Recruiting Best Practices
The Benefits of Recruiting Automation: Executive Edition
The efficiency recruiting automation offers isn’t a business case in itself. Talent leaders need to translate that into what their C-levels care about: increased revenue, productivity, and more. Our latest asset helps you make the case.
Remote Recruiting: How to Creatively Close Candidates in 2021
Recently, we invited three recruiting leaders from Roblox, Lattice, and Gem to share how they have reconfigured their hiring processes and closing practices in light of the shift to remote interviewing. Here are some highlights.
The Top 5 Talent Acquisition Conferences You Can (and Should!) Still Catch in 2021
As we start moving “back into the world," the TA industry is providing as many opportunities for development, growth, and connection in person as it is online. We’ve rounded up the top 5 talent acquisition conferences for H2 of this year.
Tackling the Top 3 Challenges in Enterprise TA
This week, we published a 3-part ebook series to help enterprise talent acquisition teams maintain their competitive advantage by meeting their biggest challenges head-on. Here’s what’s inside:
Why You Should Conduct a Values Interview... and What One Looks Like
Your values serve as the cornerstones for your organization. Here’s how to conduct a values interview to bring the right people into your company.
The Role Talent Acquisition Plays in Employer Branding
When talent leaders ranked employer branding as their #3 top initiative for this year, it was because they were fully aware of how deeply talent acquisition can impact that brand. Here's how.
The Importance of Structured Interviews
Structured interviews lead to a more equitable hiring process and more qualified hires. Here's what they are, along with the details of why they should be a part of your hiring process.
Creative Closing at Gem in 2021
We wanted to share some of the things we’re doing at Gem to close candidates in a virtual world of Zoom fatigue, in which culture is more difficult to observe (no matter how strong it is), and offers are no longer made in person.