How Recruiters Can Overcome Buzzword-itis

Nothing dulls a job description more than an over-indulgence of buzzword phrases such as “enthusiastic and motivated,” “winning attitude” and “willingness to learn.” While there’s no harm in throwing in a buzzword here and there, including them without substantive accompanying requirements leaves applicants hungry for more. Define the Nuances of the Buzzword For example, in…

A Beginner’s Guide to Hiring & Recruiting

Getting a startup off the ground takes a lot of planning, and hiring for your startup is no different. Roles and work arrangements in early-stage startups can be more fluid and can involve ‘wearing many hats,” which can favor employees with general skills who are fast learners. But, as your company progresses to launch and…

The End-of-Year Recruiting Inventory

In a hypercompetitive market, disrupted by technology and a myriad of other evolvements, you will find the lines of communications between hiring companies and candidate communications ever changing. In that we are now facing a candidate-driven market, sourcing your next great employee requires a bit more ingenuity than it did a couple of years ago.…