In more than 15 years of recruiting, I have seen easily over 1,000 job offers go past my desk to our candidates, not to mention the counter- job offers and candidates backing out of the hiring process early because they got “an offer [they] can’t refuse”. As disappointing as it is to get a stellar… Continue reading 3 Reasons a Job Offer is ‘Too Good to Refuse’
A rigorous, thought out hiring plan keeps people on the same page, and helps eliminate unconscious bias and group-think from the hiring decision.
🏝 🌞 Subtle reminder that paid time off season is here! But it will SUNBURN your hiring plans unless you prep a little now: 🥵 If you’re reading this, the biggest culprit to hiring bottlenecks is probably YOU. Here’s 4 ways to cut the cord. (you can thank me later) We all subconsciously (or, consciously)… Continue reading Keep Summer Hiring Sizzling with these 4 Smart Tips
Zillow laid off 25% of it’s workforce in the middle of a housing boom. What went wrong? How can this apply to your automation business?
Getting realtime feedback is hard. Getting actionable insights seems harder. We’re not sure we’ve cracked the code, but we’re trying to by encouraging candidates and clients to give us real, unfiltered feedback that we publish online. 😬 Yeah. Our system waits a randomly determined amount of time to post these reviews to aid in keeping… Continue reading Our Reviews Model
Sponsor RizeNext, TechMoms & Latinas In Tech Utah UtahJobsList and ConnectedWell Talent Advisors are excited to sponsor and promote RizeNext, TechMoms and Latinas in Tech Utah! ConnectedWell Talent Advisors is a local. minority-owned diverse recruitment agency founded on the core belief that everyone deserves meaningful, and high-paying work especially people who are underrepresented in the marketplace. ConnectedWell launched UtahJobsList.com as a… Continue reading ConnectedWell and Utah Jobs List
Utah Jobs List is an ‘Open Source’ way to help connect Utah jobseekers with hiring teams & recruiters after many local layoffs. Join at UtahJobsList.com
Whenever I have seen a runaway brotastic-hiring-trainwreck in progress, there is usually one, often quiet person on the panel who sees this coming and attempts (vocally at first, and less frequently over time) to call it out to the group. They need a safe place to share this information.