Recruiting in the Relationship Economy

This post originally appeared on Talemetry’s Blog Talemetry Today. Advertise job, receive resume, email candidate, process offer — our recruiting processes have become more transactional than ever. That’s not a bad thing! We have more tools than ever to source, track and manage candidate, and that technology has made life as a recruiter more productive and efficient. But as technology has sped up the process, candidates are clamoring for attention. They want more interaction and engagement. They want to connect ...

Introducing “Social Evidence”

When Jamey Jeff and Scott Rothrock first reached out to get my feedback on their start-up, RemarkableHire, I was intrigued. After all, as a recruiter, talent acquisition leader and now consultant, I’ve lived and managed the same woes that drove Jamey and Scott to found the company–measuring talent by a traditional resume doesn’t work. Coining the term “social evidence,” Jamey and Scott have created a tool to help recruiters and hiring managers find and evaluate talent through the “collective voice of ...

Tips For Job Seekers: What Recruiters Don’t Want You To Know

As a talent strategy consultant and career coach, I tell clients all the time: “I get the other side of the equation.”  Companies like that I am coaching job seekers, and job seekers like that I consult with talent acquisition teams at companies. Having a foot in both worlds means I don’t forget what it’s like on both sides of the aisle. It’s like recruiting bipartisanship. But every once in awhile, I take sides. And job seekers, this is for ...