There's no doubt COVID-19 has already made it's drastic impact on the world. And in a lot of ways, as an HR professional, let's face it... you're on the front line of this battle. There are companies across the nation who have had to dramatically shift gears -- learning how to work remotely, changing business models, mass amounts of company-wide layoffs, several industries needing more help to provide resources, and a whole lot of uncertainty. My heart goes out to each and eve...
With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, ApplicantPro has relied on our video interviewing to ensure safety to our team while still maintaining employee growth. Check out our integration with Wedge and what it offers our clients.
We're back with another proven growth hacking approach to help your sourcing process. Check out my Attraction Funnel! Consistency with this funnel will help you attract and engage more qualified candidates.
Are you hitting your hiring goals? Ryan, Hiring Guru, and the founder of ApplicantPro, one of Inc 5000's fastest-growing companies, share his framework on growth hacking the hiring process.
In this war for talent, the best source for finding qualified applicants is right under your nose! Learn how you can encourage existing employees to identify and recruit quality talent for your organization starting TODAY.
The fight for talent isn’t necessarily finding a gem in the 3.5% of unemployed nationwide, but finding employees that are disconnected as they’re working for your competitors. The talent is there, and people are looking, you just need to attract it.
In any industry, failure to make the right hires comes with a cost. The talent is out there! Inbound hiring optimization can attract and engage the best hires for your business.
As I have implemented these 5 pillars of hiring success, I have watched as the strength of each pillar, when working and supporting the other, has allowed organizations to stand out against their competitors and ensure qualified candidates.
How many people do you know start projects but stop once things get difficult or something comes up they were not expecting? Friction is causing your applicants to do the same.