Workplaces of the World, It’s Time to Tell Your Story!
January 11, 2018 by Kristin Dudley, Co-Create LLC
What an incredible time it is for storytelling. There are so many accessible ways to create stories and so many mediums on which to share them. If you watched any of the Golden Globes this past week, you heard the cries for even more storytelling and story-sharing – it’s through our stories that we all grow.
But it’s not just the stories that are being…
Calling all Cable Installers, Beauty Editors, and Chefs
December 18, 2017 by Lauryn Sargent, Partner & Co-Founder, Stories Incorporated
A classic recruiting technique, realistic job previews are a best practice in our industry. It gets its own fancy government definition for a reason: it has worked across all industries and all levels for years*. Give candidates the real deal scoop so they can opt in and out at apply, not two weeks or two months or two minutes on the job (all that time,…
The OFCCP War Game
December 14, 2017 by Derek Zeller, Sr. Lead Recruiter, comSCore.com
OK, so, before I start this rant let me go on record that, not being in government recruiting in a high-profile company I can allow myself some venom. That should be telling that with pure free speech out there and a President who feels the need to share everything without reprisal should be telling. Thank you for being a part of this my friend. Now,…
Use a Story Approach: You’re Always Original
November 14, 2017 by Lauryn Sargent, Partner & Co-Founder, Stories Incorporated
Gathering and featuring authentic employee testimonials and stories is now a generally accepted best practice in employer branding content strategy and recruitment marketing content development. So if more than 50% of the Fortune 500 are doing it, will it eventually become a stale strategy?
In fact, even at more than 50%, using employee stories…
Pursuing Diversity: Improve Hiring Practices and Building a Strong Team
November 14, 2017 by Torin Ellis, Diversity Strategist | Published Author | SiriusXM Contributor
“The prescription for extraordinary results is knowing what matters to you and taking daily doses of actions in alignment with it”
Said by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan authors of The One Thing. Fitting because no matter your role, Recruiting, Sourcing or Talent Acquisition – Analyst, Vendor, or Founder, you want to experience the extraordinary. Makes…