Tag: secret

Mars’ Secret To A Sweeter Candidate Experience

Mars’ Secret To A Sweeter Candidate Experience On the surface, your career site looks sweet. Authentic messaging? Check. Engaging content and video? Check. Personalized job recommendations, chatbot, hiring events? Check, check, check.    So why are you still experiencing high candidate drop off and a low ratio of completed job applications to job views? Most likely, it comes down to a critical yet often…

The Secret Sauce to Landing Your Dream Job? Apply Less!!!

Robert Combs over at Fast Company had a brilliant article recently, and if you’re in Recruiting or HR, it’s a must-read! If you’re looking for a job, it’s also a must-read! Here was Robert’s concept. A.I. (robots) are running the world. It’s the biggest innovation to come into recruiting since Big Data (wait, didn’t we always have data…). If robots can run the application…

The Secret to HR Evolution

“The realization has most likely set in that regardless of what you wish would happen, you’re going to have to change something about the way you’re conducting business today.” – Mary Faulkner   If there’s one thing everyone can agree on right now, it’s the fact that the world has changed.   There are varying degrees of acceptance about how permanent that change is…

Secret Career App MeetFrank Raises €1.5M

MeetFrank launches new “relocation without location” feature for app to help global talent relocate and find new, fulfilling opportunities abroad. TALLINN, Estonia, Dec. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Secret career app startup MeetFrank today announced its closure of a €1.5M funding round led by investors Karma.vc, Enern VC, Change Ventures, and Hummingbird. MeetFrank will use the capital to launch its new “relocation without location” feature that opens up international borders and helps global…

HR Technology: The Dirty Little Secret

This post was originally published on this site I’ve spent the last few weeks flying around the world talking with HR organizations about their various HR tech strategies and there’s a lot going on. Almost every major company I talk with is in the middle of an implementation of a major new cloud platform, while they are rationalizing, fixing, and improving a variety ……

What’s the Secret to a Great Marriage? The Sackett Rules!

I’m on vacation this week with my wife. It’s our 27th wedding anniversary. Yes, it was a child marriage, don’t judge us. When I tell people I’ve been married 27 years I frequently get “the question”! So, tell us, what’s the secret to a great marriage!? I like to answer that very straight forward, and while staring at the opposite spouse or partner who asked…

Is Your Work Fun? The Secret to Being Ultra-Productive.

You’ve probably heard all the business-psycho babble around “if you work doing something you love to do, you’ll never work another day in your life!” Of, if you work at something that makes you happy you’ll always love your work. Blah, blah, blah, it sounds like all you really need is a Life Coach! I’m just kidding, a little. I’m not a life coach kind…

The Secret to Productivity May Be Air Conditioning

Call them dinosaur-brains or Neanderthals, there are people in every business who live to make us miserable. They aren’t necessarily actively toxic, but some are so rude, bureaucratic, and/or annoying, your automatic response may be to disengage from them and your work. As well all know, disengagement kills productivity.

Is Happiness the Secret to Engagement?

Note: This article is part of an occasional series dedicated to exploring the contribution of human capital assets (people!) to the valuation of a business. Welcome to The New ROI: Return on Individuals. Previous articles in the series can be found here.

Your Secret Weapon In Candidate Interviews

Listen – It is the hardest thing to do in an interview. It’s almost as hard as showing up to work after a late night eating grilled meats and watching fireworks. Happy Birthday, America. #4thofJuly Recruiters and hiring managers pay thousands of dollars to training firms to become the best interviewers. They buy pricey technology that is supposed to predict a candidate’s success and…