Amy Knapp joins to discuss the growing pains her portfolio's talent teams experience, as well as what the talent organization's role in development and retention should be.
President of RecruitingDaily.com, William Tincup, discusses how innovation takes place in the HR space, as well as how recruiting organizations can best evaluate recruitment technologies.
Talent Partner Cat Surane discusses the interview training program she implemented at Google, what metrics are important for early stage recruiting orgs, and how to manage hiring managers.
In advance of her in-depth webinar, Tessa Wilder discusses how to properly assess GitHub profiles and engage with the HackerNews community. Later, we cover her strategy for hiring at the VP-level, and how her role in the process changes with more senior level candidates. Head here to register for the webinar: http://hubs.ly/H07shhD0
Global Sourcing Manager at General Motors, Will Maurer, discusses the process of bringing GM's entire talent function in-house, as well as how his team is able to sell candidates on relocating to Detroit.
VP of Talent Acquisition Nick Mailey swings by Entelo's ERE booth to discuss the role of talent leadership in defending long-term recruiting strategies.
Duo Security Director of Recruiting Nate Ollestad explains how to measure and identify bottlenecks in the hiring process, as well as the recruiting team's role in retention and development.
Senior Director of Global Recruiting, Tony Le, explains his unique challenge of running a recruiting team which hires for 6 different brands, as well as how he has shifted metric analysis to put the onus on hiring managers.
Alfresco Head of Talent Andrew Farrell explains how Quality of Hire can be used to make the case for the talent team at the C-level, and connect recruitment efforts to greater business goals.
Matt Alder, host of the Recruiting Future podcast, stops by to discuss the themes he's noticed from interviewing dozens of recruiters, as well as what he learned from the case studies of talent teams he conducted for his new book.
Director of Talent Acquisition & Development for the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign, Nathaniel Koloc, joins Entelo CEO Jon Bischke to discuss how he hired 4300 people in a matter of months, how to match talent goals to hiring manager goals, and how to hire people for roles they've never done before.
Simppler CEO Vipul Sharma discusses the best way to incentivize employee referrals, how to keep referral rates high without sacrificing diversity goals, and which contacts in an employee's networks actually represent hiring opportunities.
Former VP of Talent for Mozilla and Instacart Mathew Caldwell discusses the importance of diversity of thought, constantly calibrating on what an ideal candidate looks like throughout hiring cycles, and his conception of recruiters as project managers.
Talent Engineer Erin Wilson returns to talk about sneakily hiring recruitment marketers, interview feedback, and assessing team members for grit and passion.
Director of Talent Acquisition Bailey Douglass joins the podsquad to discuss taking years of experience off job descriptions, illustrating to hiring managers the difference between a must-have and a positive indicator, and interview training.
CEO of Comparably Jason Nazar joins to discuss how companies are getting their compensation conversations all wrong, and how candidates and talent teams can arm themselves with data to have the most productive and fair communications about salary and culture.
Lightspeed Ventures' Talent Partner Luke Beseda discusses the findings of their recent recruitment survey and explains how companies are talking about their culture all wrong.
Amina explains her hunt for a Head of Enterprise and how she surfaces and addresses objections early in the hiring process. Britt explains Entelo's employer branding partnership with The Muse.
Entelo's Director of Engineering discusses building an engineering brand and designing an interview process specifically for tech talent. Rob thinks exploding offers are BS.