May 25 , 2017

Tag Archives: Recruiting Best Practices

Using Stories To Improve Your Recruiting Results

by Dr John Sullivan Brace Yourselves Take a moment to think about the future of recruiting, because it is about to change radically. Currently the recruiting paradigm is pretty simple it includes the 5 key components of: 1. Employer branding 2. Sourcing top candidates 3. Assessing them 4. Matching candidates to the right job and then 5. Selling them on ... Read More »

The World’s Most Effective Referral Approach – Give Me 5!

 An effective referral tool that takes advantage of “memory retrieval cues” Most already realize that employee referral programs routinely produce the highest quality of hires, but few know that the “Give Me 5” program produces the highest-performing hires of any individual referral approach. The “Give Me 5 Names” tool is easy, fast, and free. You start by proactively approaching individual ... Read More »

The Value and Use of Best Practices in Recruiting

By Kimberly Do and Dr. John Sullivan What is a best practice in recruiting? A best practice is a unique leading-edge solution applied at a noted firm to an emerging recruiting problem. It is “best” because a firm known for its excellence in management is implementing it. It is “a practice” because it has already been successfully implemented in at ... Read More »

Sourcing Revelation — Work Anniversaries Are the Best Time to Recruit Employed Prospects

Rather than being data-driven, I have found that most recruiters and sourcers contact employed prospects almost randomly on a trial-and-error basis. However, there are specific times when employees who previously said “no and stop calling me” actually change their mind and are fully receptive to a recruiting call. So in case you didn’t realize it, the months immediately around an ... Read More »