Recruitment Design

Blog

Gaining More Predictive Data from References

Blog | Author: Daniel Fogel | Source: HCI | Published: 1 day ago

Why don’t we start by acknowledging the big elephant in the room?  It’s reference-checking.  A lot of companies don’t bother with reference-checks on their candidates, or they think they’re doing them well already.  The feeling persists that the reference-check only confirms information the hiring manager or recruiter can see on the resume, and that there’s also a fear of legal risk. 
 
That’s a shame, because when reference-checks are executed well, they are absolutely vital for your hiring decisions.  

Read more
Blog

Do You Have a Reliable Quality of Hire Metric?

Blog | Author: Jill Kocian - Director, Solutions Architecture and Enhanced Services at KellyOCG | Source: HCI | Published: August 22, 2014

A question I’m often asked by clients is centered on how they can quantifiably measure the quality of their new hires. But how exactly do you extract a reliable ‘hard’ measurement from relatively ‘soft’ data? Ask the right questions, and ask often, might be a good way to start.

Read more
Podcast

HCIPodcast: Millennials Engaged

Podcast | Published: 2 days ago
What is a digital experience?  How can you create one, and why are they important?  Steve Fogarty, Senior Manager of Employer Branding and Digital Recruiting at the Adidas Group, joins HCI for a podcast sharing how Adidas attracts and ... Read more
White Paper

Developing Your Mobile Recruiting Strategy

White Paper | Source: Work4 | Published: August 22, 2014
Mobile is taking over the world. By the end of 2015, there will be more than 2 billion smartphone and tablet users worldwide. For the first time ever, more users will be accessing the Internet wirelessly from their mobile devices than ... Read more
Blog

Five Basic Questions Most Recruiters Can’t Answer

Blog | Author: Kimberley Kasper | Source: HCI | Published: August 19, 2014

Many articles are often quick to point fingers at bad habits and warn recruiters about what not to do when they’re looking to hire top talent. Don’t get me wrong—this can be valuable advice. But sometimes you just need down-to-earth guidance on how to improve your game. After all, major league athletes don’t learn to dominate simply by avoiding mistakes. They need practical coaching on the everyday things.

Read more
Syndicate content