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Implementing a new RPO customer (from the RPO client service manager perspective)

October 16th, 2017|Blog|

In RPO the launch of a new customer is always different, no matter how much planning and organizing we do, things are still changing on a minute to minute basis in the first few months of a new customer launch. Here are some issues I have had to deal with during a new launch and [...]

The Dangers of a Slow Hiring Process

October 13th, 2017|Blog|

Overcomplicating your hiring process in pursuit of the perfect candidate is counterproductive, and a real challenge in recruitment.  As a recruiter, I wanted to shine a light on this by revealing the reasons why a slow hiring progression can be damaging for a business. Both your reputation and employer brand are at stake when you [...]

Keeping up with Technology in the Workplace

September 19th, 2017|Blog|

I think the biggest issue most offices face today is the ability to keep up with the technology that gets created daily. It’s not so much the ability to keep up with the ever changing tech world, but the ability to financially make a decision to go with a certain technology. How do you make [...]

Partner Up! How to work with your hiring manager to effectively fill positions

September 18th, 2017|Blog|

Recruiters work with many different hiring managers with different styles of interviewing, managing, and hiring; the ways of communicating their wants and needs when it comes to filling different positions often vary. There are many factors that go into the hiring process which includes standard qualifications, a candidates previous work history, technical acumen, team fit, [...]

Dealing with Declined Offers

September 14th, 2017|Blog|

It’s a great feeling when your HM decides to extend an offer to your candidate. You’ve kept them warm, shepherded them through multiple interviews, waited on deliberating interviewers and then- if everything goes your way- you make the offer. All your hard work goes went into this moment when the candidate says, “Sorry, I’m going [...]

How would your candidates rate their experience?

September 12th, 2017|Blog|

The “candidate experience” begins at the point where a person first becomes aware of a job opening with a company - the advertisement, the application process, the initial point of contact.  From that point on it is the job of the recruiter to build on that and make it consistently positive for all candidates.  Whether [...]

Tips When Screening Resumes

September 6th, 2017|Blog|

Having a lot of applicants can feel overwhelming, you don’t want to pass on the perfect candidate but do you have the time to look through each resume or application? Here are a few tips to help you bring the best candidates forward. Ensure your posting is attracting the right kind of applicant. Some [...]

Do you know your client’s value system?

August 31st, 2017|Blog|

  As the Process and Implementation Leader at People Science, I work with a great group of diverse people, whom I refer to as my clients – this includes my internal team at People Science and of course, our customers who make it all possible. With this comes the challenge of being able to manage [...]

Recruiting Support 101

August 11th, 2017|Blog|

Have you recently taken on a role in which you are supporting a lead recruiter on their assigned requisitions?  This is often a hard transition for recruiters, but doesn’t have to be.  Here are a few tips to help ease the transition and make it a mutually beneficial experience. Build the Relationship From Day 1 [...]

Why people should write their own resumes

August 7th, 2017|Blog|

It seems that I have been asked a million times over the last few years – by friends and family, even people that are a friend of a friend – if I can help them with their resume.  I’m sure if you are a fellow TA or HR professional you know what I am talking [...]