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Qualified Doesn’t Always Mean Interested

By |September 18th, 2018

By David Rose
When participating in an interview process, following directions and completing procedural tasks (e.g. applications, assessments, background verification forms) in a timely manner demonstrate general competence, a commitment to the process, and a validation of interest. While arduous, these hurdles are designed by the company to refine a focus on candidates who are […]

Hiring Technology Lacks Soul

By |April 23rd, 2017

Traditional recruiting has been about filling the funnel. Find the candidate pool. Fish the pond. Applicant to hire ratios, cost per hire, assessments, job postings, and diversity advisory groups each provide great fodder for analysis. Truly, they do. They are tools and resources used to decipher an age-old quest, “How do you find right […]

Why Job Postings Aren’t the Way to Find the Best Job for You

By |April 20th, 2017

Been there. Waiting. Always waiting. Waiting for a small sign of interest. Hoping for someone to call, email, or text.

Application complete. Assessment complete. Still waiting.

Sound familiar?  When you are a candidate, you have access to all sorts of sites. Sites that promise unique jobs, and a direct line to the employer. From Indeed to […]