“RecOps” is the practice of recruiting optimization. Read More
It works in a similar way that “Continuous Improvement” does in Manufacturing or “Agile Development” does in software.
These practices serve to enable positive outcomes like fewer defects on a production line or faster software deployment, for example.
Design thinking is a process that takes time and effort to do correctly. While most recruiting teams are familiar with brainstorming sessions, they often miss the user-centric, research-based work that makes the design thinking process so effective. Read More
A low unemployment rate doesn't mean that there is a one-for-one ratio of talent to jobs. In the US labor market, the reality is that there are tens of thousands of jobs that remain unfilled because there aren't enough qualified workers. Read More
I've always had a problem with recruiting metrics because I think they're flawed.
Everyone measures "Time To Fill", "Cost Per Hire", "Quality of Hire", etc.
But what are you really measuring these metrics against? What is the baseline for your specific company in each of these categories? Read More
Pay equality is a sensitive subject. This is mostly due to a world full of bad actors who have consistently underpaid women and minorities.
But, in some cases, pay INEQUALITY makes a lot of sense. Read More
I think recruiting leaders should stop trying to get invited to the table. And stop whining about not being there. Read More
In the very near future, recruiters will be technologists who manage software, not requisitions. Read More