The Recruitment Hackers Podcast talks to leaders who have turned recruiting into a long-term competitive edge for their business. In those discussions, we explore ways to improve the candidate experience, we imagine the future of recruitment, and we discuss which digital strategies are performing well. This podcast is essential listening for talent acquisition professionals who want to win the war for talent through digitization, automation and tons of empathy for candidates.
Could sugarcoated job descriptions be impacting your recruitment efforts?
In this podcast episode, Max and James Ellis of Employer Brand Labs debate the impact of application volumes on recruitment efforts. Listen as they tackle how factors like job descriptions and much more can make or mar the volume and quality of candidates that apply for your vacancies.
How far is too far when setting the bait to attract passive candidates?
In this podcast episode, Max and Global Talent Sourcing Trainer, Vanessa Raath explore non-traditional techniques for finding and hiring the right tech and non-tech candidates. Listen as they discuss tips for attracting unsuspecting talents and activating passive candidates.
The New Economics of College Recruiting
In this podcast episode, Max sits down with the Founder of College Recruiter, Steven Rothberg, to discuss the evolution of college recruiting and how job boards and other technology-based solutions are making hiring college students and grads easier.
The Role of Technology in Recruitment and Here’s What You Can Do About It
In this podcast episode, Max shares insights with the CEO of TAtech, Peter Weddle, about how technology shapes the future of recruitment. According to Peter, recruiters need to learn how to leverage the advantages of technology in recruitment and constantly be aware of what’s out there.
What Recruiters Should Know About Hiring Data Professionals
In this podcast episode, Max learns from Alooba Founder, Tim Freestone, how to effectively hire data professionals. According to Tim, CV screening is not enough and there is definitely a simple and more objective way to screen candidates.
Incorporating Diversity and Inclusion in Recruitment
In this podcast episode, Max learns about diversity and inclusion in recruitment from Cynthia Owyoung, author of the book "All Are Welcome: How to Build a Real Workplace Culture of Inclusion that Delivers Results". According to Cynthia, you don’t need to be a big corporation to incorporate diversity and inclusion in recruitment. Find out in this episode why diversity and inclusion are a must for every company that is aiming for a competitive advantage.