CXR Chris Hoyt talks about the pitfalls of typical diversity recruiting programs within TA and how hundreds of Talent Acquisition leaders within CXR are uncovering some interesting approaches. This podcast episode offers a free download and team exercise to help any team begin to move forward with this challenging topic.
At our recent Recruiting Automation and Innovation Meeting, we conducted a Design Thinking Exercise to explore how employers perceive their employee values and, in turn, what their candidates feel are important – in this case, specifically, candidates with disabilities. We are working through this exercise at a number of our meetings this year and it […]
Chris Hoyt talks about the recent CXR headline where it’s discussed how Adam Grant teed up a point of view that should have resonated with Talent Acquisition and HR leaders at a recent SHRM conference.
Derek Zeller allowed us to share an unpublished story that was similar to another headline shared at CXR. To accompany this headline, we sat with Derek and recorded a few minutes of conversation surrounding the topic, his story, and thoughts on diversity in recruiting in general.
It was our pleasure to host the recent webinar and podcast for the Nanda Journey’s November 2017 HR Delegation to Japan. This trip was focused on learning how culture influences talent acquisition and employment in Japan. The webinar is now available to both CareerXroads members and non-members alike.
After spending 10 days in Japan with HR and Recruiting executives, startups, influencers, and students where we visited with government representatives, employers, university students and professionals, we’re going to share some of our biggest takeaways and “Wow!” moments.
When it comes to learning another culture, whether it be work or personal, I believe it’s beneficial to go “all in.” That’s why CareerXroads recently partnered with China Gorman and Nanda Journeys for an adventure in recruiting professional development and cultural immersion in Japan.
Still pulling together and processing great content from our recent trip to Japan as part of an educational HR delegation. We were happy to get Angie Verros and Gerry Crispin on the line to talk about one of the topics that kept coming up throughout our adventure: Lifetime Employment.