Talent on Tap Articles

  • Why LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting Never Interviews Candidates in a Conference Room

    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 suffocating rooms where the power dynamics never favor the person answering the questions. So when it comes to interviews, maybe it’s time to think outside the stuffy box. In fact, our global survey of 9,000 recruiters found that...

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

    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. “They do something weekly called ‘LiveIntentionals,’ Abby says of the New York-based, 160-person technology company. “They [post] quirky videos about what’s happening in the business, what’s happening in the industry, and just make...

  • The Simple Phrase LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting Uses to Grab Candidates' Attention

    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 send something they promised to send. Understandably, this made you concerned. Did this mean they weren’t serious about the job? Did they lose interest? Or did something personal come up? According to Brendan Browne, LinkedIn’s VP...

  • This Simple Use of Data Helped LinkedIn’s Recruiters...

    February 22, 2018

    Nearly 69% of recruiters say that using data has helped them elevate their career and role within the company. That’s because bringing...

  • LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting Gives His Take on the Top...

    January 18, 2018

    Over 9,000 talent leaders and hiring managers across the globe shared their opinions about the top trends that will impact hiring this...

  • How Sutherland Is Using a Chatbot to Improve Candidate...

    October 26, 2017

    Sutherland didn’t plan to create a chatbot—but it turned out to be the best way to improve the most human part of their hiring process...