3 Recruiting Metrics That Don’t Tell the Whole Story

Across the recruiting industry there is a push to become more metrics and data-driven, and that push comes from a logical place: If we don’t hire the people we need, our companies will be understaffed and resource-strapped. In recruiting, like in other departments, the key to our success lives in data and analytics.



10 Traits to Look Out for in Every Candidate Before You Hire Them

It goes without saying that companies are only as good as their people. Recruiting and hiring is still more art than science, which means 100% certainty is hard to come by. What we do know is that new hires are high risk, high reward. The good hires happen when recruiters, hiring managers and team leaders are all in lockstep with each other, and that happens when you establish the criteria by which you’ll judge all new hires, no matter their reference or skillset.



Introducing the World's Greatest Sourcer 2016

Entelo and The Sourcing Institute have once again joined forces to bring you the World's Greatest Sourcer 2016 competition! 

Sourcers, recruiters, and other talent pros far and wide are invited to participate in the sourcing decathlon designed to showcase the cream of the hiring crop. Whether you're a seasoned expert with a knack for finding people, or a newbie on the scene looking to hone your competitive edge, join us!



The Ultimate Guide to 2016 Recruiting and HR Conferences

Ah, trade shows. The breakout sessions. The networking. The GoPro giveaways. With so many to choose from, how do you find the perfect event that's right up your alley and right within your budget? You guessed it. Your dear friends at Entelo are here to help.



The Best Tech Literacy Tools for Non-Technical Recruiters

It’s a recruiting fact of life: Hiring for technical roles is a slog. Beyond the core difficult of finding enough talented candidates, you also must endlessly parse Stack Overflow and GitHub pages, and figure out what “code ninja” ever actually means. Once you’ve gotten through that rigmarole, how do you know if your candidates are the real deal or not? A recruiter who doesn’t know the difference between Ruby and Python is gonna get played. So, what is a non-technical recruiter recruiting for technical roles supposed to do? Learn some basic technical skills, of course. Here’s how.



Elusive Enterprise Sales Reps and Where to Find Them

There's nothing hard or novel about saying how difficult it is to recruit software engineers. Everyone is looking for them, they are hard to get a hold of, and the supply falters far short of the demand. Being the adaptable and well-rounded recruiter you are, though, there are a slew of roles across each department you're looking to fill, and finding a couple programmers isn't going to solve all your problems.