Tag Archives: Recruiters

How Recruiters and Hiring Managers Can Work Together to Find the Right Candidate

Matt Shealy — February 11, 2020 Businesses expect recruiters and hiring managers to work together to find qualified candidates. But this attempt at collaboration often becomes more of an issue than a problem solver. It can turn into a tense relationship between these two groups. Both strive to meet the same goals but often cannot … Continue reading How Recruiters and Hiring Managers Can Work Together to Find the Right Candidate

Innovating an Inclusive Workspace: Data Tools Can Help Recruiters Address their Gender Biases

Ryan Ayers — October 8, 2019 Follow @TheBizTechGuru HR professionals can promote diversity and inclusion by leveraging technology that eliminates hiring bias. The technological revolution is still in play. However, it’s already sparking a new kind of revolution – diversity and inclusion. At the beginning of the tech industry diversity revolution, social advocates pointed out … Continue reading Innovating an Inclusive Workspace: Data Tools Can Help Recruiters Address their Gender Biases

Job Interview Don’ts: Expert Advice from Marketing Executive Recruiters

Bob Van Rossum — January 21, 2019 Follow @BobVR — January 21, 2019 Today’s job market is in favor of candidates where employers are in fierce competition for top talent. Marketers who have cutting-edge skills, in particular, are in the position for promising opportunities in 2019. If you’re interviewing for a senior-level or executive role, … Continue reading Job Interview Don’ts: Expert Advice from Marketing Executive Recruiters

4 Crucial Soft Skills Marketing Recruiters Love to See in Candidates

Mark Miller — May 30, 2017 Follow @MMtwopointfive— May 30, 2017 Look at any thorough marketing job description, and you’ll no doubt find a laundry list of practical experience and technical skills needed to be effective in that role. But what’s not always listed are soft skills that enable you to thrive in a given … Continue reading 4 Crucial Soft Skills Marketing Recruiters Love to See in Candidates