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May 2016: PRISM International Conference in Bonita Springs, FL

TalentRISE was invited to facilitate a panel discussion on Veteran Recruitment Best Practices at this annual conference for professionals within the Records and Information Management Industry.   Panelists Emily Garrity of TalentRISE and ConnectVETS.org, Laura Mitchell of Jackson Lewis, Brian Moriki of First Hawaiian Bank and Donna Hauk of Iron Mountain shared their experiences and […]

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April 2016: ERE Conference in Las Vegas, NV

Asked to summarize the main theme of the Spring 2016 ERE conference I attended in one word, I would say “data”. Just about every single presentation focused on how data is already an enabler of innovation and will increasingly play a major part in all aspects of the talent acquisition process in the future. However, […]

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Seven Ways Outsourcing Recruitment Will Turbo Charge Your Career

What’s Good for Your Company Is Good For Your Career Jane Clarke, the Talent Acquisition leader of a 5,000 employee business, contends with a lot of “noise” in her job. Hiring managers are constantly changing course to revise talent requirements. Her overworked team complains about antiquated recruitment technology. Contract recruiters she hired to deal with […]

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An Interview with HealthScape Advisors

Dave Swinehart, Director of Human Capital and Operations at HealthScape Advisors is absolutely passionate about getting the right type of talent hired. With a stated mission to be “the trusted advisor for clients navigating the evolving healthcare environment”, he acknowledges that recruitment in such a complex and rapidly-changing industry requires a careful and strategic approach. […]

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Help Wanted – Innovators in High Demand In the Consumer Goods Sector

Avoid These Three Most Common Recruiting Missteps Uncertainty is often described as a situation involving imperfect and/or unknown information. Within the fast moving consumer goods sector (FMCG), uncertainty is both pervasive and unavoidable. The marketplace is changing radically and rapidly. In the past, competitive advantage used to encompass concepts such as scale, brand loyalty and […]

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Answering The Age-Old Recruitment Question, Look Inward for Answers

Why Can’t I Fill My Job(s)? In my thirty years in recruitment, I have heard this question, and other related time-worn queries discussed below, countless times. Lately, it seems to be asked more frequently – and with a far greater degree of exasperation – leading me to believe that the problem is getting worse! Author […]

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Onboarding New Executive Hires Can Mitigate Risk, Increase ROI

The value of onboarding is indisputable. Pretty much everyone agrees that onboarding new executives, especially those in mission-critical roles, works. In fact, research shows that organizations with best in class onboarding programs* experience: Significant increases in retention and hiring manager satisfaction Enhanced productivity for new executives as new working relationships are jump started A reduction […]

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Redefining Recruitment

Early in my career, I worked in operations for two large transportation companies, Roadway and UPS. At both, I quickly learned that the operations function thrives on metrics. Over time, I have concluded that ALL areas of a business lend themselves to measurement. Yet, for years, we in HR/Recruiting avoided metrics either because we thought […]

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Found Money

De-Mystifying the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Ever experience the exhilaration of finding a long forgotten twenty dollar bill hidden in a pocket? Jeff Newcorn is an expert in uncovering what he calls “found money” for companies and claims (pun fully intended) to be quite passionate about it.  His firm, R. Jeffrey & Associates, specializes […]

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Coaching for Executive Onboarding

Insights from Conversations with the First National Bank of Sioux Falls In our experience conducting searches for hundreds of senior level executives, professional coaches can have a tremendous impact on a company’s ability to retain new executives, shorten “startup” times, increase learning and improve productivity, particularly within the critical first few months. Consequently, to demonstrate […]

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