Tag Archives: hiring process

The Cost of Neutral

Every employee knows when they are engaged in their work and workplace. Every manager and HR leader knows when the employees in their department or their company is engaged. They even know when the actively disengaged employee is voicing their disengagement. In this post from Seth Godin, he makes that point about the cost of […]

The Candidate Experience [INFOGRAPHIC]

How are job applicants rating their current candidate experience? Not so well apparently! We know, we can’t seem to get off the subject of “candidate experience during the hiring process” lately with our recent blog posts, but there’s a reason for that! It is so important to create a candidate experience that reflects your strive […]

Spring Has Sprung…And So Has The Good Jobs™!

If you’ve been following us on Facebook or Twitter, you’ve seen that The Good Jobs website went live in preparation for our formal launch. We have timed our official company launch with the first day of spring…and we couldn’t be more excited. If you haven’t RSVPd for our launch party yet, there’s still time! Join […]

Hiring and the Rules of the Game

Our friends at Montage Talent recently posted on their blog about the frustrations of the hiring process with its endless loopholes, dead-ends, and lack of communication a company. Montage asks the question: why can’t it be easier? The blog post relates the complicated hiring process similar to the plot of a game show. Pit two […]

A Candidate’s Fit is Crucial

Companies are finding top talent through building a competitive edge. This happens through promoting their employment brand while using their engagement programs and retention strategies as recruiting tools. Without question — recruiters and HR leaders know that a candidate’s fit is a critical factor to individual and company success. Chris Forman founder of  StartWire and former […]