It’s early December with Christmas and the New Year right around the corner. Should recruiting teams slow down with the rest of the world or sprint through the holidays? This year the team at Talon maintained a holiday recruiting sprint and our clients reaped the rewards. Here’s why:
After a competitive RFP (request for proposal) process with the receipt of 13 proposals in Fall 2015, the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) selected Development Counsellors International (DCI) of New York, NY and Spike Advertising of Alburgh, VT to develop a three-year economic development marketing plan for the State of Vermont. The paring of the marketing agencies provided a
In Recruiting Metrics that Matter: Part I, we identified five recruitment metrics that provide immediate insight into an organization’s effectiveness at attracting and retaining top talent. In this short epilogue, we will identify five additional recruitment metrics also worth your consideration.
In my first job out of engineering school I had this manager, an aviation engineer named Rick Hoepfner, who loved to say, “What gets measured gets managed, and what gets managed gets improved.” There is truth in this statement and in recruitment, we have a number of metrics we can use to drive performance throughout our internal teams and support objective reporting to our senior leadership.
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My friends know me as a professional talent thief. I partner with a diverse group of businesses and use a thoughtfully developed and proven process to help them find, attract, and retain the best talent the market has to offer. After starting a new search, posting job opportunities and kick starting employee referral programs, my colleagues and I begin headhunting on LinkedIn just like the other