Recruitment Design

BlogOne Size Does NOT Fit

When One Size Doesn’t Fit All

February 4, 2014 | Daniel Fogel | HCI

A lot of companies try to view recruiting as a faucet that can be turned off or on as the need arises. But the reality is typically far from that perspective. For the recruiting department to be effective, it needs time to build and grow a pipeline of talent which necessarily involves a lot of moving pieces - employer branding, online talent communities, social recruiting, job boards, career sites, etc. Beyond that 90 day lead in, firms also often find themselves in situations where it makes better financial sense to outsource that work in today’s complex economy.

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Internal Mobility and Recruiting at McGraw Hill Financial

January 30, 2014

Faced with disengaged employees and a low internal hiring rate, this Solution Suite explains how McGraw Hill Financial's new Global Talent Acquisition Center of Excellence (CoE) designed and implemented an Internal Mobility program. ...

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Blog2014 Challenges

Challenges for Talent Acquisition in 2014

January 14, 2014 | Daniel Fogel | HCI

A quick survey of Google returns a host of challenges poised to daunt talent acquisition professionals in the coming months. Part of any good strategy is not just identifying and examining the potential problems but also evaluating the risks associated with each quandary and determining the best path forward. As Sun Tzu states in the Art of War, “In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity.”

BlogBrand Resolution

New Year Employer Brand Resolution

December 17, 2013 | Bryan Chaney | HCI

Remember the cool kids in high school? They were good-looking, funny, athletic, or let’s face it, rich. And most everyone knew who they were and who they hung out with. If you didn’t have the qualifications, it was nearly impossible to change your clique. No matter how much you wanted to, or tried to belong in one of these groups, it became obvious that you were desperately trying to fit in.

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