Recruiting is a constantly changing environment. Candidate pools are not the same as they were a few years ago. So what do you need to change to make sure your recruiting strategies are relevant to the current market? Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn about the top three trends that are attracting the best and brightest candidates.
Now that we know the benefits a smile can bring to our personal and professional relationships, today we’ll look into how to make smiling a more natural part of our lives. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn how to hone your natural smiling skills.
Sometimes it’s the simplest things that can help us succeed. Have you ever wondered how your smile contributes to your mood, health and other people’s experience of you? There is actually more behind our smiles than its mere appearance. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out what your smile is communicating about you.
Every recruiter wants the same thing: a pool of top level candidates from which to choose for hiring. So how do we make sure we are attracting the best of the best? Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out why the best candidate experience leads to the best hires.
Over the years, we have covered a lot of ground when it comes to interviewing: specific techniques, candidate experiences, interview troubleshooting, to name a few. But if I had to boil everything down to the most important interviewing principle, what would it be? Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out.
Last week, I talked about how the negative impact of a bad interview can leak into a company’s customer base and compromise its brand. My example included a large cable company who lost millions of dollars due to poor interviews. You can listen to that Podcast here. So what did the cable company do to change? Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out how their changes can help your recruitment practices and perhaps even lower your cost of customer acquisition.
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