Talent on Tap Articles

  • The Best Way to Reject Candidates: 3 Tips from LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting

    August 2, 2018

    Brendan Browne has had to tell hundreds of candidates that they would not be getting the job they interviewed for. But his approach to that delicate task is shaped less by his experience as a recruiter than by his time as a candidate. “Many moons ago, I was interviewing with a really cool company in San Francisco,” says Brendan, LinkedIn’s VP of Global Talent...

  • 3 Tips for Creating a Powerful Employee Value Proposition from a Recruiting Leader at NBCUniversal

    June 21, 2018

    NBCUniversal and its storied brands get over a million job applications per year. That's a lot of options for its recruiting team. But the truth is, the company still faces challenges when it comes to attracting talent in non-creative fields, like finance and tech. “We have to compete with organizations beyond just media,” says Michelle Hord-White, NBCUniversal’...

  • Why Canada's Biggest Bank Is Looking to a Tech Expert to Shake Up Its Recruiting Process

    June 7, 2018

    The Royal Bank of Canada turned its talent operation over to a technology strategist last year. Surprising? Maybe—but it makes sense. With over $1.2 trillion in assets and a workforce of 80,000, RBC is the country’s largest bank and has been racing to offer more and more services in its online and mobile channels. But in its efforts to transform into a...

  • Why LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting Never Interviews...

    May 17, 2018

    What’s the difference between an interview and an interrogation? Sometimes, not that much. They can both be nerve-racking exchanges in...

  • 5 Strategies Every Small Business Can Use to Recruit Great ...

    March 29, 2018

    What attracted Abby Hamilton to LiveIntent wasn’t a big brand name or outlandish perks. It was something much more simple: a video....

  • The Simple Phrase LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting Uses to...

    March 7, 2018

    As a recruiter, you've likely had the experience of having a candidate “go dark.” Maybe they didn’t call you back or they failed to...