Imagine you are a recruiter trying to fill the pipeline with strong candidates for the hundreds of open positions your hiring managers are trying to fill. Now imagine your ONLY daily task is composing the right email or LinkedIn communication to get the interest of qualified candidates. Your boss was kind enough to hire someone else to handle inbound requests, build job descriptions, track candidate response, confirm interviews, and do the 100 other things talent acquisition professionals keep busy with on a daily basis.
We at WittyParrot have compiled a list of 100 Human Resources and Recruiting Leaders to follow on Twitter in 2014 and 2015.
Note from the Editors: Doyle’s tip will make you think again about your own efficiency, productivity and results.
Recently I’ve had the opportunity to work with senior executives in Corporate Recruiting organizations and I learned a lot about staffing functions, technology and best practices.
As a long time Sales and Marketing executive, I was struck by the similarities between HR recruiting organizations and traditional sales and marketing functions.
“The secret of joy in work is contained in one word-excellence. To know how to do something well is to enjoy it.” ― Pearl S. Buck
A few months ago I was giving a demo of our solution WittyParrot to a friend of mine who runs a reasonably large business unit in his company. After a few minutes, my friend was fascinated and wanted to sign up for an account immediately. I was happy that he liked it but as always I asked him what was the major reason for his interest and urgency to sign up.