Money continues to flow into HR tech companies and people are still launching job boards. Yeah, you heard that right. Job boards. C’mon, really? The boys break down all the latest news.
Linkedin is one of the most successful Web 2.0 companies in history — but it's success stops short when it comes to mobile. LinkedIn's main mobile app has long attempted to do everything its web product does: the network, profile, feed, search, and …
Joel Cheesman just launched Morale.me, a mobile app that begins with a simple question: “How’s employee morale at your company?”
I had a conversation the other day with a corporate HR Director and we were talking recruiters, corporate recruiters. My friend had a dilemma, a classic corporate recruiting scenario. The problem is she has recruiters who are doing a decent job, but they won’t get out from behind their desk and get out into the organization and […]
The onboarding process is often a disjointed set of events that is partially owned by different areas of HR and the business, leaving the new employee feeling discouraged and frustrated. With partial-process owners across talent acquisition, HR business partners, HRIS and sometimes a dedicated onboarding department, it can be difficult to determine where to invest […]
Google Docs, Sheets and other tools that Google offers their users are very popular, free and millions use them every day. They are much more than a web-based variant on traditional desktop-based office suites, like Microsoft Office. Google Apps users may create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, sites or upload files on Google Drive. And users can […]
Step 1: Listen really carefully to what your mind is telling you. Step 2: Call someone who knows how to recruit and enjoys having one hundred small conversations per day and quickly building relationships with people they might never talk to again. Step 3: Quit your job as a Recruiter. Step 4: Find a career that […]
Have you ever been inside a factory? The sounds of machines cranking, the hustle and bustle of the room, the smell of steam. There’s something to admire about this image of efficiency, where every element has been tuned just right to produce whatever product it makes at the maximum rate while every piece of the […]
If you get three talent acquisition folks around a table, they’re pretty often going to start talking about the hardest job they ever had to fill. “Oh yeah, I once had to fill a nuclear physicist who could read Sanskrit in Dubuque, IA.” I know….sexy, right? Downright hot. Bloomberg had an article last week that […]
Editor’s Note: It’s an annual tradition for TLNT to count down the most popular posts of the previous 12 months. We’re reposting each of the top 25 articles between now and January 2nd. This is No. 7 of 2016. You can find the complete list here.
Scheduling phone screens and going back and forth to find the right time to chat with someone has always been one of the most time-consuming parts of a recruiter or sourcers day. For me, the risk isn’t necessarily the time involved; it’s the fact that if I get distracted from the process, I may never […]
Some new spinoffs, consultancies, and agencies we’ve been in touch with:
We’ve all dealt with a colleague or boss who treated us poorly. It hasn’t been the norm in my world, but in past occasions when it has happened, I would channel the five stages of grief over a 48-hour period: Denial: Did that just happen Anger: Eff that guy! Bargaining: Was it me? Man I […]
We suck as talent acquisition leaders. We suck because we don’t share with each other all of our failures! One of the biggest TA failures over the past decade has been this concept of how to break up Sourcing and Recruiting. It’s still one of the hottest topics in recruiting process! Yes, we definitely need […]