Recruiting Tips Articles

  • These Candidate Red Flags Should Make Any Recruiter Think Twice

    September 15, 2016

    When you’re hiring, the job interview is the one chance you have to sniff out what a candidate is all about. If it’s not until after they come onboard that you realize they were a bad hire, it’s a little too late (immediately firing them wouldn’t look so good). That's why taking note of any red flags that pop up is key. Not only will it help you quickly realize...

  • The 3 Keys to Staying Happy at Work, According to Google’s Personal Growth Guru

    September 14, 2016

    Research tells us that happier people are more successful. But when it feels like there are a million roles to fill and little hiring budget, it can be hard to feel happy all the time. However, according to happiness guru Chade-Meng Tan, affectionately called “Meng,” 24/7 happiness is possible – it just requires a little brain training. For years, Meng trained...

  • 9 Books Every Recruiter Needs to Read at Least Once

    September 6, 2016

    Sadly, summertime’s coming to an end. But, just because you’re no longer lying on a sunny beach doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take some you time and settle into a good read. For many, deep diving into a text can answer our grappling questions, allow us to explore new ways of doing things and leave us more insightful, a bit more introspective and a little wiser...

  • 7 Hiring Rules That Richard Branson Lives By

    August 29, 2016

    Virgin Group’s legendary founder Sir Richard Branson runs an empire made up of 200 companies in everything from healthcare to hotels...

  • 3 Ways the Best Recruiters Stay Ahead of the Pack

    August 22, 2016

    In a competitive job market, finding the best and the brightest doesn’t come from randomized recruiting strategies without careful...

  • Why Candidates Aren’t Applying to Your Jobs

    August 9, 2016

    It’s a recruiter’s worst nightmare: You need to fill a position at your company, so you write the best job description and wait for...