Tag Archives: Sourcing

Candidate Exit Interviews – Getting Feedback From Your Recruiting Customers (The #2 barrier to recruiting excellence)

The two dumbest things in recruiting are not soliciting candidate feedback and not assessing new-hire performance (a.k.a. quality of hire).  Unfortunately, most in recruiting are not even aware of the practice of “candidate exit interviews,” soliciting new hires and candidate feedback after completing each hiring process. Unfortunately, gathering exit interview information from candidates is quite rare. Even though customer/user feedback …

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Do Your Part… Recruit Ukrainians For Remote Work

Recruit Ukrainians.

(The complete guide for recruiting Ukrainian refugees) Feeling helpless? Here’s a 2 for-1 opportunity to bolster sourcing and aid desperate refugees.  This is an action piece – whose goal is to nudge the reader into taking immediate action. If you have a strong desire to help the Ukrainians, here is an opportunity to do your part. Directly help Ukraine through …

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December Recruiting – Gain An Advantage When The Competition Is Low

December is the optimum recruiting month because the talent supply is high, and the competition is low. So, “time your recruiting” to when the recruiting competition is low. If you time it correctly, “the little guy” can almost always beat the best firms during December. In part, because there is no dip in the supply of talent, some individuals will …

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