Tag: Intake

The Art of the Intake Call in Recruiting

If 2020 has taught us anything at all, it’s that we live in a very unpredictable world, and surprises await us at nearly every turn. How good is someone at what they do, and more importantly, how well will they do it once they join our organization? Can we hire people who have never done our desired work and expect them to be successful?…

Turning Your Intake Meeting Into a Winning Service Level Agreement – Sample Included

The past few articles I have written have focused on relationships, trust, empowering, etc. I think we spend a lot of time sharing techniques, process, etc.; as these topics are essential to building professional relationships. Having a solid S.L.A (Service Level Agreement) will hold each party accountable and responsible for their part in the success of the candidate experience, and result in a hire…

Sourcing Different – The Intake Meeting

In the last article, we discussed on how to source the all mighty referral tree, with this topic we dive into one of the most critical aspects of our jobs, the intake meeting. The intake meeting is a crucial step in becoming a successful sourcer. This article will help you understand what the manager needs and what the “it” factor looks n this article,…

A Speedy Sourcer’s Guide to Conquering The Intake Session

Now that the election is over, we no longer have to listen to donkeys or elephants. However, if you are a sourcing professional, you probably don’t mind purple squirrels and pink elephants and the PETA-approved hunt. Consequently, you will need to do the quintessential intake session and must prove just how valuable you are to your company’s talent acquisition team.

Mastering the Intake Meeting as A Sourcer

In the construction of any building – you have to have a firm foundation. The foundation sets the tone for the building that follows, and with it, assurance that your building will most likely survive environmental factors: earthquakes, weather, or any other potential threat. Usually building a foundation requires excavation, review of the area the building is to be set upon, and the materials,…