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Talent Strategy News: A Strategic Plan Without A Talent Strategy Isn’t A Plan

A Strategic Plan Without a Talent Strategy Isn’t a Plan

“So what happens if I create strategy and ‘ignore’ the talent side since we have never paired the two together?” As a senior faculty member for the Human Capital Institute, I was leading a two-day strategic workforce planning session recently in Singapore when that question was posed to me.

Recruitment Advice: The Hidden Talent Pool That Companies Are Missing

Grads of LifeVoice: The Hidden Talent Pool That Companies Are Missing

I just celebrated my tenth year at Google, and for a decade, I have had my dream job. I’m on the team that launched Google Apps for Education into higher education and K12. I’m on the team that launched Chromebooks into education.

 

Employer Branding News: Australia: Is this the worst recruitment ad ever?

Australia: Is this the worst recruitment ad ever? – BBC News

A recruitment video featuring stilted performances from real government employees has been widely panned as awkward and cringe-worthy in Australia. The Game Changers ad is aimed at enticing young people to apply for the finance department’s graduate scheme. In one of the more mocked lines a woman says: “Hey guys, I’m just heading downstairs for my paleo pear and banana bread.

 

Recruitment Advice: 5 questions you should ask in every job interview

5 questions you should ask in every job interview

This post from CEO and founder of Raad Ahmed, LawTrades, a legal company that helps people read and negotiate employee contracts, originally appeared onQuora as an answer to the question, “What questions should a job candidate ask the interviewer?” There are obvious benefits related to being a strong listener during a job interview.

 

Employer Branding Advice: How To Achieve List Bliss (When Building Thriving Talent Communities)

How to Achieve List Bliss (When Building Thriving Talent Communities)

If you read my recent ERE article on how to use a squeeze page to grow discipline specific talent communities, you may be wondering … now what?

 

Employer Brand News: Fortune 500 Graded “C” in Recruitment Marketing

Fortune 500 Graded “C” in Recruitment Marketing

One-third of the Fortune 500 scored an “A” or “B” on their recruitment marketing efforts. Recruitment marketing platform developer SmashFly ranked the 2016 Fortune 500 an overall “C” average or “good.” “The nation’s largest organizations are getting more sophisticated and becoming more successful by integrating digital marketing, content marketing, mobile and social into their recruiting strategies,” said Mike Hennessy, founder and CEO of SmashFly.

Employer Brand News: Hire The Best In 2017 & Stand Out From The Crowd

How to hire the best people in 2017: make sure your employer brand stands out from the crowd

The new year is a time for fresh starts and new ambitions. It’s no coincidence that it’s also the most popular time of year for LinkedIn’s 467 million members to update their professional profiles as they consider their next career move.

 

Employer Brand Advice: 5 Things Everyone Should Know About Squeeze Pages For Recruitment Marketing (And Especially Pipeline Building)

5 Things Everyone Should Know About Squeeze Pages for Recruitment Marketing (and Especially Pipeline Building)

If you have not been hanging out in ‘digital marketing land’ for very long, you may not be aware of what ‘a squeeze page” is. A squeeze page is a landing or lead page used to collect information such as email addresses. They are used primarily for “list building.’ List building?

 

Recruitment Advice: 9 Tips For Recruiting Millennial Talent Through Social Media

9 Tips For Recruiting Millennial Talent Through Social Media

If you’re a millennial business owner seeking to recruit other millennial talent, you’re in luck. Social media is good way to go. Eighty-six percent of working people who are in their first decade of employment will use social media to look for jobs and research employers.

Culture Advice: What The Grateful Dead And A Winning Organizational Culture Have In Common

What The Grateful Dead And A Winning Organizational Culture Have In Common ” CEOWORLD magazine

According to Deloitte’s 2016 Human Capital Trends Survey 86% of organizations cite culture as a very important issue and a top agenda item. I know what you are thinking, how can a bunch of hippies teach us anything about building a compelling organizational culture.

 

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