0 comments on “Check out my podcast on Workology about how to create a strategic recruiting process and plan”

Check out my podcast on Workology about how to create a strategic recruiting process and plan

Check out my podcast episode with @workology discussing How to Create a Strategic Recruiting Process and Plan. Listen now. Podcast Description by Jessica Miller-Merrell of Workology Victor shares why it’s a critical point for HR and recruitment. He says that…

0 comments on “Lies on resumes are at an all-time high. Learn how to get to the truth.”

Lies on resumes are at an all-time high. Learn how to get to the truth.

Background checks are essential for employers to uncover resume lies or misrepresentations and to avoid the cost of a bad hire. Companies have other dependable options to ensure they are hiring qualified, high performing job candidates. Over the next five…

1 comment on “If you depend on gut feel while interviewing, you are relying on dumb luck.”

If you depend on gut feel while interviewing, you are relying on dumb luck.

Luck is never enough. Instead, double your hiring success by using effective interviewing techniques, validated assessments, and reference and background checks. If you believe that it sounds like a lot of work and money, it is cheaper than the cost…

0 comments on “Another 5-star review of “Hack Recruiting” on Amazon”

Another 5-star review of “Hack Recruiting” on Amazon

Another 5-star review on Amazon: "One of the most comprehensive views into full cycle recruiting, especially around the macroforces and innovations impacting how organizations attract, hire and retain talent. Plus advising the profession of what one needs to stay competitive."…

3 comments on “12 Questions Job Candidates Will Ask You”

12 Questions Job Candidates Will Ask You

In today’s fierce recruiting environment, expect to be asked penetrating questions about your company, its culture, and the career development employees may expect. If you are not asked questions by a candidate, it’s a red flag as to their interest…

0 comments on “Experience does not predict the success of new hires. Here are better methods…”

Experience does not predict the success of new hires. Here are better methods…

Empirical researchers have long pointed out that more than five years of previous experience did not predict great job performance for new hires.[i] A new review of 81 studies looking at the correlation between prior job experience and performance in…