Month: April 2017

Can You Choose Your Work/Life Balance? 3 Actions To Take

Can you? In this world where we are always on, is it possible to draw a line in the proverbial sand and give yourself that desired balance?  To feel like you have mastered being super employee and super (mom/dad/spouse/partner/person)? More and more as I screen senior level candidates, I find this to be a struggle for them. They give their all, and often find…

John Whitaker Explains Why the Hourly Workers Shall Inherit the Earth…

Volume recruiting. The bane of the recruiting experience. I don’t care how good you are as a recruiting professional, until you’ve put on the flame suit and sat in a volume recruiting chair, you’ll never be able to fully appreciate the job – OR the people who successfully DO the job. Like your mailbox, you can clear it out every day, but it’s going…

SourceCon Presents – The Wonderful World Of Chrome Extensions – Volume 4

It’s obvious that most recruiters and sourcers have a love affair for sourcing tools. Why wouldn’t we enjoy a shortcut or a little assistance in finding information faster? There has been a high demand for sourcing tools and extensions. Many sourcing tools come and go, yet the market is undoubtedly hot for any extension that enables us to better communicate with candidates.

I Can’t Make You Recruit!

My mind is still racing after coming back from SHRM Talent this week! So many great conversations I had with TA leaders and pros. I actually think the level of conversation at functional specific conferences is higher because everyone is feeling the same pain! It’s not to say a conference like SHRM National can’t be great, but you’re surrounded by HR and Talent pros…

Actually, Asking for Salary History is a Mistake

I see many “issues” with the reasons presented in this article. These are outdated thought processes that do not apply to the new talent-driven market we are in. Add on the fact that jobs have changed dramatically and there is no standard “ladder” that most people follow.