• #WorkTrends: Why Companies Need to Value a Great Candidate Experience
    by TalentCulture Team on Feb 22, 2020 at 1:21 pm

    Ever since the Talent Board started researching candidate experience, at least some employers have been paying more attention to improving the applicant’s journey. Applying to a company can unearth all sorts of issues — including what #WorkTrends guest Kevin W. Grossman calls the “black hole of candidate experience.”  This was a tete-a-tete between two colleagues that insisted on keeping the conversation looking forward not back. To get out of the morasse of a bad candidate experience, The post #WorkTrends: Why Companies Need to Value a Great Candidate Experience appeared first on TalentCulture.

  • Levels Of Testing For IT Recruiters – Part 2
    by Renata Maszczykowska on Feb 21, 2020 at 3:00 pm

      In my previous post, I was talking about testing in general and understanding the difference between test position descriptions. Now, it’s time to learn a bit more about the levels of testing. I hope all of these topics I write about in these articles will help you to become better at your job, and

  • To Access the Data Goldmine, Workforces Need to Be Data Literate
    by Jordan Morrow on Feb 21, 2020 at 12:41 am

    We are in the midst of a data revolution. Businesses and organizations across all sectors collect, store and analyze huge amounts of information. However, they often struggle to realize data’s full potential. According to a recent report from Accenture, Closing the Data Value Gap, only 32% of business executives surveyed said that they’re able to create tangible and measurable value from data.  Why? Because many companies struggle to fully utilize the capabilities of their entire The post To Access the Data Goldmine, Workforces Need to Be Data Literate appeared first on TalentCulture.

  • Why Good Candidate Experience Matters & 3 Ways To Deliver It
    by Nick Hutchinson on Feb 20, 2020 at 3:48 pm

    3 Ways To Deliver  The candidate experience first begins with a Facebook post from a friend who raves about her new job. Or it can start when a colleague posts news on LinkedIn that your company is hiring. Other places the candidate experience starts include Google searches, your organization’s careers site, or a recruiter’s private

  • Breaking Down Generational Perspectives on Phone Calls, Face-to-face Conversations and Promotions
    by Lindsey Pollak on Feb 20, 2020 at 2:56 pm

    I’ve seen it many times. After wrapping up one of my presentations, I’m approached by a Baby Boomer or Gen X manager who says, “My young employees just don’t have any common sense! How can I understand them?” The post Breaking Down Generational Perspectives on Phone Calls, Face-to-face Conversations and Promotions appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.

  • How To Stay Organized When Buying HR Tech
    by Phil Strazzulla on Feb 19, 2020 at 1:00 pm

       Staying organized with HR Tech When you buy HRTech, it’s really hard to stay organized.  Understanding the landscape can be a difficult task, in fact in many ways it can be one of the most challenging tasks that you face in building your organization. A few key things contribute to this, most often

  • Staffing Firms Facing an Uncertain Economy: Invest in Technology Now to Position for Success
    by Jonathan Bedard on Feb 17, 2020 at 6:29 pm

      As we turned into a new year and decade in 2020, we have heard continued concerns reflecting economic uncertainty- in fact, in our own recent GRID (Global Recruiting Insights and Data)  survey of staffing professionals, 64 percent listed economic uncertainty as a top challenge for this year, while 45 percent expect a recession, a

  • Love Starts with Leadership
    by Meghan M. Biro on Feb 15, 2020 at 6:20 pm

    Around here we celebrate Valentine’s Day sentiments all the time. We tell each other how much we appreciate, cherish, are wowed by, awed by, impressed by, and value each other. It’s not in our culture deck (we don’t have one since we’re always flexing and morphing to grow and change with the world of work). It’s not in the rulebook and it’s not even in any of the job descriptions. It’s just in the ethos The post Love Starts with Leadership appeared first on TalentCulture.

  • #WorkTrends: The Journey to a Great Employer Brand
    by TalentCulture Team on Feb 15, 2020 at 1:19 pm

    #WorkTrends host Meghan M. Biro sat down with employer brand expert Susan LaMotte to talk about the power of great employer brands — and why every organization needs to assess whether their own employer brand conveys the essence or the eh of the company. Susan, the Founder and CEO of exaqueo, has worked with an incredible range of organizations, from chicken dinners (Boston Market) to communications (T-Mobile) to education (Princeton University) to the empire-sized CVS The post #WorkTrends: The Journey to a Great Employer Brand appeared first on TalentCulture.

  • Work, Love, Gossip, Power: The Thrill and Toll of Office Romance
    by Rebecca Shaw on Feb 14, 2020 at 8:00 pm

    We all know that office romances happen. But on what scale do they happen, and how exactly do they affect those involved on a professional and personal level? A recent workplace study by Viking surveyed 2,000 office workers in the UK to uncover the true experience of dating a coworker. Those surveyed were professionals aged from 18 up to 65+, including temporary trainees, executives, middle management, senior management and board members. Participants were from a The post Work, Love, Gossip, Power: The Thrill and Toll of Office Romance appeared first on TalentCulture.