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How to Connect the Dots of the Hiring Process

Posted by Sheridan Gaenger on January 3, 2017 at 11:00 AM

Making Sense of the New Candidate Lifecycle

Type “candidate funnel” into Google and you’ll get nearly half a million results.

Clearly, a lot of people are talking about the hiring process as a funnel, one that starts with building awareness and ends with a hire. But we say “funnel schmunnel.”

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Topics: Recruitment Marketing, Hiring Market

Reworking Your Hiring Process to Attract the Right Talent

Posted by Sheridan Gaenger on November 16, 2016 at 11:00 AM

Building a Happy Marriage Between Marketing & Talent Acquisition

Ideally, the hiring process should be attracting the right talent, helping meet goals, and boosting your workforce. So why does it often become so frustrating? Infuriating? Maddening? Feel free to add your own adjective here …

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Topics: Hiring Market, Talent Acquisition Strategy

A Holistic Approach to Reducing Cost Per Hire and Time Per Hire

Posted by Sheridan Gaenger on September 6, 2016 at 11:00 AM

Hiring a new employee is expensive; hiring a large number of workers can be budget-busting. Most companies know this, but the actual figures can be nonetheless daunting. According to the Society of Human Resource Management, the average cost per hire is a whopping $4,129. In other words, if you have an opening to be urgently filled, expect to pay at least $4K to find the right person—and then cross your fingers that the right person was hired, because otherwise, you might be shelling out another $4K to find another replacement …

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Topics: Hiring Market, Talent Acquisition Strategy

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