The RecruitingDaily podcast series focuses on real conversations with thought leaders and expert practitioners in human resources and talent acquisition. Exploring all things recruitment like employer branding, recruitment marketing or the latest technology innovations, this podcast shares helpful tips born out of the often humorous experiences of industry pros.
RecruitingDaily Live Dean Da Costa & Noel Cocca
RecruitingDaily's Noel Cocca interviews sourcing pro Dean DaCosta about some of his techniques, how he got started, and what he uses now to find the most difficult candidates for jobs. 30 Minutes
RecruitingDaily's Resonate Podcast #6 fea. John Sumser & William Tincup
Key Interval Research analysts John Sumser & William Tincup join Jason Seiden for a frank conversation on the current state of HR in this Resonate Podcast.
Best of/Worst of: Salary Negotiation
Amy Ala, Recruiting Consultant for Microsoft, joins host Daniel Fogel for the Best of/Worst of treatment on the Salary Negotiation process.
Best of/Worst of: Candidate Experience
Amy Ala, Recruiting Consultant from Microsoft joins this week’s Best of/Worst of to share her experience and explore how to improve Candidate Experience.
Recruiting Daily's Resonate Podcast #5 fea. Jay Baer
In this episode of Resonate, Jay discusses how to convert his marketing principles for recruiting with host Jason Seiden
Best of/Worst of: Recruiting Emails
In this week’s Best of/Worst Katrina Kibben and Daniel Fogel discuss Recruiting Emails, sharing personal experience and stories from around the web.
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What really got to me about this podcast was the “Best/Worst of Candidate Experience” episode. I’m the Candidate Experience Specialist at my company, and while the examples of nightmare examples/best practices align with basic things I wouldn’t/would want happening with my candidates... where is the address of candidates who don’t feel safe to share their real names due to countless mispronunciations? Where is the address of micro aggressions in interviews? Where is the address of tokenization of Black, Brown (insert minoritized identity) new hires? Where is the address of the all-white interview panel? Where is the address of helping a transgender candidate feel safe (complete with correct use of they/their/theirs)?
There was absolutely no mention of accountability - how are we holding interview teams and recruiters to standards around anti-racism and social justice in Candidate Experience/Employee Experience?
I’m really disappointed that these topics (and SO many more) weren’t even remotely touched in the episode I list (or really any episode I listened to).
Do better. Please.