Tagged: recruiting

Making the Job Search Work for You – The Science of Fit

Making the Job Search Work for You – The Science of Fit

Looking for a job is like playing the dating game: you’re like a lover looking for the best mate, and the employer is playing the same game in reverse.

The Dating Game, a TV show in the 1970s, let women select from three “eligible bachelors.” It was among the most popular shows of ... Read more»

SHL and Previsor Merge:  New Global Leader in the Assessment Market

SHL and Previsor Merge: New Global Leader in the Assessment Market

One of the most complex and fragmented parts of the talent management market is the world of employee assessments. Today two of the industry’s largest companies in this space, Previsor and SHL Group, announced a merger, creating the largest global player in this very large, very fragmented market.

Background:

There are many types of ... Read more»

Five Reasons to Focus on Recruiting in 2009

Five Reasons to Focus on Recruiting in 2009

Here we are entering the worst recession in more than 30 years, reading about layoffs, downsizing, and restructuring in almost every industry. So why would I start our 2009 research with a discussion about the need to focus on recruiting? Well, contrary to what many may believe, even in times of job reductions recruiting must ... Read more»

Performance and Recruiting Management Shootout – Who Won?

Performance and Recruiting Management Shootout – Who Won?

Industry’s First Integrated Performance and Recruiting Shootout

This year’s shootout focused on the powerful integration (but not well understood or adopted) between performance management and recruiting including the coveted, and often elusive measure of “quality of hire. Four leading talent management suite vendors were included; Authoria, HRsmart, SuccessFactors, and Vurv had 75 minutes to demonstrate ... Read more»

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