Impatient Millennials and How to Recruit Them

How many times has this happened to you? You receive a promising application for one of your open positions from a mid-20s recent graduate entering their first job, hungry for knowledge and impact. However promising this candidate may be, you…

Hiring for 2020: When, how and what?

As we approach the new decade, we can look back at the past and see how far we have come. Humankind has changed the world: a lot has changed in the past 20, 10, even 5 years. The same goes…

Change management for the hiring process

The workplace is changing. We are all familiar with the daily headlines toting how millennials and technological advances are shaking up the workplace. The workforce is also changing and the hiring process with it. How can your organization keep up…

Why hire for potential over experience?

Traditionally any recruitment process begins with a job listing and a call for resumes. Candidates are screened and invited for an interview in which they tell the interviewer about their past accomplishments. The recruiter then makes predictions of which potential…

How to attract the next generation of employees

On this blog, we have often discussed the problems recruiters face when attracting the next generation of employees. This problem becomes more and more relevant as the current workforce ages. According to Park Communications, by 2020 millennials will make up…

International hires to support company growth

Diversity has been a growing trend in the workforce and a theme discussed many times already on this blog. Big companies like Google, Facebook and Apply all have board members exclusively tasked with diversifying the company’s workforce. What do these…