Recruitment Design

An HCI Topic

Attracting and selecting the right candidates for your organization requires a top recruiting strategy and a little technological finesse. Learn strategies to help forecast your recruiting needs, build your candidate pipeline, and select the applicants who will be a match for your organizational culture. Develop a proactive talent acquisition strategy so your company can hire top quality candidates.

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Blog

What Happens to HR When Video Interviewing Goes Mainstream?

Blog | Author: Michele Ellner | Source: HCI | Published: October 10, 2014

Over the past few years many have prematurely stated that video interviewing was already mainstream technology within talent acquisition. But with the widespread assumption that Skyping with someone constituted “video interviewing,” we were unwilling to agree. Our own research backed us up. Until now. Now we have supporting data for that mainstream scenario that we are ready to share.  

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Blog

RPO Change Management: What to Expect in the First 120 Days

Blog | Author: Emily Gordon | Source: HCI | Published: October 7, 2014

It’s a fact that no recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) transition is perfect, yet people assume theirs will be. I’ve managed RPO transitions with many clients, and while change is always challenging, it helps to know that there is a predictable pattern to it — a normalcy to the pain you will feel. Part of my work at Seven Step RPO is to hold a full day “change management” meeting with new clients. We have found that nothing beats taking the time to be informed and educated about what to expect as we work toward a mutual goal of aligning a team that hires great talent. 

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Webcast

Generation Z: Understanding The Next Generation of Worker

Webcast | Presented By: Dan Schawbel | Webcast Aired: October 1, 2014
Although this webcast is unavailabe for on demand viewing - you are still able to download the slides. Click here to download the slides for this presentation Gen Z represents 23 million Americans born between 1994 and 2010. Having grown up ... Read more