Join Daniel Chait, CEO of Greenhouse Software and Josh Anderson, Director of People Operations at Ibotta as they discuss best practices for building a Structured Recruiting process. Get tips and insights on sourcing strategies, interview planning and making quicker, smarter decisions about candidates.
- Building a referral culture to create an inbound channel of high quality candidates
- How-to collaborate with hiring managers to build scalable interview plans/process
- Creating a framework for collecting consistent feedback and reporting on recruiting performance
Hard-working, innovative employees are the key to any successful business enterprise. But finding the best candidates can be difficult. When properly implemented, employee referral programs can be a useful, cost-effective method for ...
The talent acquisition field hears a lot about passive talent now. A quick Google search on “passive candidates” returns more than 1,790,000 hits. There is no shortage of experts and firms offering advice on how to best search for, engage and hire these elusive candidates.
What is the best way to move forward? Jessica Miller-Merrell offered some great advice in a recent post. She broke down the task into three distinct sources: references, employee referrals and the firm’s current database. Using the references of candidates applying for open positions is an often talked about source of qualified candidates that may not be actively seeking new positions...
Article | Author: Lou Adler | Source: ERE Media Inc.
| Published:August 1, 2007
If you want to hire more top-performing passive candidates, check out a new book called "Blink," by Malcolm Gladwell. While it has nothing to do with hiring or management or recruiting, reading it will make you a better recruiter, since it has ...