Recruiter Games: a Procurious Post

Photo of character Effie Trinket from The Hunger Games movie If you have ever played a game with a small child, you know it can be frustrating because they seem to change the rules halfway through. My daughter is always making up new cards for Uno [she wanted to create a card that made us switch hands …

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A Radical Idea for Recruiting Post-Covid

Recently, Maggie applied for her first job: working at the Boys & Girls Club. I'm proud of her, wanting to stay active in the club and help out. She filled out a traditional application, one that requested work history and references. For a job that is to gain work experience. For high school kids who …

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One Thing You Should Change in Your Recruitment Process today.

The past few months have caused a lot of companies to adjust processes and figure out how to do things differently to keep staff safe and physically distant from one another. But how has this affected talent acquisition? Yes, we are likely seeing more video interviews than in person, but video pre-screens have been on the rise …

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Are You Asking the Right Questions

It seems like everyone wants content related to COVID-19 and that is definitely not my forte. Talent acquisition, for the most part, continues forward, but there will be changes. When I was talking with Vadim, I realized I have more questions than answers. But as each organizations is different, how you answer the questions is …

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