Candidate Experience

Elements of a Good Career Site; Ideas to Improve Your Own Career Page

Looking for ways to improve your career site? Follow these tips to improve your ability to attract and connect with potential candidates.

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Elements of a Good Job Description; Steps to Follow

Want to build up a good job description? Follow these tips to improve your ability to reach and attract more of the right people to your company.

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Join the 2018 TalentSum Talent Acquisition Landscape Study

In our 2018 Talent Acquisition Landscape Study, we’re doing a deep-dive into what it takes for companies to become great at attracting, engaging and hiring people.

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Why I Look For Candidates With High Emotional Quotient

When I have to choose, I will almost always go with the candidate with a high Emotional Quotient (EQ) over ones with high IQ. Don’t get me wrong, I’m always on the lookout for smart people. It’s just that my experience has taught me to value other attributes more.
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Video – Talent is Overrated

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Video – Daniel Pink on Motivation

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7 Ways Recruiters Can Attract More Good Candidates

Ever notice, that when we make something easy, we can usually get more people to take action? But when we make that same thing harder, we get less people to take the same action. Call it human nature. Or common sense. Or plain old laziness.Read More

8 Cartoons on How Bad Employer Interviews Scare Good Candidates Away

Are you interviewing candidates only to see them walk out the door and never return? Let’s stop this madness. Below are eight examples of bad employer interviews and eight tips to make it all better.
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How to Attract More Candidates Into Your Company

Employer cacophony is making it harder to break through and attract more candidates that you really want to hire into your organization.

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How to Improve Candidate Engagement at Your Company

Imagine, for a moment, a neighbor on the hill sent out an invitation across the land for a party he was throwing the next day. Thousands of people were talking about it in the streets. Suits were being pressed, shoes were being polished, and hair and nails were being done. And everyone went to bed that night excited about the party.

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