Tag: interview

Chris Dyer: How to Analyze and Hire For Your Company Culture

“There’s no magic formula for great company culture. The key is just to treat your staff how you would like to be treated.” – Richard Branson, Founder, Virgin Group Culture has a profound the impact on company performance, often there is a disconnect between what management thinks the culture is […]

Matt Charney: “Me Too” Messaging Does Not Attract People to Join Your Company

It all comes down to your messaging in everything from your job descriptions to how you contact people. Today we are tackling this issue! “Words empty as the wind, are best left unsaid” -Homer The problems with messaging, specific to recruiting Hard part is getting a response How to not […]

Hank Levine: Gamifying Your Entire Organization – Accounting Needs to Have Fun Too!

“The Game gives you a Purpose. The Real Game is, to Find a Purpose.” ― Vineet Raj Kapoor According to Wikipedia, Gamification is the application of game-design elements and game principles in non-game contexts. Gamification commonly employs gamedesign elements to improve user engagement, organizational productivity, employee recruitment and evaluation, and more. We are all used to […]

How Unilever Developed a New EVP and Employer Brand

Unilever is a global company selling fast-moving consumer goods, whose purpose it is to make sustainable living commonplace. You will recognize consumer brands such as Axe/Lynx, Ben & Jerry’s, Dermalogica, Dollar Shave Club, Dove, Hellmann’s, Knorr, Lipton, and Magnum. But what about the employer brand? Anuradha Razdan is Vice President HR, Home […]

Interview with Lou Adler on Performance-Based Hiring

<hr> During this podcast episode, our special guest, Recruitment Expert Lou Adler stops by to talk about his book, “a book that every recruiter should read, “The Essential Guide for Hiring & Getting Hired“. We also had a very engaging conversation about the War for Talent, “A-Talent” vs “B-Talent”, working […]

Anita Kanti: Abolish the Resume!

Fact: A majority of the most talented people have terrible resumes. Why? Because they are busy getting making things happen! Companies miss out on great people because they never make it past the resume screen. Automating the process and screening for buzzwords is just not an effective tool for finding the […]

Brenda Diederichs: Public Sector Versus Private Sector – Startups!

We put on the gloves in an epic showdown of today’s episode, to settle the differences and find out the better career option.  The 3 rounds for the undisputed championship: Round 1: Brenda – bashes up the logic behind joining a startup Round 2: Rick – negatives of the public […]

Meredith Fish: Transforming Your Leaders Into Talent Magnets

As an Entrepreneur or business leader, it is crucial in this market, to brand yourself to attract talented people! One company is developing their managers to become thought leaders and influencers. A fantastic example of how your company can increase engagement and retention.  Making your company safe from guys like me!  The […]