• How to incorporate a recruiting chatbot into your talent acquisition team
    by Cat DiStasio on Mar 25, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    Artificial intelligence is a trending topic in business today, but it’s far more than just a trend. The post How to incorporate a recruiting chatbot into your talent acquisition team appeared first on Brazen. […]

  • Ramping up a Summer College Recruiting Program? Here’s What You Need to Know About Micro-Internships
    by Jeffrey Moss on Mar 25, 2019 at 3:30 pm

      If you think recruiting is difficult, college recruiting is even harder. Finding candidates and ultimately convincing them to take the job is challenging, but the truly hard work is determining whether they have the right skills for the role and are a fit with your organization. With all the discussion around algorithms, AI, video […]

  • How to Hire Based on Values
    by TalentCulture Team on Mar 25, 2019 at 11:00 am

    A well-defined culture is the key to uniting your company and scaling to new heights, says author and high-growth company culture expert Brett Putter. Then why is hiring for culture fit so difficult? Putter, who is the founder and CEO of CultureGene, a culture consultancy helping prepare startup and high-growth companies for scale, says your company culture is essentially the way your organization works. That means as you develop your business and it grows, your […] The post How to Hire Based on Values appeared first on TalentCulture. […]

  • Student Outreach and Gender: Closing the Gap
    by Jeanette Maister on Mar 22, 2019 at 2:40 pm

      In talking about recruiting today’s students, the issue of diversity inevitably enters into the conversation. So much that we already went over the state of the state, calling out the fact that students (specifically those in Gen Z) sometimes see a bigger picture than corporations do. Still, at a time when more women are […]

  • #WorkTrends: Is Retirement Outdated?
    by Meghan M. Biro on Mar 22, 2019 at 1:29 pm

    Retirement comes from the French word meaning “to isolate yourself.” But as our guest Chris Farrell puts it: “Who wants to be isolated?” More and more, we are seeing older workers continue in the workforce or return to it. So what does this mean for our concept of retirement? Farrell joined us to break things down, and he shared with us some surprising statistics about the relationship between older and younger workers. Farrell is the […] The post #WorkTrends: Is Retirement Outdated? appeared first on TalentCulture. […]

  • Using Your Firm’s Competitive Differentiation in your Employer Branding Program
    by Johnny Torrance-Nesbitt on Mar 21, 2019 at 12:00 pm

      As you build out and continue to tweak your Employer Branding Program, you might want to incorporate and “bake in” your firm’s differentiators—(assuming, of course, you know what they are). Each firm has differentiators (whether they know it or not). These differentiators will make all the difference to prospective new hire candidates. They can […]

  • Why Are So Many Talent Pools Underutilized and How Can Recruiters Tap Into Them?
    by Katie Tierney on Mar 20, 2019 at 2:00 pm

      Spoiler alert: There’s a talent shortage in the world of work. And it’s pretty big. Ok, so that probably comes as no surprise to anybody who works in the staffing and recruiting industry. It seems like every day, we read new stories about how the number of open jobs exceeds the number of available […]

  • It’s Not What Candidates Say, But What They Hear
    by Chris Dyer on Mar 19, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    This part of the communication equation doesn’t get enough credit for what it can reveal Are your job interviews structured toward what people have to say, or how they, well, listen? We tend to use face-to-face encounters to gain information verbally. We may ask candidates to repeat their work and education histories, to pursue some facet […]

  • 12 Tips for Purchasing HR Tech Wisely, Part 2
    by Kevin W. Grossman on Mar 19, 2019 at 11:00 am

    My previous post was devoted to the first six of my 12 HR tech-buying guidelines. In this post I share the remaining six … but not before I take a moment to marvel at the juggernaut the HR tech marketplace has become. First of all, it’s ginormous: Bersin by Deloitte has estimated the HR technology marketplace to be $400 billion. The worldwide investment in developing new HR tech exceeded $1 billion in the first half […] The post 12 Tips for Purchasing HR Tech Wisely, Part 2 appeared first on TalentCulture. […]

  • What archetype is your employer brand?
    by Cat DiStasio on Mar 18, 2019 at 9:30 pm

    Which would you prefer: a hero’s journey or a jester’s folly? If you personally identify with one of those archetypes, the question hits home. For job seekers looking to make a huge commitment to a company, the archetype of your employer brand can have a big impact on their decision making. The post What archetype is your employer brand? appeared first on Brazen. […]