Conferences are more than powerpoint and slide notes, it’s a great time to be human, meet new people and have fun learning. Continue reading Wrap Up for TMA Social Recruiting Summit 2016
90% of people say video is a key influencer in their decision making process.. Continue reading Use Video to Recruit People
A recent Payscale report list places Google (#2) and Amazon (#4) in terms of least loyal employees (i.e. highest employee turnover). What you need to do to get it correct! Continue reading Create a Lively Company Culture
This year over 50% of the workforce is in their 20″s and this guy tweets “that’s why I will never hire a millennial”… Continue reading Millennials Are Our Future
You spend hours changing, editing and preparing your resume that will surely land you that dream job! It is sent out through every job board, imported into your LinkedIn profile and scattered to the 4 corners of your geographic preference! Then, after all that – NOTHING! You are confused, baffled, angry and blame everyone else for not seeing your talents and abilities. Guess what; it … Continue reading It’s Not Your Resume, It’s You!
Recently, our Talent Acquisition team (Anastasia Bartolucci & Alex Putman) were honored to with an award for candidate experience, Candidate Experience (CandE) Award with Distinction at the 15th Annual Human Resources Technology Conference & Exposition in Chicago. When you hear about awards like this you think of large companies with deep pockets and tons of resources. This does not describe us! Our company is an … Continue reading 15 Ways to Improve the Candidate Experience
Ask yourself a question….”what is the most innovative thing I have accomplished professionally this year?” My journey started with a New Year’s resolution. That resolution included being happy at work, using my creativity to build something cool and never being required to wear a tie ever again. Thus began a new job search in January 2011. As many people know, a job search is no easy task; I sent … Continue reading Are You Innovative Enough?