September 2017 Blog Posts (107)

Why did we build HR Chatbots?

It’s a Monday morning. You enter the office hastily, grab a quick cup of coffee and then rush to your seat, contemplating on the huge stack of work that…


Added by Bangabdi Roy Chowdhury on September 26, 2017 at 6:59am — 1 Comment

5 Signs of Employee Disengagement and What To Do About It

Disengaged workers can drag your company down if you don't take the time to identify them and apply the necessary solutions.

Employees who are not fulfilled in their jobs can cost a corporation a lot of money, resulting from low productivity. Employee disengagement is a familiar problem for many organizations as a 2014 Gallup…


Added by Barret Selby on September 26, 2017 at 5:56am — 1 Comment

Recruiters, why aren’t you using social media to build your employer brand of choice?

Social is used incorrectly by many businesses and recruiters.

Social is exactly that – a social platform where potential customers are interacting with friends, family and articles that are of interest to them. When you are posting social messages you are interrupting them so you need to be mindful of the context of your content and when it is being consumed…


Added by Tanya Williams on September 26, 2017 at 1:38am — 5 Comments

5 Most Dangerous Career Choices

While few people think of any career as being dangerous, the truth is, some careers carry a level of danger. In this article, we will discuss five of the most dangerous careers that someone could choose.

Police Officer

It is true that we have great respect and gratitude for our police officers! The reality is, that…


Added by Rachael Murphey on September 25, 2017 at 5:15pm — 1 Comment

Keeping Employee Attrition Rates Low in a Tight Market

As of 2016, tech industry turnover rate was 560,250 professionals per month, reaching a ten year high in the United States. With no sign attrition will naturally decrease, organizations are compelled to consider hiring and retention strategies that…


Added by TransTech Staffing on September 25, 2017 at 1:59pm — 1 Comment

Hacking the Lack of Features in Recruiter

Do you use LinkedIn Recruiter? Read on.

Given the UI design for advanced people search dialog in LinkedIn Recruiter (that I would call user-unfriendly), there couldn't possibly be a clean resolution for the vague "companies or boolean" field:

Indeed, if there is one word entered, which is a company name (like Apple), will it be looking for employees of that particular company (Apple) or for people from all the companies with this…


Added by Irina Shamaeva on September 25, 2017 at 11:53am — No Comments

TLS Continuum Part 82: Is Human Capital Management Dead?

As I listen to the Internet scuttlebutt I have cause to stop and consider whether the HR profession, as we know it , is thriving or either dying or has already died. I have a fellow consultant who told me that the reason why I am not getting the interest in some of my programs is because the majority of HR people are ignorant. Others tell me that we, as a profession, have no fathom how to respond to the demands and needs of the C-Suite. So, what is the dilemma here?

To answer that…


Added by Daniel T. Bloom on September 25, 2017 at 10:03am — 1 Comment

How to Get More Work Done in Less Time

Time - it’s the ultimate driver in all of our working lives. Whether you have to be somewhere on time or do something that takes time, there never seems to be enough of it to get everything done. And while we have given some tips on timeliness in the past,…


Added by Robert Hoeft on September 25, 2017 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Advantages of Digital Hiring

With the advancement in technology, the major role of recruitment is shifting from an administrative one to that of a more strategic one. Through recent studies reveal that more and more job-seekers are now using social media channels and devices for job searches, hence it is now important for companies to digitise every aspect of their recruitment strategy in order to keep up with the new trends and to attract top talent. For a digitising recruitment and empowering company there are…


Added by Chamanpreet Singh on September 25, 2017 at 5:28am — 1 Comment

What If Retail Is Your Specialty?

It’s not like nobody saw this coming.  Bankruptcy this year for Toys R Us, Gander Mountain, Radio Shack, The Limited, HH Gregg and many others.  For years we’ve all known that retail was changing in a big way and that the change was going to be permanent.  If retail is or was your specialty then you should have made an adjustment a long time ago.  New specialty or a change in strategy within that specialty.

If retail is your career, same thing.  The time to adjust was a while back. …


Added by Todd Kmiec on September 24, 2017 at 1:25pm — 1 Comment

Top 5 Recruiting Jobs in 2017 Every Student Should Consider Studying

It is important to learn about employment opportunities, and career predictions in the field one is interested to pursue in a higher education at an institution of one choice. One should understand the areas that have many job openings across the world. Also, one should choose a career that handsomely pays for skills,…


Added by Garrett Penn on September 23, 2017 at 1:23pm — 2 Comments

Metric Deception

Everybody wants to know what the metrics say.  I’m a big fan of big data.  Metrics can play a big part in strategic decisions, but when the rubber meets the road you’re going to use that strategic decision to go accomplish something.

Recruiting strategy involves metrics.  Recruiting is about the part where the rubber meets the road.  What you’re building.

Todd Kmiec…


Added by Todd Kmiec on September 23, 2017 at 9:31am — 1 Comment

Recruiting for Sales and Marketing Jobs-Kind of Companies & Job roles explained

Recruiting is fun and exciting but every new position that we recruit for, comes with some new challenges, some new terminologies and some unknown or partially known job description phrases. Recruiting looks interesting if we are able to understand a requirement well but it becomes more exciting if we are able to understand it better than others do. On the other hand, it looks very complicated and problematic in case we are unable to understand…


Added by Mukul Gupta on September 23, 2017 at 4:04am — 5 Comments

One Step At A Time

One step at a time doesn’t necessarily mean one candidate at a time.  A step can be building a team or a part of a team.

The key is to focus on the business, not a particular hire.  What are you trying to accomplish?  What you are you trying to build?  Work from that perspective and the steps will become clear.  They’ll involve hires.  Maybe one.  Maybe many.

Todd Kmiec…


Added by Todd Kmiec on September 22, 2017 at 10:16am — 1 Comment

5 Tips for recruiting best employees

Building a strong team is high-on-the-priority list for almost all the companies, whether it is a small, medium or a…


Added by Pallavi Chawla on September 22, 2017 at 1:39am — 1 Comment

The One That Got Away...

….is a myth.  It’s not the one that got away.  It’s the one that wasn’t a fit, even if you thought it was a fit.  Recruiting is about the one that you are searching for and trying to attract.  When the one in your sites gets away, it’s not the one you are searching for any more.

Don’t waste time on the one that got away.  You need to be focused on the one you are searching for.

Todd Kmiec…


Added by Todd Kmiec on September 21, 2017 at 10:37am — No Comments

Medical Billing: How to Hire - and Keep - the Best Biller

It can be costly to hire a billing and coding specialist, train that person for your business and lose them. You should be hiring the right employee before training them and avoid losing them completely. It's worth spending the time and money to hire a…


Added by Devin Caldwell on September 20, 2017 at 8:19pm — No Comments

Moving On

Netflix built a culture over the years based on the idea that they are not a family, but more of a team.  Like a professional sports team.  The basics are, we are focused solely on results.

You can take time off when you want or work when you want, but you have to produce.  If you produce, great.  If you don’t, we don’t need you.  You could be great at what you do, but if it doesn’t produce what the team needs then we have to move on.  So you’re not really fired.  It’s more like…


Added by Todd Kmiec on September 20, 2017 at 1:28pm — 1 Comment

How can we get more women into engineering roles?

When many of us think up images of engineers it is men in hard hats that will pop into our heads, images on search engines flood our screens with these exact images, there is a gender stereotype attached to what it is to be an engineer and this is a stereotype that has been built throughout the history of engineering. There are no requirements that state you…


Added by Charlotte Barrington on September 20, 2017 at 7:33am — 1 Comment

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