Tag Archive: Talent Acquisition

Loving you for your Faults

There are very few organizations out there who actually get (and honor) the distinct difference between filling a position for sake of filling it and filling a position for the sake of advancing the company's cause. It's partially why most organizations have a perpetually ...

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Recruitment is a Commodity. Make it an Experience!

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Gerry Crispin, Principal with CareerXroads, is a recruiting icon. He's on a very short list, at least in my mind, of people who have meaningful insights and practical recommendations for improving the "Recruitment Experience" - insights and recommendations for both the employer and the job seeker. I had the privilege of spending some time with ...

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Time Kills All Deals…

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When I was building a recruiting engine and a team to support it over in Hyderabad, India for Deloitte, many of my recruiters were fond of saying (to the point of exhaustion) that "time kills all deals." After all, candidates had options...and lots of them. And to make it harder, the value proposition ...

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Your ATS is like a Stick in the Eye!

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This blog is built on the premise that HR, in its relentless pursuit to be more strategic, has over-engineered itself to the detriment of its clients. While this certainly isn't true in all cases, there are some that deserve a flogging. Generally, the HR community has done a pretty good job of adopting technology into ...

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Think Small

I usually try to catch Steve Boese's weekly broadcast of HR Happy Hour.  Unfortunately, the live broadcast is just about the time that my kids are getting ready for bed and my wife is crossing over to the dark side of bi-polar...look out.  So ...

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