Compensation Regulations

Change is good, right? So what’s with all the chatter on the new impending regulations around compensation? NY is one of the first states to roll out a plan that would ban employers and third parties (agencies) from asking candidates for their current and historical salary information. The rules will likely be different from state-to-state… Read more »

Types of Searches for Sourcing Pros

Can your search rely on just one recruitment tool or technique? We think not. It’s about the combination of efforts across your team, your tools, the AI factor, and how you continue to evaluate and share what’s working and what’s not. This Spring, a few team members and I attended SourceCon: We Control The Robots… Read more »

Using Snapchat for Business: The Pitfalls and The Highlights

Social media is not easy, but it’s important. It’s nearly impossible to win more clients or candidates without a strong online presence. If I Google a company and all that comes up is a website that looks like it hasn’t been touched since 2007, I might hesitate before using that product (unless it’s a retro… Read more »

Remote Tech Talent: Work Authorization

Work Authorization in 2017 Thinking about expanding your talent pool to new locations? My last post talked about the increased willingness tech organizations have in retaining top talent via a remote work scenario. This post surrounds work authorization and some of the changes we’ve seen over the last few years and what we can expect… Read more »

Training Tools: Grovo

Onboarding Your Team to Recruiting Technologies Finding the balance of what technologies are right for your team and implementing processes for their use can be a challenge. At Objective Paradigm we ensure that everyone – especially any new hire – knows the baseline standards and best practices of the tools we use and why. In… Read more »

Make Referrals Part of Your Follow Up

Building Relationships One ‘trend’ that hasn’t faded in my eight years of recruiting experience is that the best candidates are the ones that nobody knows about. How do you find them? Referrals. These candidates don’t have their resumes on a job board, they aren’t on a mailing list, and their LinkedIn profile might not be… Read more »

Tools Tools Tools!

Everyone wants to have the best tools for their teams.  From recruitment marketing to applicant tracking systems, and from social search to employee engagement, there’s a tool for everything in the Human Resources tech landscape. In fact, last fall, over 800 different companies exhibited unique products at the annual HR Tech Conference in Chicago and… Read more »