Hurdling Hiring Bias: Are You Too Hung Up on the Degree?

Share This!Are you hung up on a degree as a job requirement? Education bias is rising. I share my experience with this on the Mighty Recruiter blog. Hurdling Hiring Bias: Are You Too Hung Up on the Degree? Share This!

7 Recruiting Myths That Mislead and Derail Us

Share This!   Mark Twain once said, “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” Too often, small business owners let these seven recruiting myths derail their ability to attract and hire the people they need to grow their business and achieve their[…]

Does Your Recruiting Need a Miracle Worker?

Do you need a Recruiting Miracle Worker?

Share This! Most of us are familiar with the story of Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf because of an early childhood illness. The most significant person in Helen Keller’s life was Anne Sullivan, her teacher and miracle worker who was also visually impaired. More importantly, Anne understood the power of language and assigning[…]

Hallways are critical pathways that help us transition from one place to another. A hallway may be what you need for a fresh approach to successful hiring.

Hallways are Key to Hiring Top Talent

Share This! Most of us have a favorite room in our house—it’s the one where we are most comfortable and at ease. It’s our go-to place when we want to relax, enjoy a good book, or watch something on TV. Many of us have settled into a comfortable place in our recruiting and hiring just[…]

The Art of High-Tech, High-Touch Recruiting

Share This!Recruiting is difficult. However, it can be easier with a high-touch recruiting. Today, I’m sharing my interview with Mighty Recruiter where I share some tips on how to recruit in today’s recruiting environment. The Art of High-Tech/High-Touch Recruiting Join the webinar on June 13 to learn even more ways to use high-touch recruiting. Share[…]

Got Hiring Dukkha?

Got Hiring Dukkha?

Share This! Many small businesses suffer from hiring dukkha. Dukkha is an important Buddhist concept commonly translated as pain or suffering. However, this translation is not 100 percent accurate. Some feel that suffering is too limited a translation and others leave it untranslated. No matter your preference, dukkha has three categories: Dukkha-dukkha—painful experiences Viparinama-dukkha—the changing[…]

Do You Know if Your Candidates Bite?

Do You Know if Your Candidates Bite?

Share This! It’s spring break season and families everywhere are piling into the family car for road trips to destinations that are supposed to be fun and relaxing. Except that often is far from the reality. I remember a family road trip to the Catskills in New York with my parents and two brothers and[…]

5 Hiring Lessons From Dr. Seuss

Share This! Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, would be amazed to find that the lessons in his children’s books contain valuable hiring lessons for small businesses who struggle with recruiting the right people. Most of us have a favorite Dr. Seuss book and while we may not consciously be aware the lessons came[…]

No Brainer Recruiting Tactics That Need to Be Brainier

No Brainer Recruiting Tactics That Need to Be Brainier

Share This! Today is National No Brainer Day, created by Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith. I know you are saying, who is that? That was my response, too. So, it was a no brainer to pop over to favorite search engine to find out. I learned that Adrienne is an ordinary person who was broke and needed[…]

Five Daily Habits to Turbocharge Your Recruiting

Share This! I’ve written many times about effective recruiting processes and how to implement them in your business. I hear from clients and my insightful community that you understand the concepts; it’s putting them into practice where you run into difficulty. The key to implementation is to change your behavior. Unfortunately, many of us have[…]

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