Tag: improving

Improving the candidate experience: What your recruitment agency can do

A bad candidate experience can limit your pool of quality candidates. When matching candidates to employers, you want to aim for the best. We’re going to walk you through the immediate ways you can take action and improve the candidate experience at every level of the hiring process.  Streamlining the hiring process As a recruitment … Read more The post Improving the candidate experience:…

Improving Your Job Board ROI

Read Time3 Minute, 6 Second With ZipRecruiter’s most recent announcement regarding organic postings through Haley Marketing, we know a lot of clients are wondering how to handle the change without losing candidates. Below, I’ve compiled some suggestions and information you can use to help ensure you’re getting the most out of the Haley Marketing Job Board: Have you checked out your myHaley job board…

The Hire Talent Helps Large Technical Service Company Validate Big 5 Hiring Assessment while improving diversity hiring

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second The Hire Talent recently conducted a case study with a large company who provides technical services for large equipment. This company was interested in using The Hire Talent’s Big Five Personality Assessment as a tool for determining if a candidate for their Service Technician position would have an appropriate personality fit to be successful in their service technician job,…

Fast, Simple Tactics for Improving Your Staffing Agency’s SEO

Read Time3 Minute, 5 Second So you know you have to optimize your site for the search engines, but you have no idea where to even start. Although SEO is a long-term strategy, there are some things you can do on your own today that will put you on the right track for improving your site’s rankings.   Start With These Five Tactics to Improve Your Staffing Agency’s SEO Rankings:  Keyword…

The $64,000 Question: How Can Engagement be Improving in the Middle of a Global Pandemic?

I thought I was done writing about employee engagement. It’s always been an interesting concept because of what it represented — the notion that the more that people are committed in their organization and their work, the better they they will perform their duties. Or as Fistful of Talent’s Grand Poobah Kris Dunn once put it, employee engagement is “Discretionary effort that you don’t…

3 Factors for Improving Employee Engagement

People often ask me how a chemical engineer wound up in talent. The short answer is, like many people, I naturally gravitated towards human resources and talent development roles in the companies I’ve worked for because I wanted to make work a better place. But the more detailed answer is rooted in the surprising similarities between these two fields.