The HR SOURCE has created a YouTube channel! This channel will be dedicated to broadcasting our monthly live chats on a variety of HR issues and other special events and is called “The HR SOURCE Live.”
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Next week is the annual SHRM Conference in New Orleans and we are here to preview it with the people who know the ins and outs of the SHRM Conference: Ryan Namata.
For more information about the SHRM17 Conference, go to http://annual.shrm.org.
Our next The HR SOURCE Live chat will be with Suzie Grieco, President of SG2 Recruiting. Suzie will be discussing the trends of recruiting and talent acquisition today.
About Suzie Grieco:
Suzie transitioned from a career in sales and marketing for a national media organization to become a top recruiter for a local technology staffing agency supporting commercial organizations in the financial and telecommunication industries as well as government agencies. After nearly five years of learning about and truly loving the recruiting discipline, which she considered to be the intersection of Marketing and Human Capital, she researched executive search and corporate recruiting firms to identify a new challenge. Click here to read more.
While we all have a different idea of who the “best” candidate for our positions is, the path to locating him or her is remarkably similar across all industries. If your recruiting efforts have left you feeling like you’re in search of a unicorn, make use of these tips to ease your search.
For some, this is a very tricky task. There’s often the temptation to overload a description with wants, rather than needs, or to leave it too vague, in the hopes that more people will respond. Click here to read more.
As HR professionals, we’re always looking for the right candidates and keeping tabs on who might be a good fit for upcoming positions. This simple technique makes recruiting much easier, but there are lots more ways to use networking to help you stay ahead of the hiring game. Here’s a quick look at four things you should be doing now.
We’re all on social media by now- so much that companies like Facebook have changed up algorithms and people only see a fraction of activity on their walls. Click here to read more.
Over the past year or so, there has been some heavy debate over how sourcing and recruiting are different (if indeed they are), and which specialists can perform which tasks. It has gotten to the point where even HR specialists are duking it out in social media over who does what. While each side has attempted to explain what the key differences are, nobody has done so in a straightforward manner that most can understand yet. Here’s what you need to know before you hire.
Traditionally, the role of recruiter has been multifaceted. Click here to read more.
We’ve been talking a lot about workplace diversity lately and exploring why it’s important as well as how to create an inclusive environment. It’s something we’re very passionate about and have seen the benefits of diverse environments time and time again. If you haven’t seen our previous blogs, be sure to check them out. This time around, we’re focusing on showing you a bit about how to create your own diversity toolkit, so your company gets the edge it needs. Click here to read more.
April 29 marks President Trump’s 100th day in office, and the media has not been shy to scrutinize his time, as well as his output. Moreover, just as we review our employees after a certain amount of time on the job, Trump is getting his first job review, too.
According to a recent poll, almost three-fourths of the population isn’t thrilled with Trump’s progress so far. A total of 45% of people think he’s done a “poor” job, while about 19% say “fair. Click here to read more.
In the business world, we want the best of the best on our teams. No matter what niche or industry you serve, the goal is always to find the brightest, most-educated, well-rounded individual you can who fits within your hiring budget. If you’ve read our prior blogs or have a strong background in HR, you may try to cultivate a diverse team as well. Perhaps you change up your hiring strategy or make sure you’re pulling new employees from different demographic backgrounds whenever possible. This is what HR professionals do, like clockwork. Click here to read more.