It’s that time of year again. Entelo and The Sourcing Institute have again joined forces to bring you the World's Greatest Sourcer competition! Do you have what it takes?
Once again, the best of the best will go head to head to find out who is the finest talent sourcer in all the land. Last year’s top finishers, Patrick Moran and Katie Gechijian, walked away with $2,500 and $500 plus a complimentary admission to the Sourcing Institute’s certification program, respectively, in prizes. And this year that big winner could be you.
The competition kicks off Monday, November 20th with new challenges launching each Monday up until December 4th.
Jason Averbook, CEO of Leapgen and longtime industry thought leader joins Hiring on All Cylinders co-hosts Britt Ryan and Sean Simerly to share his views on what the future has in store for HR and recruiting technology. As a consultant and advisor to enterprises across the globe with experience at some of the largest vendors in the space, Averbook is a leading voice on the technological trends and developments shaping the industry.
The team dug into why many human resources organizations have been so slow to adopt new solutions, what factors are key to great candidate experiences, and why hiring and retaining great people remains one of the single best ways to move the needle.
Johnson & Johnson Global Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Employee Experience, Sjoerd Gehring, joins the Hiring on All Cylinders podcast to discuss his role leading worldwide recruiting and hiring at the world’s largest independent biotechnology company. Sjoerd also directs the company’s employee experience programs and led the recent launch of Shine, J&J’s brand new candidate experience platform.
Sjoerd spoke with co-hosts Britt Ryan and Sean Simerly about his work trying to bring a consumer-level experience to employees and candidates, why he thinks transparency is a key ingredient in successful talent acquisition strategies, and explained what he’s learned while leading J&J’s millennial employee resource group.
During her career in recruiting, Battery Ventures VP of Talent, Kelly Kinnard, has worn many hats. Before she became Battery's chief talent and recruiting representative to their 125 portfolio companies, she spent time in marketing with orgs like Clif Bar and CamelBak. She then leapt headfirst into recruiting first as a technical recruiter, then in retained search and executive recruiting for venture-backed startups and public companies.
All that good work did not go unnoticed, and Kelly was scooped up by Oracle to lead the executive search team of their 33,000 person product development unit. After three and a half years with Oracle, Kelly joined the Battery Ventures team to help their portfolio companies (including Entelo) find senior talent and develop their own recruiting functions.
Kelly sat down with Entelo Head of Recruiting, Britt Ryan, to chat about her journey through different recruiting roles and her current work with Battery Ventures.
Over the past few years, hiring has become incredibly difficult for many organizations. With the US unemployment rate hovering around 4 percent and widespread shortages of key technical and soft skills, many employers are struggling to make the hires they need to keep growing.
But there is a huge population of well-trained but often overlooked talent readily available to employers: veterans. More than 450,000 of them are unemployed, but they could be filling some of the more than 6 million US job vacancies.
As of last year, there are more than 20 million veterans, almost 60 percent of whom are of working age. Altogether these veterans comprise a group of highly trained, highly talented people ready and willing to help your organization achieve its goals. Here’s how.
Laszlo Bock is someone who has done as much as anyone to advance the field of talent management. In his ten years as Google's SVP of People Operations, Laszlo helped the company scale rapidly and intentionally by developing a growth model of "attracting, developing, retaining, and delighting" employees.