Category: Candidate Pools & Proactive Recruiting

Recruiting in the past tended to be reactive—there’s an opening, let’s fill it. But many employers are becoming more proactive by building relationships with potential candidates, creating a pool of eager applicants whenever there is an opening.


Problems Surrounding Internal Candidate Referrals

In order to fill vacant roles, employers are resorting to new methods to recruit new talent. However, one strategy that has been around for years, is the use of internal referrals. Essentially, existing employees are given a bonus if they refer a candidate who is hired and stays with the company for a set period […]


Career Relaunchers 101: Recruiting ‘MBA Moms’ Back into the Workforce

I’ve had a number of male clients ask me how to bring more woman leaders into their organizations recently. I don’t care that this might be a knee-jerk response to current events; I’m just thrilled to have the conversation. “Want to bring more women into your organization?” I ask them. “Try recruiting at a PTO […]


Corporate Alumni Programs Fare Better When Recruiting Isn’t the Sole Focus

In a recent Recruiting Daily Advisor article, Paula Santonocito uncovered the untapped talent pool that corporate alumni programs can offer. While corporate alumni programs are a great way to recruit talent, the programs work better when the focus isn’t solely on recruiting, according to a new survey released by EnterpriseAlumni—a corporate alumni platform.