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In this episode I got to chat with Sean Paulseth, the Senior Vice President of Partnerships at Wedge. Wedge is a one way video interviewing software that has helped thousands of companies streamline their hiring process, decrease turn over, time to fill, and cost per hire. Sean shares why using a video interviewing software like Wedge could be crucial to your hiring and recruiting efforts, he addresses some of the main concerns people have when introducing a tool like this into their process, and shares with us some examples of how they have helped companies improve recruiting efforts, even companies who haven’t introduced a lot of technology into their hiring process before, like smaller companies, trades companies, manual labor etc.Check out WedgeNeed More Applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's talkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode I talk with the fabulous and incredibly knowledgeable Michelle Curry, she is the Director of Human Resources and Professional Development for PCL Construction. We discuss hiring and talent acquisition in the construction industry, how she does that at PCL construction, and how her and her teams strategy has changed since the pandemic and how they are adapting to the major shifts we have been seeing in the labor market. As promised here is A Guide to Understanding Your Target Job SeekerNeed More Applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's talkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode of Hannah Talks Hiring, I do something a bit different. I am interviewing two ladies who represent a large chunk of the labor market: The Passive Job Seeker. These are capable, talented, intelligent women who currently have part time jobs, and have been casually job shopping for the last couple of years. Listen to them talk about their frustrations with the job seeker experience, what makes them more likely to apply, what makes them decide not to apply, where they search for jobs and how they find out about opportunities, and more. As promised, here is the guide, 5 Steps to Optimizing Your Application ProcessNeed More Applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's talkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode I talk with Steve Smith, one of our awesome Hiring Consultants here at ApplicantPro. He’s been with ApplicantPro since the very beginning and has helped thousands of companies hire better. We discuss the ‘easily apply’ feature on Indeed, why it’s so important to have this turned on in your Indeed profile, and why it’s critical that if you are using an ATS, that it fully integrates with this feature. We also discuss some of the troubles with the ATS’s included in the big ‘all-in-one’ systems and what to look out for.As promised, here is the work sheet: 5 Core Focuses For Job Board Recruiting SuccessNeed more applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's TalkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode I talk with Giovanna Rossi, the founder of Family friendly New Mexico, an initiative she started to support businesses in becoming more family friendly to help promote economic stability, and help families thrive. We talk about how creating a family friendly workplace helps you greatly to attract and retain top talent, and stay competitive in the current labor market.Learn from Family Friendly New Mexico how to be a more family friendly employer hereNeed More Applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's talkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode I chat with Beth Barclay, the Sr. Manager of People at Kimbel Mechanical. We discuss how Kimbel Mechanical is shaking up the hiring norms in the trade industry, and how this has contributed greatly to their recruiting success.As promised, here is the work sheet The Applicant Attraction BridgeNeed more applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's TalkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode, I chat with Albert Foster, founder and CEO of Express Evaluations, a performance evaluation and pulse survey software company. In our conversation we discuss the stigma of performance evaluations, how they should be more of a two-way street instead of a one-way street, and how you can turn them into a critical employee retention tool at your organization. We also discuss the importance of consistent pulse surveys to gather employee feedback so that you can understand your employees needs and adjust accordingly, empowering you to create a culture that no only retains talent, but attracts it as well.Check out Express EvaluationsNeed more applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's TalkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode, I had the privilege of chatting with the delightful Amanda Achterkirch. She is an HR professional turned entrepreneur, who now has her own HR consulting company, MinneHR insights. We discuss different ways of navigating the challenges of the evolving labor market as an HR professional, including how to balance screening with the urgency of getting job openings filled, navigating critical conversations with management, the emotional ups and downs of being and HR professional and the evolving identity if HR, helping employees fill their ‘cookie’ jar, and the importance of emotional intelligence when it comes to hiring and recruiting success.Need more applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's TalkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with Jen Trumm, an HR professional with over 20 years of experience, who now works as a life and career coach for HR professionals. We move through 4 key points in over conversation:1. Overcoming the fear of proposing changes to management2. The need to let go of old hiring norms3. How organizations often put the cart before the horse when it comes to employee feedback and improving their workplace4. How the employer/employee contract is becoming more fluid and a valuable job product will look different for different people.Need more applicants? Check out ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Let's TalkConnect with me on LinkedIn
In this episode I talk with Johnny Campbell, the co-founder of Social Talent, an e-learning platform to empower Talent Acquisition teams and professionals at different organizations to attract, find, and hire the best talent. We discuss how the rules of recruiting have changed post covid, how your organization needs to adapt, the importance of carving out time to redesign your strategy post covid, and more. Need more applicants? Check us out at ApplicantProWant me to speak at your event? Lets talkConnect with me on Linkedin
In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with Taryn Stastny, the Talent Acquisition Manager at PAE Consulting Engineers + Luma Lighting Design in Portland, OR. We talk about the unique challenges of recruiting in electrical engineering and manufacturing, the forecasts of the talent pools of those industries, strategies for connecting to hard to find talent, how the evolving way we use buildings is affecting those industries, and more.Lets TalkCheck Out ApplicantPro
In this episode I chat with Javier Ortiz, a Senior HR Business partner at Syncro. We talk about the need for leadership to see their recruiting team as an asset, strategies for recruiting in tech…and his toddlers obsession with dump trucks.
In this episode I chat with Larry Kettenring, the associate HR director of Utah County. We talk about the current challenges he is experiencing recruiting in the public sector, different things he is trying, the perception of public sector employment and more. Let's Continue the Conversation:Connect with Hannah on LinkedInHRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with the fabulous Rebecca Smyrniotopoulos who works on the HR team for the Utah Legislature. We talk about the challenges of hiring and recruiting in public government, ways she has innovated to have more success in this area at the Utah Legislature, and in particular, the importance of crafting an excellent applicant experience and why this is vital to hiring success.Let's Talk:Connect with Hannah on LinkedInHRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I chat with HR and Optimization Consultant, Moeed Ahmad. We discuss the strategy of adopting what he calls an ‘intersectional approach’ to hiring, and the need for HR to be better able to adapt and innovate with our constantly changing world. Find Moeed:https://www.linkedin.com/in/moeedahmad1/www.modynamics.orgmahmad@modynamics.orgLet's Talk:Connect with Hannah on LinkedInHRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I chat with ApplicantPro's very own Ariana Groves, who is working on building out our recruitment marketing services. We talk about learning how to understand your target job seekers, how to distribute your message to them effectively in order to attract applicants, the future of hiring, and keyways employers and hiring managers will need to adapt for success in the new labor market.Let's Talk:Connect with Hannah on LinkedInHRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I chat with Jax Willey about how she is able to have incredible success recruiting in the manufacturing and engineering industry in Vermont. She shares her overall recruiting philosophy, her thoughts on the current massive shift in the labor market, and how she is able to authentically connect with her target job seeker for recruiting success.Let's Talk:Connect with Hannah on LinkedInHRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I have a great discussion with Gal Almog, tech founder of Talenya and other recruitment technology companies, including Pandologic. We talk about adapting to the current labor market, and how the progression of new technology is inevitable, so it behooves those of us in HR and Talent acquisition to embrace it rather than fight it or fear it.More about Talenya: Talenya is the world's first Automated Talent Sourcing Platform that converts 3X more passive candidates to applicants. Talenya’s Talent AI™ taps into a database of 1.5 billion profiles, to find and engage with the most qualified and diverse candidates for your roles, and to turn them into applicants, effortlessly. Check it out at https://www.Talenya.comLet's Talk:Connect with Hannah on LinkedInHRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I interview Morgan Dredge, Manager of Talent Acquisition and Employee Experience at the Central Iowa Power Cooperative. She describes the unique challenges of talent development and recruiting in the industry, and the different ways her team is solving for that.Let's Talk:Connect on LinkedIn HRCI & SHRM Approved Topics Hannah is Ready to Speak On
In this episode, I talk with Jon Westover, HR thought leader, published author, and Chair of the Organizational Leadership Department at Utah Valley University. We chat about the evolving labor market, how HR can see this time as an opportunity to claim their seat at the table, how employers can adapt and add value to their jobs, and more. 
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