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Recruiting Isn't Broken, It's Just Hard.

March 27, 2015 at 12:18 PM Rob Stevenson

Recruiting is broken.

So claims the opening slide for every recruiting tech vendor powerpoint since the dawn of Software-as-a-Service. You hear this over and over again, and each time you look around, surrounded by a room full of recruiters, or you switch tabs away from your slideshare to your Careers page, or you look out your window and see buildings full of companies growing and hiring, and you think to yourself, "Is it?".

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Top 4 Things We Learned from Greenhouse Summit 2015

March 26, 2015 at 11:43 AM Kathleen de Lara

The first ever Greenhouse Summit opened its doors this week, combining the forces of over 300 talent pros to discuss their top techniques for finding the best people and transforming their company into a lean, mean hiring machine.

Folks by the likes of Lou Adler, Stacy Zapar, and Jason Medley, to name a few, shared their know-how and solutions for some of recruiters' oldest and biggest problems.

Here's what we're going back to the drawing/hiring board with – share them with your team!

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SourceCon in Seattle: Twitter Round Up!

March 25, 2015 at 12:23 PM Rob Stevenson

Recruiting Conference season is upon us! That means elite keynote addresses, torrents of business cards, and more booth swag than you can shake a portable charger at. SourceCon Seattle kicked off this week, and all the usual suspects in the Recruiting world were in attendance, and luckily for us, tweeting their little thumbs off. Check out some of our favorite Twitter quips below!

 

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Ready? Set? Source! WGS 2015 Kicks Off

March 24, 2015 at 10:06 AM Kathleen de Lara

Dole out the drum rolls, hoots, hollers, and all the live tweets in between.

Today marks the official start of the World’s Greatest Sourcer competition!

Hundreds of sourcers worldwide will duke out their candidate hunting skills in a decathlon series of challenges to prove their chops as the top talent pro.

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Want Your Recruiting Cheat Sheet? Check Out These 13 Quick-Fire Tips

March 23, 2015 at 10:51 AM Rob Stevenson

Throughout January and February, your favorite and most humble recruiting material provider included in our blog subscription emails daily quick-fire recruiting tips. Born from the accumulated wisdom of many of our recruiting friends, as well as the experiences we've had sourcing, engaging, interviewing, and hiring, these ideas were delivered daily to you in an easily digestible, actionable format. ICYMI, we've assembled our favorites into a single PDF for your viewing and hiring pleasure. Want a few examples of what you're getting yourself into? Read on, you brilliant talent acquisition pro, you.

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Bloomberg TV and Entelo Discuss Improving Workplace Diversity in Silicon Valley

March 20, 2015 at 2:56 PM Kathleen de Lara

Silicon Valley is notorious for being the homebase for many of the world's largest tech companies and an ever-growing population of emerging startups. On another front, the hub for leading innovation is also known for its less-than-impressive diversity reports exposing the underrepresentation of women and minorities in the workforce.

Facebook, Google, Twitter, Amazon, and Pinterest released their own diversity numbers in the last year, revealing the Valley's male-dominated industry and unmissable, unsuccessful initiatives to cultivate a mix of employees with diverse backgrounds.

In the midst of the ongoing conversations striving to solve tech's diversity problems, Entelo CEO Jon Bischke was featured on Bloomberg TV to discuss the algorithm already helping dozens of companies, including Microsoft, Facebook, and Yelp, meet their diversity initiatives – Entelo Diversity.

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How to Tell When a Candidate Will Reject Your Offer

March 19, 2015 at 7:41 PM Kathleen de Lara

There are a few indicators of when a candidate is about to say no to an offer you’ve extended to them, and rather than running in circles waiting on someone stuck in the perpetual state of “maybe”, there are ways to identify someone who’s about to fall out of your funnel.

No matter how much a star a candidate may be, putting a halt on building your pipeline while waiting for a candidate’s response is never ideal or efficient.

What recruiters and hiring managers should generally look out for are candidates who self-select, push back, and delay the hiring process by choice.

Avoid breaking the hiring process and heed caution around candidates who express these behaviors after you’ve extended an offer.

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Hiring On All Cylinders: Entelo's Bold New Podcast

March 18, 2015 at 2:08 PM Rob Stevenson

Hiring is hard. Listening to podcasts is easy. Today I'm proud to announce the release of a brand new recruiting podcast from Entelo, your favorite talent acquisition content creator. Hiring On All Cylinders is a show for Sourcers, Recruiters, Heads of Talent, Hiring Managers, and anyone else looking to hire top talent. Join Entelo's Head of Talent Vivek Reddy, our Recruiter Evangelist, Loni Spratt and a variety of guests from all over the recruiting industry as we discuss the biggest challenges talent acquistion pros face on an every day basis. 

So far, we've covered:

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How to Evaluate Technical Candidates as a Non-Technical Recruiter

March 17, 2015 at 10:41 AM Vivek Reddy

It’s tough to recruit engineers when you’re not technical.

We’ve all dealt with the challenge and it’s particularly difficult when you haven’t played the role or had exposure to the nitty gritty of what engineers do on a daily basis. However, that should not be an excuse to not try, and fortunately, there are some ways recruiters can rapidly improve while still providing a ton of value to the hiring managers. 

Here are a few strategies for helping your engineering team’s recruiting efforts even if you feel rocky on tech-related topics.

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4 Cliches to Remove From Your Recruitment Messaging

March 16, 2015 at 12:16 PM Rob Stevenson

How many emails did you send last week? 10? 50? 100? How many of them received a response? Chin up, Recruiters. It's not entirely your fault. Some people aren't likely to respond no matter how good the email is. In these cases there's not much you can do except try and leave them with as warm a feeling about your personal outreach as possible, in the hopes of keeping things open for future contact. In too many cases, though, talent see one thing about a recruiting email and immediately send it to the trash. You've got to give your recruitment messaging the best chance at avoiding the trash can, and if you use any of the below tired, meaningless, impersonal cliches, you aren't doing yourself any favors.

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