Making diversity and inclusion a priority for your company is not only the right thing to do but can also help your company and team grow in exciting ways. Building your brand while keeping diversity in mind can help attract potential candidates who will bring a wide variety of talent and ideas to your team. Learn how to hire for diversity with these guidelines.
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COVID 19 has changed the way we do everything, including the way we hire. Get a head start on your 2021 recruitment process with these new techniques.
Holiday parties are going to look a little different this year, but that doesn't mean that they're going to be any less memorable. Here are some ideas for a COVID friendly holiday party.
Determining how to engage with candidates during the hiring process can be tricky. If you can build and maintain relationships with candidates from start to finish, you'll have a better chance at success when it comes to finalizing a hire.
Our recent experience with hiring managers and talent has shown that there is an overarching sentiment of laziness when it comes to video interviews, that can be attributed to the pandemic. Interviewers and interviewees alike just don’t seem to take them seriously enough. There are simple steps that can be taken to counteract the laziness that can be found in today’s online hiring interviews, starting with preparing for them.
Employee stories are the stories of your company culture, and one of the best ways to show talent what you stand for and how you work. You don't need to be a content marketer to do it. With a few simple tips, you'll be telling your story and attracting great talent in no time.
Attracting strong tech talent is hard, especially if you are leading an early-stage company. Companies that spend time building their reputation through employer branding have an advantage, but with limited resources, they need to get creative. If you are a start-up CEO, it may be time to pitch in by stepping up your game on social media.
As I’m writing this, I realize that title may be confusing. I don’t mean software developers that are financially strapped and living on a shoe-string budget (not that there is anything wrong with these peeps), but rather how to attract software developers without having to spend a lot of money.
Teresa Tam’s recent announcement on the continuation of COVID-19 restrictions may have some business owners wondering how they can continue to attract employees when they cannot use pre-corona tactics. Getting creative with a new employer value proposition (EVP) may be daunting, but it is not impossible. Check out our blog post to learn how to adjust your EVP so that it responds to the pandemic in a way that allows your hiring to excel, not falter.
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