Performance Tracking of New Hires: The No. 1 Recruitment Metric Employers Track When Assessing a New Hire’s Effectiveness After completing multiple rounds of interviews and presenting a job offer to a promising candidate, the work has in many ways just begun. Now that the new employee is starting at your organization, it’s crucial that you … Continue reading “Performance Tracking of New Hires”

How You Can Use Data To Help Your Change Strategy Succeed Before putting together any plan for organizational change, it’s crucial that you collect data from employees and other key stakeholders. Why? This information can ensure you achieve your organizational goals. Notably, the success rate of positive transformation at businesses is low, according to the … Continue reading “Change Strategy: How You Can Use Data To Help Your Change Strategy Succeed”

Most people don’t get much practice in the art of interviewing and when the time comes to interview they find themselves unprepared to do so.  A person could have the perfect skill set for a given role but if they are unable to impress in the interview process, chances are they won’t get to the … Continue reading “Preparation is a Hidden Process”

It’s 2017. We are nearly a decade removed from the great recession. The unemployment rate is effectively close to 0%. Yet, I keep talking to qualified individuals who have trouble finding a position. Why? Why does it seem more difficult to find a position now than at much worse times in the recent past of … Continue reading “Job Seeking in a Connected World”

Life as a Recruiter By: Jennifer Brenner As a recruiter we come across many different outlooks depending on what path we decide to take. Each day brings about new challenges and each night leaves us wanting more. Whether that is related to a candidate we spoke with or a client we’re hoping to work with. … Continue reading “Life as a Recruiter”

Over the past 15 years, I’ve recruited in a variety of industries and at all levels of organizations. When I was working mainly staff and sales positions, I always desired to recruit at the Management and Director level. Once I consistently began recruiting at the Director level, I would get excited to get a staff … Continue reading “The Difference Between Recruiting a Staff Worker and a Director”

Sure, I spent 4 years at a top consulting firm in the country.  Sure, it provided useful experience.  However, no training could prepare me for how challenging this job has been. First things first, making a placement isn’t easy.  Recruiting is one of the only professions where you could do everything right and still be … Continue reading “Year 1: The Diary of a First Year Recruiter”