Tag: finding

Finding Hope in a Challenging Year: A Conversation With Trevor Noah

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Born and raised in apartheid-era South Africa, award-winning comedian Trevor Noah brings his unique perspective on race, politics, and current events to The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. During our global digital event, Conversations for a Changing World, Noah sat down with award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien to discuss how his show adapted to pandemic-era production, his philanthropic efforts, and…

Finding Qualified Diverse Talent is NOT Your Issue!

During 2020, I’ve spoken to a lot of leaders who are concerned with their diversity recruiting. Every single one of them will say something like, “Tim, we just can’t find the ‘qualified’ diverse talent we need!” Sound familiar? Feel familiar? I’m not a diversity recruiting strategy expert. I leave that to my friend, Torin Ellis. I do think I’ve got a bit of knowledge…

Finding Success in Your Q4 Email Strategy

Read Time1 Minute, 49 Second Sending an email in Q4 can seem intimidating. With so many emails coming in around the holidays – from Black Friday to family greetings – it can seem as though your email might get lost in the crowd. However, there is a right time and strategy for sending email that can still land you the results you want –…

Talking the Talk: Finding Candidates

The Appcast Guide to Recruitment and Programmatic Terminology will help you understand and speak the language specific to recruitment and recruitment marketing. In addition to definitions, it includes synonyms and acronyms, The Guide has been organized by category, rather than alphabetically, and grouped by subcategory, to provide context for the terms and related definitions. What does it include? Everything from general HR and recruiting…

What You’re Getting Wrong About Finding Candidates of Color

It is not uncommon for clients to ask me, “where should I post my open position if I want a candidate of color to apply?” When I get asked this question, I can’t help but wonder: “Do companies think black candidates are not using LinkedIn?” “Do organizations think their lack of a racially diverse workforce is a symptom of not posting on the right…

Google Cloud to make finding jobs easier for veterans

Google and CareerBuilder are teaming up to allow U.S. military to find jobs using their MOS code. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Google Cloud to make finding jobs easier for veterans appeared first on AIM Group.

The Single Biggest Factor in Finding Your Dream Job!

I’ve been given the opportunity to speak to a number of high school and college graduating seniors. The one common question from both groups, I get frequently, is “how can I get my dream job?”  It’s a simple question, with about one million possible answers.  Which makes it a tough question to answer in front of a group. I think I might have found…

Finding Karma in Sourcing

My grandmother always told me to be kind to individuals, especially when they’re not expecting it. I was not raised a Buddhist and as a child was unaware that this simple lesson she has instilled in me, is the key to building good karma. The definition of karma is pretty simple: when you are kind to others, then the kindness will be returned, it…

Finding a Job as a Newer Sourcer

I recently found myself in a very similar situation to many candidates I have worked with in the past, finding a new job. As recruiters and sourcers, we can quickly become accustomed to the rollercoaster ride of the employment market. Jobs can come, and jobs will disappear. Whether it’s from layoffs, contracts ending, or a change of scenery, we all will eventually become candidates….

Sourcing for Domains and Finding Personal Websites

One of the things I like the most about sourcing is stumbling upon peoples personal websites, their own little place on the internet. Most of the time I find these websites because they’re linked somewhere, either on their LinkedIn profile, GitHub or any other form of social media.