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Interviewing
Not all of your interviews will result in a hire. Nearly 50% of them
[https://legaljobs.io/blog/interview-statistics/]will be unsuccessful and you
might have to give them feedback on why you didn’t select them for the role.

People generally don’t like confrontation and this includes hiring managers as
well. But knowing how to provide feedback to unsuccessful applicants is a
necessary skill for all hiring managers to have.

Your constructive feedback ensures that the unsuccessful applicants’ tim
Daniel Jakaitis / 1 day

How to Give Constructive Feedback to Unsuccessful Candidates

Learn how to give constructive feedback to unsuccessful candidates with examples, templates, and actionable tips.
Interviewing
Implementing a new hiring process is a big deal, and mistakes carry a lot of
weight. Negative interview experiences can make candidates hesitate to move
forward, post a negative review online, tell their peers about their experience,
or a combination of all three. So what can you do to prevent these disasters
from happening?

But candidates should feel more excited after talking to an interviewer, not
less. Excellent interviewers put candidates at ease, giving them the confidence
that your compa
Daniel Jakaitis / 6 days

A Guide to Interview Training for Hiring Managers and Employees

Interview training for hiring managers and employees improves candidate experience and quality of hiring decisions. Here is our guide to setup an interview training program
Job Description
Writing an inclusive and effective job description is both a science and an art.
A job description is an ad for your company, complete with a call to action
asking candidates to become a part. And yet, only 47% of workers
[https://www.smallbizgenius.net/by-the-numbers/recruitment-statistics/#gref] 
trust that job descriptions accurately depict job responsibilities. A killer job
description needs to be realistic, convincing, and compelling.


Counterintuitively, most startups don’t put a lot of t
Daniel Jakaitis / 12 days

How to Write the Ultimate Job Description

A job description has to be strategic; it serves as an engaging, inclusive, descriptive acquisition tool.
Recruiting
Sure, talent teams and recruiters can learn a lot from sales, but they might
stand to learn even more from marketing.

That’s because recruitment is all about promoting your company and the roles you
are trying to fill. Recruiters need to make open roles sound so appealing that
candidates can’t help but click on the job description. And if they find that
the position sounds fun, challenging, interesting, and rewarding, it’ll be
really hard for them to resist submitting their resume or scheduling
Daniel Jakaitis / 20 days

A Brief Guide to Effective Recruitment Marketing

From the copy on your website, to copy in your job descriptions, to your interview process, your recruitment marketing effort must never stop.
Recruiting
If you’ve ever been part of the recruiting process, you know it’s not as simple
as posting a JD on a job board and waiting for applications to fly
in一particularly if you work at a startup. Candidates may not even know about
your company, let alone that you’re hiring. 


It makes sense that this approach isn’t fruitful. What teams at your company
operate this way, launching something and hoping for the best? Hopefully, none.
Yet puzzlingly, that’s most startups’ recruitment strategy.


To get the
Daniel Jakaitis / about 1 month

Recruiting is Sales

To get the best results in recruiting, you need to emulate the team with the leanest, meanest, most tested process: sales.
Sourcing
If you think about it, your candidate sourcing strategy is one of the
make-or-break elements of your startup. There’s no way you become a unicorn
without fantastic talent, and sourcing a robust candidate pipeline is the first
step to getting hiring right.


That sounds daunting, and sometimes knowing what not to do can be as
important一if not more important一than knowing what to do. So in this piece, we
define what candidate sourcing is and then get straight to six things you should 
not do when i
Daniel Jakaitis / about 1 month

6 Sourcing Don'ts

There’s no way you become a unicorn without fantastic talent, and sourcing a robust candidate pipeline is the first step to getting hiring right.
Cold Outreach

Getting cold outreach right is tough. Really tough. Just think about how many
emails you dismiss every day. If you’re like most people, you ignore a whopping
65% of your inbox
[https://www.forbes.com/sites/shephyken/2020/10/04/sixty-five-percent-of-emails-are-ignored/?sh=671572e91e6a] 
and as little as 10% of LinkedIn InMail messages receive a response
[https://influencermarketinghub.com/linkedin-stats/]. This means recruiters have
an incredibly challenging task on their hands. How do you get c
Daniel Jakaitis / about 2 months

Nailing Cold Outreach

Getting cold outreach right is tough. Really tough. Just think about how many emails you dismiss every day. If you’re like most people, you ignore a whopping 65% of your inbox [https://www.forbes.com/sites/shephyken/2020/10/04/sixty-five-percent-of-emails-are-ignored/?sh=671572e91e6a] and as little as 10% of LinkedIn InMail messages receive a response [https://influencermarketinghub.com/linkedin-stats/]. This means recruiters have an incredibly challenging task on their hands. How do you get c

In today's market you can't afford to run bad interviews.