology that they place in the Google search box while learning and doing their job. After they are identified, an unexpected message …

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Recruiting’s Blunder of Epic Proportions: Ignoring Mobile

by Dr. John Sullivan and Master Burnett It’s 5:30 a.m., and Joe McHenry, a 36-year-old international tax manager who works in New York City, wakes up, checks his e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter activity from his smartphone all before getting out of bed. By 6:45 a.m. he’s dressed and walking to the train station for his 40-minute commute into the city. …

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The Toughest Questions In Leadership Development At Rapid Growth Firms

Many corporate leadership development efforts can only be classified as “conservative” or “old school”. Most of the existing leadership development program designs only fit the needs of well-established large corporations with relatively slow growth rates. But how would the traditional leadership development approach have to be modified to meet the expectations of rapidly growing Internet firms with breathtaking growth rates, …

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