Old School Recruiting Won’t Move the Needle

Hard Knocks in the Recruiting Universe It was about seven years ago when I started my career in recruiting. . . It was a land of smiling and dialing, posting job ads, and filtering (ahem, reviewing) infinite resumes. I managed a large local automotive manufacturing client at the time, staffing its machining and assembly lines. Very high volume.   A Read More

Where’s Waldo: A Candidate Search Story

WHERE’S WALDO? Have you assessed that there are no candidates in the market? Have you already worked with contingency recruiters? Have you posted the job yourself and only seen below-average talent? Does sourcing feel like you’re playing “Where’s Waldo?” ERASE THE NOISE FROM YOUR SEARCH Things can seem frustrating. Especially if you’re managing a territory that’s missing representation. You don’t Read More

FAQ: “What Questions Should I Ask During an Interview?”

Focus on Interview-Specific Questions It’s more about crafting questions unique to your interview, as any question that can be applied to all interviews is probably not that polarizing (aside from compensation, etc). When it comes to the role, outside of experience, aspirations, and flexibility, what is functionally or situationally important? Add one or two of these topics to the base Read More