Recruiter Burnout and What To Do About It

If you work in recruiting, you may have seen this article about recruiter burnout floating around in December. It was the end of the year and recruiters were feeling the strain. For some, the strain was more than just your standard stressful day. It was leading to complete and total burnout. What Is Recruiter Burnout? Burnout is "a state of physical or emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of...

How to Start the Conversation About Diversity & Inclusion

No matter how much the industry focuses on diversity and inclusion, some people still get uncomfortable talking about it. Some people feel as if their thoughts and experiences don't belong in the conversation, some people don't want to say the wrong thing, and some just don't know where to start. If you're in the position to open the conversation about diversity and inclusion needs on your team or for a...

How Diversity Enhances a Team

We hear it all the time: Diversity makes a workplace better. But how does it enhance a team and a workplace? What do teams need to do to foster it? How does inclusion work its way in? First and foremost, diversity must be defined. When we worked with a team of experts, they defined it for us. Diversity means difference. Difference is relational in nature, it exists between people not...

Work Resolutions: How to Set Them and How to Keep Them

The new year is here and with it comes the promise of new resolutions and goals! When you're setting resolutions at work, it's all about being honest with yourself and what you're capable of. Setting resolutions that you can't stick to will simply result in feeling like you are incapable of being successful and that's just not true! We've got some suggestions for how to set the best work resolutions...

Level One: To Certify or Not to Certify

On nearly every job posting out there, there is a list of "requirements" and a list of "preferred" skills. If you are going into Human Resources or Talent Acquisition, you may notice more and more that professional certifications are slowly moving from the preferred list to the required list. If you're looking to get a job in the industry or you're just starting out and are wondering how to advance,...

The HireCast: What We Saw in 2019 and What We Might See in 2020

It’s that time of the year where we talk about how fast the year went and pretend to know what’s going to happen in 2020! (SPOILER: We don’t actually know, but it’s never a bad thing to think about it.) https://youtu.be/OaE8r__AG-I Links we mention this episode:Diversity Recruiting with Jackye ClaytonGlassdoor Survey about 2020 Trends Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheHirecast Check us out on YouTube if you want to see our...

The Perfect Holiday Gifts for Recruiters

The holiday gift-giving season is here and if you have a recruiter on your list, we've got the perfect gifts for them! More Hours in the Day Don't ask us how you're supposed to do it. Recruiters need more time so if you have some ability to provide it...do that. A Tech Stack That Actually Helps Technology is great. Who doesn't love being able to scroll through their smartphone absentmindedly...

The HireCast: A Conversation with James Ellis

James Ellis is here! We’ve got Q’s for him and he’s got A’s for us. Follow The HireCast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheHirecastCheck us out on YouTube if you want to see our faces: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVe1xkP5sl6vyk1BPgQR0BQ https://youtu.be/LAu2HI35cN4 Love James and want more from him? http://jamesellis.us http://thetalentcast.com Twitter

HiringSolved Solutions: Saving Time

If there's one thing that we see everyone in the TA industry agree on it's this: There aren't enough hours in the day. It's no surprise that recruiting teams are feeling overwhelmed with a seemingly endless amount of open positions, hundreds of thousands of candidates in their ATS, and, technically, 8-9 hours in the day to do it all. We created HiringSolved with exactly these problems in mind. As recruiters...

Level One: Sourcing or Recruiting?

Fairly regularly, we see sourcers and recruiters getting used interchangeably. In some companies, there's no way around this because the team is small and the staff has to pull double duty, but let's make clear the differences between the two, how they overlap, and how you can decide which route is best for you. Let's start with the actual definitions: Sourcing is the act of finding passive (and sometimes active,...

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