Recruiting Tips Articles

  • The Top LinkedIn Recruiting Stories of 2017

    December 18, 2017

    2017 has been quite a year (don’t worry - I’m not going to get all political on you). From an increased focus on diversity and AI in recruiting to becoming better storytellers, a lot has been going on in the world of recruiting. That’s why at this time of year, as the Talent Blog editors we like to look back at the stories we published that resonated with you...

  • How to Give Constructive Feedback to Candidates and Hiring Managers

    December 6, 2017

    According to LinkedIn’s Talent Trends report, 94% of candidates want to receive feedback after an interview. But, giving feedback isn’t easy. In fact, providing useful and honest feedback without offending someone is extremely difficult. However, it's possible! And, it’s an art that every recruiter needs to master. The candidates and hiring managers you work...

  • 9 Recruiting Tips From Stacy Zapar That You Can Start Using Right Now

    November 27, 2017

    You’re reading this because you want “actionable, practical tips that you can take home and implement right away.” That’s exactly what Stacy Zapar promises at the start of her super-popular “Stacy’s Secret Sauce 2.0” talk at Talent Connect 2017—and she delivers. After 20 years recruiting, she’s learned what works, what doesn’t, and how to get the most out of her...

  • A 6-Step Framework for Solving Common Recruiting Problems

    November 22, 2017

    When speaking at events, one of the pieces of feedback I consistently hear from candidates and clients is that recruiters “disappear”...

  • 4 Ways You Can Shape How Others Perceive You and Build an...

    November 20, 2017

    “I don’t think you’re tough enough for this business.” This feedback was the big aha moment for Carla Harris. Now the Vice Chairman...

  • The 3 Traits of Great Team Players (And How to Recruit for ...

    October 31, 2017

    Chances are, at some point in your career you’ve interviewed (and maybe hired) someone who just does not play well with others. And...