5 Highlights from SourceCon Digital this Spring

A couple weeks ago, Entelo was a Gold sponsor at March’s SourceCon Digital. We were so excited to be a part of this season's event and Hackathon. Attendees learned from some amazing experts and HR leaders, and talked sourcing strategy with fellow colleagues and industry champions.

Here are some of our key takeaways:

WEBINAR: Talent Pipelining – Why It's Critical Now

The Talent Acquisition landscape has changed overnight. During this webinar, we will discuss how sourcers and recruiters can quickly adapt to the current state of work as well as prepare for the recruitment rebound by building an effective candidate pipeline strategy. Join us as Alejandro González de la Peña, Sr. Customer Success Executive, Talent Insights and Innovation Strategist, discusses how some of the top companies around the world are handling this change and using this time to build solid candidate pipelines!

5 Signs a Candidate Is More Likely to Move

A good recruiter knows that when it comes to sourcing, timing is everything. You can scan for all the clues that indicate a candidate is a great fit, previous positions held, schools they’ve attended, what kinds of companies they’ve worked for and beyond, but all of this research could be for nothing if they just aren’t interested in leaving their current employer. Here at Entelo, we take the guesswork out of the equation with a key feature, More Likely to Move™ which uses dozens of predictive variables to surface those who are more receptive to new opportunities. More Likely To Move™ candidates are twice as likely to move to a new job within the next 90 days, which means when you see that indication on an Entelo profile, it means you’re striking while the iron is hot.

Last Week in Talent - Monday, May 8

Good morning and Happy Monday,

Automation is the word on the tip of everyone’s tongue, which is probably why The Pew Research Center just released a report on the future of jobs and job training. In short, people will need to become more agile and adaptable, while also developing the cognitive and interpersonal skills that can’t be performed by machines. Sounds simple enough, until you read that entry-level lawyers are already in the crosshairs of some apps. Fortune, taking a more optimistic approach, is looking at the jobs that will be created by automation. One plus two minus four equals....nevermind.