It’s a decades-old argument: Recruiting is sales, no it’s not.
Whether you’re a nonprofit organization seeking job candidates or a company competing with nonprofits for talent, new research has implications for recruiting and hiring.
An employee’s workspace matters. This seems to be the bottom line of two new surveys from staffing firm Robert Half.
Are you drawn to job candidates who remind you … of yourself? While people often seek like-minded individuals as friends, the workplace should not reflect this kind of preference.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” It’s good advice for all of us.
How many of you routinely use Twitter as part of your overall recruiting platform? How many candidates do you get from Twitter? Is this something you’d like to do more of? Let’s take a look at some tips for recruiters hoping to get the most out of this social media platform.
So you have to hire a ton of new people, and you need it done yesterday. What do you do? Same thing you did last time? Today we’ll hear from Adam Ochstein, founder and CEO of StratEx, on how to change things up in order to hire quickly and well.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – Ferris Bueller, 1986
Much has been written about workplace bullies and the misery they inflict on their staff and coworkers. Addressing workplace bullying is often difficult, however, and so management tends to avoid the issue. Why not take a different approach, and avoid hiring these folks in the first place?
Maybe you want to hire an account executive, client services coordinator, or financial analyst? Perhaps you’re in the market for an information security analyst, product manager, or statistician. If so, offering candidates a flexible schedule, remote work, or other nontraditional options can boost your recruiting efforts.