April 19, 2019
CEO's, recruiters, organizational behavior, disconnect, HR, department goals, loyalty, millennials
Hiring 09 May 2017
4 Reasons CEOs need to be in the Recruiting Loop
Gisel Malek
The gap between recruiters and CEOs seems to be getting wider and wider. This is largely due to the fact that most HR departments are not communicating properly with their CEOs about their recruiting. When HR is looked to “staff” and not recruit their departments, they will end up with this:
Millennials, job seekers, generation Y, work culture,
Hiring 08 May 2017
Top 6 things Millennials Are Looking For in a Job
Gisel Malek
Finding qualified candidates has become more and more challenging. Employee retention is a priority for many as the average millennial stays with a company for 2 years. So, what are some factors to consider when competing for the best talent?
interns, hire interns, should I hire interns?, internships, summer interns
Hiring 04 May 2017
Hire Interns? Or Not to Hire Interns? That is the Question!
Dillon Chen
Oftentimes when you hear the word intern, it's usually followed by or near "free labor" or "assistant". Too often an internship which can be beneficial to both the employer but can end in a lack of satisfaction for both parties. So, to hire interns? or not to hire interns? That is the question we'll be exploring.
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.
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.
engineer projects, how to hire engineers
Hiring 25 April 2017
How Projects Will Help You Hire Your Engineers
Hannah Son
How do you make sure a potential engineering candidate has the skills they say they do? You do an evaluation of them by testing them on the hard and soft skills that they will need on the job
Candidate care, Coaching recruiters, Hiring Trends, Recruitment, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition
Hiring 20 April 2017
Why Recruiters Need to Focus on Quality Over Quantity
Hannah Son
Greg Savage explains to us why Recruiters Need to Focus on Quality Over Quantity and how to get a big advantage over your competition.
Ask the right questions
Hiring 17 April 2017
How 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.
recruiting, hiring, hiring candidate process
Hiring 14 April 2017
Hiring from the Candidate's P.O.V.
Hannah Son
The recruitment process has become increasingly impersonal for both candidates and recruiters and neither side is satisfied with their experience. The challenge?
who to hire? , can't decide who to hire
Hiring 16 March 2017
Can’t Decide Who to Hire?
Dillon Chen
Hiring someone into your company is a difficult process. There are so many things to consider and probably many applicants to sift through. The choice becomes even harder when you finally narrow it down to two outstanding candidates. How do you choose?
bad hire, employee from hell, how to avoid bad hires, red flags
Hiring 09 March 2017
How to Avoid Hiring the Employee from Hell
Crystal Huang
It is not easy starting a company, running one, or managing people. Don’t wait for the right time to put an organized structure in place. It is never too early and never too late. Once that organizational structure is in place, you will be a happier manager because you will manage happy and productive employees.
find the right candidate, hire
Hiring 14 February 2017
How to Find The Perfect Match Professionally
Alexis Ang
What if hiring was more like test driving cars or trying clothes on the fitting room. Only bringing home the one you love, that works for YOU? Instead of crossing your fingers and hoping you find the find the right person, you can set yourself up to find the perfect match every time. Creating pathways within your company will help set you up for success.
evaluation, hiring, recruiting
Hiring 06 February 2017
Reduce Turnover with Real-Time Candidate Evaluation
Kelly Nguyen
When hiring and evaluating candidates, it’s important to understand that turnover rates can be high and often costly for businesses. Businesses typically spend a lot of money on posting job advertisements, conducting interviews, training, and etc., so turnover can be seen as a big loss for the company.
hiring engineers, recruiting software engineers
Hiring 02 February 2017
Building a Dev Team? Here’s Who Should Get Involved and How to Succeed
Gisel Malek
What does it take to create a team of highly sought after engineers working for you in a cohesive environment? That may be a mouthful, but it’s not impossible. In fact; it is very much in reach. So, how many departments does it take to hire the perfect engineer? The answer is more than you might have originally thought.
diversity, hiring and recruiting, unbiased hiring,
Hiring 23 January 2017
HELP! I Can’t Reach Diverse Candidates.
Brittanei Cain
When your company is ready to make an honest commitment to diversity, you need to put yourself in the shoes of diverse candidates.
CHRO, recruiting, evaluating candidates
Hiring 23 January 2017
Why Management and Recruiters need to be on the same page
Gisel Malek
The interview process for many recruiters can take several months just to get to a point where an offer letter might get extended to a candidate. Between phone screenings, video interviews, in person interviews, group interviews, and so on, it can easily take several weeks to complete.
linnkedin, hiring, top linkedin articles
Hiring 18 January 2017
6 Companies on LinkedIn that are Changing the Hiring Game
Gisel Malek
It’s 2017 and that mans you want to get the right people on board! Luckily, there’re lots of different sources out there that can help you achieve your goals. We have compiled a list of the top companies to follow on LinkedIn that are changing the hiring game. Check it out...
generations, millennials, job seekers, recruiting
Hiring 12 January 2017
Five Gen Z Traits that Will Add Value to Your Organization
Gisel Malek
Gen Z is more than what year you were born in, it’s a mindset and lifestyle that naturally comes with character traits that will add value to any organization. Here are 5 reasons why:
young professionals, college students, Gen Z in the workforce, New Hires, what to expect, recruitment
Hiring 10 January 2017
Gen Z is Taking over the Workforce: 5 Things to Expect
Clare Barkey
Look straight ahead and you’ll see Gen Z- they are the new generation ready to jump into the work world! Read on to find out what you can expect from them.
students, Gen Z, iGen,  eager to learn, open minded, culture fit, brand loyalty,
Hiring 13 December 2016
5 Reasons why Students Might Be Your Best Hire Yet!
Gisel Malek
Don’t shy away from hiring students! 65 percent of students are looking to gain experience in the workforce while still in school, whether it be a part time internship or a full time job.
soft skills, behavioral skills
Hiring 09 December 2016
Why You Should Hire for Attitude, Not Skill
Rowena Morais
The costs of a bad hire go far beyond finances. Considering attitude when hiring someone will ensure that you make the right recruiting decisions!
digital profiles, coding, seo, soft skills, hard skills, benefits of creating a digital profile,
Hiring 06 December 2016
3 Important Things Digital Profiles Provide that Resumes Can’t
Gisel Malek
Resumes have been around for what seems like forever, and while they are not going away in the immediate future, Digital Profiles are quickly becoming the leading method for hiring.
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
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.
talent acquisition
Hiring 07 November 2016
Top 10 Ways Recruiting Has Changed from Talent Acquisition to Destroyer
Tracy Tedesco
Recruiters used to be more like Matchmakers. They got excited when meeting a good candidate and finding the best job for them. They’d go the extra mile to find the magical match.

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