Video interviews are becoming the norm, with 63 percent of HR managers conducting these types on interviews. Every job seeker knows the importance of preparing for a face-to-face interview, but how do you prepare for an interview when you can’t shake the interviewer’s hand or comment on the local weather? According to US News, Reuters, and Forbes, here are seven ways you can get ready for a video interview.
I loved this article on Intuit and how they created an exciting employer brand proposition to draw to the table the exact type of candidate who would be a perfect match for their culture. This is story about linking the brand of the company with the vision it has for their employees, and how to recruit top talent to a unique culture.
Lots of good ideas, tactics, and recommendations in this blog article on employer branding.
Do you have an employer brand at your company? How does it tie to your product/services brand?
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Candidate engagement is an intriguing topic these days. A majority of job applicants aren't feeling connected to the hiring process, all the way from the early stages of applying for a position to the interview/post-interview ...
Our rundown of the changes of the past ten years will tell you where to focus your energy to harness the power of recent technology developments in HR. (RT @new_resource: How Has Corporate Recruiting Evolved Over Time?
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Pinstripe Executive VP, Angela Hills, delves into the keys to reinvigorating talent acquisition and management: optimize brand strategy, application processes and on-boarding. (For many,engagement strategies are waning.
It’s hard to build a world-class corporate recruiting function without a comprehensive list of the principles that define a top function. While tips on being a good recruiter are available in abundance, there is little written that focuses on the undocumented principles that separate merely average functions from those that truly deliver.
Based on my observations in the field over the past 40 years, I’ve compiled the following list of what I have seen that leads to greatness.
Some of the factors relate to strategy and goals, some basic perspective, and others operations and administration. Truly great recruiting leaders understand not just a few but rather all of these laws and govern accordingly.
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