It’s hard to believe but we’ve been hearing a lot about “Candidate Care” lately, as if it were a brand new trend. The employer brand and the candidate experience are more than important for a brand, and every company should spend time and resources improving them. But look at the numbers we found… there is […]
The employee experience is one of 2018’s leading HR buzzwords, and the candidate experience isn’t far behind. Why is that? Companies are finding that providing their people with positive, meaningful experiences is both a good thing to do and good for the bottom line. When it comes to recruiting, candidate experience can be the key […]
How Can You Keep Recruiting Customers Happy? If you’re an independent recruiter or a recruiting agency keeping your customers happy is key to your ability to survive and then thrive. We’ve previously discussed how setting the right expectations can make a big difference, but there’s of course more to it than that. Here are three simple […]
Despite the fact that the internet has become so integral to sourcing and recruiting, the telephone remains an indispensable tool – particularly when first contacting a candidate. Social media and digital tools – including Hello Talent of course 😉 – are powerful assets, but a phone call allows you to connect with candidates on a […]
This is the third and final part of a series of blog posts. To read Part 1 and learn how to write better job descriptions click here. To read Part 2 and learn how to send personalized emails click here. Interviews often serve as one of the final steps in the recruiting process. After screening […]
This is the second part of a series about how to better understand your candidates. Missed part 1? Read it here. We are all familiar with the plague surging across the internet that is recruiter spam. In their hunt to get to hard-to-find talent some recruiters are becoming lazy and blasting cut and paste messages […]
We all know that deciding which person to hire is vastly different from selecting which hammer to buy, but why don’t our job descriptions reflect that?