We know from experience that you can ask any number of recruiting leaders who at their organization is responsible for authoring job descriptions and you’ll get any number of answers. Those range from HR to Hiring Managers to Recruiters to even Compensation – or any combination of the lot. CXR took a few moments at a recent […]
Join us and listen in to this CXR Chat where Gerry connects with Brent Amundson and Amy Winebright to catch up on the value of a CareerXroads meeting and a few of the takeaways for Dell from our Branding & Marketing colloquium gathering.
Today’s CXR “Uncorked” brings a fun conversation with Jessica Lee, VP of Brand Talent at Marriott. We take a look at the sometimes interesting turns and evolution that today’s Talent Acquisition leaders encounter in their own career paths – most notably, Jessica’s shift (temporarily?) into a space adjacent to Talent Acquisition. Our talk also addresses today’s […]
Our CareerXroads members have seen a number of headlines about the Google Jobs API and the Jobs search results that are expected. Some have even been given access to a CXR members-only webinar with the Google team to learn more about the ongoing work. But even that might not have prepared them for the simplicity […]
It seems so simple – and so obvious – to say, “Know your audience.” But, for talent acquisition, that audience includes a variety of stakeholders: hiring managers, colleagues, business leaders and, of course, the candidates who come in many flavors. Profiling your target candidates is definitely a challenge – but a challenge worth taking.
Join us and have a listen to the first installation of this special CareerXroads podcast series where we connect with E. & J. Gallo’s own Susan Hensley. In this podcast, we talk about our take on a Kali Hart pinot noir while hearing how the small but mighty Gallo House of over 100 various brands […]
Employment branding can feel like such a new field. The people tasked with branding in talent acquisition often have to explain themselves and their value to others in their company. They might feel a bit like pioneers trying to forge their way through new initiatives and projects. Yet, the tactics and strategies used in employment […]
Apparently asking your customers a direct question like: “How likely are you to recommend our company/product/service to your friends and colleagues?” is a pretty solid indicator of your brand’s relationship with its customers and, in fact, has real value in differentiating one company’s performance from another.
Last week I joined Jess for a 30-minute call where we openly discussed topics ranging from the candidate experience to embracing bots and innovation in recruiting to some of the little things that can make all the difference in our branding and marketing to talent.