January 23, 2018
interview questions, recruiters, interviewing candidates, gaining control of the interview
Hiring 01 June 2017
Top 4 Characteristics of a Great Job Interviewer
Dillon Chen
When you ask the right questions, you get what you need. Plain and simple. The challenging part is when you have to figure out what questions you need to ask, what order to ask them in and how to conduct a successful job interview with a prospective candidate.
employee retention, projects, challenges, testing employees, hiring, sourcing candidates
Hiring 12 October 2016
Have Confidence in your Recruits, Not Fear!
Gisel Malek
Rid Yourself of Fear As a recruiter, you should place less of a focus on fearing which candidates are going to leave and more of an emphasis on interacting with those who are willing to stay
job candidates, people looking for jobs, millennial job seekers, hiring, recruiting
Hiring 11 October 2016
3 Reasons Why More Candidates Means More Headaches!
Gisel Malek
Recruiters have more access to Candidates than ever before, but having all this access means finding qualified candidates is that much more difficult.
qualified candidates, sourcing, candidates, projects, challenges, testing employees, skillsets, hard skills, soft skills
Hiring 05 October 2016
Recruiting: How to Tie the (Professional) Knot
Gisel Malek
A good relationship shouldn't JUST be used to reference romance; it can be an effective illustration of a professional dynamic between individuals! Knowing how this dynamic works will not only help improve your hiring process, but can also help you find the perfect fit for your company!
test drive candidate, projects, challenges, hiring more qualified candidates
Hiring 01 October 2016
Go On! Take your Candidates for a Test Drive
Gisel Malek
We asked hundreds of students, what being prepared for an interview means to them and some of the mostly mentioned phrases were:
hiring qualified candidates, best hiring methods,
Hiring 23 September 2016
Top 3 Benefits of Evaluating your Employees Before Hiring
Hannah Son
How do you make sure a potential candidate has the skills they say they do? Evaluate them by testing them on the hard and soft skills that they will need on the job!
hiring qualified candidates, best hiring methods,
Hiring 10 May 2017
3 Features of Performance-Based Hiring That'll Blow Your Mind!
Gisel Malek
Huge companies like Google and Facebook are evaluating their candidates before bringing them on board. Learn how performance based hiring can benefit you!
company culture, employee retention, talent, growth, learning, employee relations,
Hiring 20 September 2016
5 Best Ways to Stay Competitive in Recruiting
Gisel Malek
What is your new job candidate’s expectation of the workplace? How can you stay competitive and gain the competitive edge? Well, we surveyed hundreds of candidates asking them what is important to them.
video conferencing, tools, soft skills, interactions, interviews,
Hiring 14 September 2016
Considering video interviews? What you need to know
Gisel Malek
Having the ability to use video interviews for recruiting means eliminating geographic challenges, increasing your candidate pool and fostering greater interaction between the candidate and recruiter.
interactions, interviews are ineffective, recruiting, company culture
Hiring 27 April 2017
Interactions: 1 Interviews: 0
Gisel Malek
We believe that job interviews should be relaxed and inviting. The goal of these meetings is to get to know the person that you want to bring into your sacred group of carefully selected people.
Ask the right questions
Hiring 17 April 2017
3 Helpful Tips to Reframe your Interview Questions
Gisel Malek
These tips will help you know better how to properly run an interview so you get what you want, without causing your candidates’ to fall short of their potential.
hiring with resumes, resumes aren't effective, relying on resumes, recruiting
Hiring 26 April 2017
Top 3 Ways You are Still Relying on Resumes
Gisel Malek
Many candidates believe that resumes are the best ticket inside any company worth working at, but are they the best answer? Check out all the ways recruiters are relying on Resumes and why change is needed.
recruiting, relying on resumes, resumes don't work, applicants
Hiring 18 November 2016
The Dated Résumé
Hannah Son
Résumés are old news! So, why are you still relying on one? More and more companies are agreeing that behavioral skills are paramount to the hiring process while technical skills are required to be shown before hire.
unqualified candidates, inefficient sourcing, investing into candidates, conversations instead of interviews
Hiring 20 September 2016
How To Show Your Candidates You're Invested
Gisel Malek
After asking nearly 300 students what their perception of what a recruiter does, the most common answer, in some form, was “help get a job.” There is a definite disconnect between what recruiters do and what students think they do.
interactions, interviews are ineffective, recruiting, company culture
Hiring 20 September 2016
5 Reasons Interactions Are Better Than Interviews
Gisel Malek
Competition for the best talent is very high, show your candidates from the very first impression that you are a company they want to be a part of!
how to attract more millennials, hiring more millennials,
Hiring 20 September 2016
Top 7 Ways To Attract Talent With Your Website
Gisel Malek
Millennials prefer to invest their time with a company that not only cares about them but also shares their same values. People don’t want to just go to work anymore, they want to have a sense of belonging to an organization.
interview questions, recruiters, interviewing candidates, gaining control of the interview
Hiring 03 December 2016
5 Ways to Help Recruiters Gain Control of the Interview
Gisel Malek
When you have finally selected that person to come in and interview for you, it’s important to make sure that you set in place a strong and consistent set of procedures
Evaluating candidates, ATS, Qualified Candidates
Hiring 25 April 2016
Why your Hiring Software Isn’t as great as you think
Gisel Malek
Here is a list of top reasons why the systems have helped take the “human” out of human resources:

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