• Dear COVID: Thank you for bringing my recruitment agency to the next level
    by Inés Velasco on Nov 26, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Dear COVID: Thank you for bringing my recruitment agency to the next level. Hello COVID-19, I hope you don’t find yourself well by the time you read this letter. Don’t take me wrong, but I’ve known you for the last 10 months since your first appearance in my border town when you turned our world

  • How to Use RSS Feeders for Job Hunting?
    by Guest Writer on Nov 26, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    Advancing your career during the pandemic is near impossible, simply finding a new position after the initial spike in unemployment is a feat in itself. Job hunting really lives up to its name – you have to hunt down jobs, which to many seem an endangered species. Over 22,000 Americans have lost their jobs during

  • [PODCAST] Strip the Ego and Educate: Candidate Closure and Focused Interviewing with Jeff Shapiro
    by Ryan Leary on Nov 26, 2020 at 1:00 pm

    Strip the Ego and Educate: Candidate Closure and Focused Interviewing with guest Jeff Shapiro Happy Thanksgiving! We have a great episode of Sourcing School for you. Today, we’re talking with Jeff Shapiro, Director of Talent Acquisition at Radnet. So, while you hide from your family members to avoid rolling napkins, feel free to tune in! Strip the ego

  • 5 Tenets of Successful High-Volume Recruiting
    by Tyler Chimarusti on Nov 25, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    5 Tenets of Successful High-Volume Recruiting High-volume recruitment presents a completely different set of challenges from those found in traditional corporate recruiting. While the roles traditionally require fewer prerequisites, you’re dealing with a significantly higher volume of candidates that are typically less responsive. A different set of challenges requires a different approach. Attracting qualified candidates

  • The Bat-Belt of Recruiting
    by Steven Rawlings on Nov 25, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Being Batman for our Customers in a COVID World Chances are, over the years you have seen the iconic superhero facing certain doom, while fire plumes all around him. The building falling to pieces, one hand clenched onto a lone pole sticking out of the rubble. The other hand holding on to someone, holding true

  • [PODCAST] Techmate – A Better Way To Onboard Remote Workers with Nicole Beals, David Brock, and Michael Falato
    by William Tincup on Nov 25, 2020 at 1:00 pm

    A Better Way To Onboard Remote Workers with Nicole Beals,  David Brock, and Michael Falato of Techmate Today’s episode is, number one – extremely relevant and supportive of what we are going through industry and worldwide.  And number two – a lot of fun!  We have the team from Techmate with us today to discuss

  • Do’s & Don’ts of Text Recruiting
    by Brian Thompson on Nov 24, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Do’s & Don’ts of Text Recruiting It’s 2020 and recruiters are texting with candidates more than ever and this trend will surely continue as more Millennials and Generation Z workers make up the majority of the candidate market. Officially known as ‘Text Recruiting’ – recruiters love the speed and response rate of texting, and candidates

  • How Your Business Size and Style Impacts HR Strategy
    by Devin Partida on Nov 24, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Human resources (HR) strategy encompasses necessities like hiring, retention, employee growth opportunities, and benefits packages. However, the specifics for how your HR strategy accomplishes those needs and engages with employees The post How Your Business Size and Style Impacts HR Strategy appeared first on TalentCulture.

  • Like Your Kindergarten Teacher Taught You
    by Jennifer Jamme on Nov 24, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Like Your Kindergarten Teacher Taught You “Candidate experience.” It’s a phrase you are seeing and hearing everywhere these days. Many blogs, articles, podcasts, and webinars cover this topic, and you will hear about it during any HR or recruiting event more than once. It is definitely trending right now. But what everyone is calling candidate

  • What Does Being Board Certified Mean for a Doctor?
    by Guest Writer on Nov 24, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    Everyone who works in the medical field knows that learning never stops. If you want to practice medicine, regardless of niche, you must keep preparing and learning about new technologies, methods, drugs, and more. However, it’s not just about the way the world of medicine evolves. It’s also about the various steps one needs to