Why Rehiring Boomerang Employees Might Work

Boomerang employees, as their not-yet-entirely-official name would suggest, are people who quit a job with a certain company only to change their mind and try to return soon after. As the number of people quitting their jobs has been on a steady upward trajectory for some time now, it is only logical that companies have …

The Recruiting and Hiring Funnel: How to Get Each Step Right

The sales funnel is the formula for success in many companies. Each step is measured and optimized to ensure prospects stay interested and eventually become happy, paying customers. Recruiters can also use a funnel to hire great employees. A typical recruiting and hiring funnel has five steps that help companies attract, assess and hire the …

From “Yes” to Desk: How to Pre-board a New Hire

Bringing on board a new employee is mostly a fast moving process. The hiring team quickly narrows in on the ideal candidate and makes them an offer before another company snatches them away. And once the new hire starts, their first few weeks are a whirlwind of meeting new people, completing paperwork and learning the …

3 Offline Tactics to Recruit Top Talent

Finding top talent is tough. First you have to think about structuring job descriptions and then it’s onto distributing your advert online. And that doesn’t account for the time it takes to find the right job boards to post the position on. According to the most recent data from DHI Hiring Indicators, an average of …

How to Hire for Hyper Growth

Companies in the midst of hyper growth have some serious priorities to manage. They have to ramp up fast to meet ambitious business goals, please investors and sustain the incredible momentum. But every other priority pales in comparison to hiring. When a company enters the hyper-growth stage, they often need to add what seems like …