You’d be surprised how many top-tier companies are still losing out on top talent. Why? Because humans’ attention spans are ever shrinking and the traditional (boring) recruitment formula is no longer effective.
What's so good about it?
They don’t call it a “war for talent” for nothing. Everyone is fighting for the same high caliber individuals and looking for a competitive edge, constantly revamping their employer branding, marketing and recruiting processes. Entrepreneurs, practitioners and talent acquisition thought leaders share their stories on how to hire better and faster and build talent acquisition into a competitive edge for their business.
Recruitment Hackers podcast has weekly new content, covering a range of topics from recruitment automation, improving the candidate experience, and leveraging culture to attract the right type of talent.
What you’ll get
- Insights into how to rethink your Talent Acquisition strategy
- Strategies to expand your talent pool
- Actionable steps to simplify hiring processes
- Real life examples from the companies who are succeeding
How Transcom's TA team increased Hires per Recruiter by 300% over 3 years. - Jun Abo, VP of Talent Acquisition, Transcom
In this episode of Recruitment Hackers, Jun Abo, VP of TA at Transcom talks about how he has overcome WFH challenges in the Philippines as well as the skills necessary to be a successful recruiter in the TikTok era. Listen to the full episode for some trade secrets on how to turn TA teams into experts in social media, sourcing, and a delightful candidate experience.
The RPO Industry's Pivot to Remote Work Gives TA Outsourcing an Edge for 2021 - Sally Hunter Executive Vice President at Cielo
In this episode of the Recruitment Hackers Podcast, Sally Hunter, Executive Vice President of Cielo delves into the implications of the COVID-19 crisis for the future of the RPO industry. As Cielo pivoted even more towards remote hiring, Hunter examines the benefits automation and “best of breed” tech partners will yield in years to come (and how to strike a balance between innovation and efficiency.)