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How to Champion and Win Over Candidates, with Hired’s Matt Hughes

Hired Recruiting Manager Matt Hughes joins forces with Hiring On All Cylinders to talk about how he’s optimizing the org’s internal interviewing and hiring processes. Matt shares the successes and challenges of building partnerships between hiring managers and the talent team, the importance of writing digestible candidate emails, and how Hired’s mission to advocate talent is transforming the way people connect with orgs. He even shares a bit on Hired’s unique (and healthy) relationship with Dom Perignon.

What Recruiters Can Learn From Lifecycle Marketing

Like any business so reliant on people, recruiting is difficult at scale. Shortcuts like mass emailing hundreds of candidates rarely works for the hardest to fill roles and can wind up hurting more than it helps.

The challenge is that each and every role you recruit for requires a specific, unique set of skills, experience and personality traits. Finding candidates that tick each of those boxes takes strategy. Every step of the recruiting funnel ought to be a highly thoughtful, impactful experience for a candidate. A one size fit all solution just won’t cut it.

It’s imperative for recruiters to maximize the value of each candidate touch point, not just to ensure that they have a positive candidate experience, but also to guarantee that you’re able to make the best hires by finding out as much about them and their work habits as possible.

The concept of lifecycle marketing is a relatively old one, but it offers useful insights for recruiters looking to deliver outstanding candidate experiences, strengthen their employer brands, and help create stellar company cultures. Here’s how adapting concepts from lifecycle marketing can help you and your team recruit better.

Building a Mature Talent Acquisition Team, with Bersin by Deloitte’s Robin Erickson

As hiring needs evolve, how you master candidate engagement becomes your competitive edge. Part of that mission is having a strong employer brand. The other part is understanding what your team needs to build a sustainable, efficient recruiting and hiring strategy.

Growing an optimized talent acquisition team reaps long-term benefits for orgs – to start, improved recruiting, leadership, and financial performance. What does that mean for your team?

We spent time with Bersin by Deloitte* Analyst Robin Erickson, PhD to learn about the company’s recognized talent acquisition maturity model, her research findings on the current state of talent acquisition, and the impact of stronger relationships between recruiter and hiring managers.

Entelo's Guide to Rocking HR Tech Like a Pro

Chicago welcomes back the 2016 HR Tech Conference and Expo for the first time in four years, and the talent industry’s biggest event kicks off with nothing short of action-packed workshops, presentations, and mingling in the nation’s third largest city.

The Windy City in October welcomes a series of attractions like good eats, warm weather, live music, and a ton of merrymaking, including those of the brew-related sort. (It is Oktober after all.)

No matter the alley you choose to run up, Chicago offers a mix of events for everyone. Whether you’re in search of a place to connect with a colleague, to get lost in email, or to catch up on local culture, we’ve built this mini travel guide to keep you busy long after the conference doors close.

Use This Email Template to Prep Your Interview Teams

Candidate experience is more than just a quick email response time and parking validation. It also means conducting a well-rounded assessment during a candidate’s onsite interview.

Not only does this let you accurately evaluate talent at a high level, but it shows the candidate you were thoughtful about the interview process. It also saves them from the fatigue of answering the same questions over and over, and your hiring team from looking ill-prepared.

Entelo’s Guide to Rocking SourceCon Like a Pro

In just a few short weeks, SourceCon Fall 2016 kicks off in beautiful Anaheim, California. SourceCon is the year’s single biggest event dedicated to sourcing and, if you haven’t registered yet, you still can.

Regardless of the opportunity to learn and mingle with some of the best people in talent acquisition, there are few better places than Anaheim to spend time in late September. A city known for its many attractions, Anaheim is blessed with near perfect weather, numerous award-winning restaurants and enough activities to keep you entertained.

Still, with so much possibility, it can be a challenge to figure out what’s up your alley - whether you’re looking for spots nearby to zone in and catch up on emails, to meet with a colleague in town, or to make the most of your free time. We’ll give you some tips to make sure you get the most out of your time in Anaheim.