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Jung’s Archetypes in the Workplace: Questions to Reflect

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 24, 2020 3:19:22 PM

In a world of AI in recruiting, a digital-first pre-employment assessment, and people analytics, it’s easy to forget the origins of understanding people. Psychology, a social science, gained ground when two psychiatrists pioneered major ideas about human psychology and development, Sigmeund Freud and Carl Jung. Although his theories are discussed to a lesser extent than Freud's psychodynamic approach, Carl Jung's ideas carry an influence whose effects can still be felt today. 

Topics: Science Artificial Intelligence Pre-Employment Testing
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You Want Me To Make More Promises to Improve Employee Relations?

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 22, 2020 10:45:56 AM

The promise is one of humankind’s most primitive psychological mechanisms that fosters trust, cooperation, and partnership formation. Creating healthy employee relations involves building trust between management and team. A AI-powered pre-employment assessment (cough) may assist in team building, but employee relations play an important role in creating cooperative agreements. You could say employee relations is a promise in action: acknowledging and making the vowed effort to deliver. 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
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Green Recruiting is New Standard: How to Start

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 16, 2020 1:50:26 PM

Mitigating risk, a strong employer brand, and gaining top-notch talent are the dreams of hiring managers. But not a single thing can address all of these desires, right? Well, the research shows green recruiting carries some serious benefits. The aforementioned are the by-products of organizations doing the right thing---and integrating those initiatives into their hiring and recruitment process. AI in recruiting may be the new kid in town, but green recruiting is how the town is won over. 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
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Motherhood makes employees more productive. You don’t look surprised.

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 15, 2020 10:04:43 AM

According to a working paper series by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, motherhood may be an indicator that a person may be particularly productive at the workplace. Mothers around the world will likely won’t be surprised to hear this. Between child rearing at home, leaning into their own personal development in private, being a competent team member at work, and other roles, mothers are in a constant balancing act. The St. Louis study analyzed the productivity habits of both female and male academic economists. Thus far, their conclusion: “unconditional effect of motherhood is zero”.

Topics: Diversity Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
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How to program empathy into your HR Chatbots

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 9, 2020 10:41:44 AM

Renowned shame researcher at the University of Houston and five-time New York Times bestseller, Dr. Brene Brown has spent decades studying shame and empathy. Brown teaches Fortune 500 companies, school districts, and organizations across the globe about the values of vulnerability and courage. Her TEDx talk on the power of vulnerability is one of the most-viewed talks of all-time.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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How to Pitch the Most Sought-After Applicant

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 4, 2020 6:19:30 PM

Capturing candidate attention as a hiring manager is one of the toughest challenges. If you’re a small to medium-sized company or startup, your job is a bit tougher. After all, you compete against more established companies that have more resources. What’s an organization supposed to do when it comes to candidate experience, best recruiting practices, and AI recruiting? There’s so much to learn and so many bigger companies to compete with for quality talent! You may have shaped up your candidate talent funnel with interesting social media posts and LinkedIn ads. 

Topics: Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting Candidate Experience
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Digital Onboarding is the Canary in the Coalmine for Digital Tools

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 3, 2020 3:08:57 PM

One HR trend is the emerging world of digitization. From digital meeting spaces like Zoom to digital team organization. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital onboarding is one aspect of talent management that has taken off within recent months. Onboarding refers to the process of acquiring and ensuring new customers or new employees have access to all the services and products they need to excel.  In organizations, onboarding expands from a pre-employment assessment and in-person meetings to taking these processes online.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing
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Job Speed Dating During COVID: a Brief How To

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 25, 2020 6:06:44 PM

What is job speed dating?

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
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Female Leadership in Crisis: Find The Right Women

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 25, 2020 1:34:03 PM

With the COVID-19 pandemic stopping the economic and social life of entire countries, researchers wanted to know which leaders made a difference in delivering a (more) positive outcome. From hiring, pre employment assessments, to travel, the results may affect how organizations attribute leadership in times of crisis. The University of Liverpool conducted a statistical analysis of 194 countries. Their conclusions: countries with women leaders performed better. Their countries suffered half as many COVID-related deaths.

Topics: Science Diversity Pre-Employment Testing
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What Exactly is Facial Recognition Search in HR?

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 20, 2020 11:16:21 AM

Facial recognition search and software is becoming integrated within hiring and recruitment efforts. Not only are private companies interested in the technology’s capabilities, it’s also being used by the public. For example, in the US,  forty-three states have used some form of facial recognition technology as a way to reduce identity and driver’s license fraud. Seven of those 43 states have adopted the system for driver’s licenses within the last three years. However even with its utility, facial recognition may be one of the most misunderstood technologies at the moment. 

Topics: Artificial Intelligence Pre-Employment Testing
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Applicant Tracking System (ATS)

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 19, 2020 11:43:45 AM

An application tracking system (ATS) could be likened to two types of friends: the first is the kind of friendship where you meet for coffee every few months and happily gab for an hour and at the end say, “we should meet more often”, but it never happens. Or an ATS could be the other type of friend: the one who showed up to your pet’s funeral or books you a hotel when your credit card isn’t working. 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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To CV Photo or Not to CV Photo?

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 17, 2020 10:30:21 AM

What’s the big deal in attaching a CV photo? 

Topics: Diversity Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
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Your Company Could Be the New Healthcare Center

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 7, 2020 5:39:58 PM

In case you haven’t noticed, the world is changing. Working from home is normalized. Interviews don’t mean a suit and an in-person, pre-employment assessment. So, businesses becoming health care centers? Not too much of a stretch.

Topics: Diversity Organizational Culture
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The Unpaid Internship: Diversity Hiring Starts Here

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 4, 2020 8:39:14 PM

Understanding greater racial equity begins with acknowledging a racial wealth gap.

Topics: Diversity
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How to Recognize Bullying in the Workplace and What to Do

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 28, 2020 2:29:16 PM

Let’s talk about bullying in the workplace. With the recent news of Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez calling out the bullying behavior of fellow Congressman Ted Yosho, it’s time to talk about bullying in the workplace.

Topics: Diversity Organizational Culture
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What’s Next in Employer Branding: Gender-Neutral Hiring

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 24, 2020 1:34:24 PM

One may argue that nearly everything has been made gender-specific. Electric cars, invented in the early 20th century, were originally marketed to women. Grills and trucks are commonly marketed to men. Even razors are marketed to women and men separately---despite being the exact product. However the society (and the workforce) is evolving to more gender-neutral products, language, and company cultures. A pre-employment assessment can’t be used to help employers become gender neutral...or can they?

Topics: Diversity Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
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What Tony Robbins Says About Your Diversity Goals

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 20, 2020 6:39:01 PM

Today’s workforce is the most diverse workforce in history. Modernity ushered in a special concoction of people of different races, ages, genders, ethnic groups, religions, and lifestyles to work together. The goal of any organisation is to synchronize how these varying pieces of talen move together in a harmonious,coordinated way. Hiring managers look to utilize and leverage the abilities, talents, and perspectives of each employee to give the organization a competitive advantage. Research conducted by McKinsey highlights diversity is substantial for a business’s bottom line: ethnically diverse companies were shown to be 35% more likely to have financial returns above the national industry median.

Topics: Diversity Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
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Create a Fair Recruitment Process at Every Stage, Or Else

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 15, 2020 6:32:44 PM

A fair recruitment and hiring process is just what the doctor ordered during these times companies are rethinking their internal processes. Remote work, racial equity, and other changes to the workplace are occuring. 

Topics: Diversity Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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The Manterruption During an Interview: What Women Can Do

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 14, 2020 2:26:56 PM

The New York Times calls it a “universal phenomenon”. When it occurs, women must often gather ample willpower not to be combative, roll their eyes, or in general show an *gasp* emotional reaction. So, what is the prevalent experience that women experience twice as much as men? Being cut off in a conversation, or the “manterruption”. One study shows when men were talking with women they interrupt 33% more often than with men. Research reveals that this phenomenon is widespread, from casual conversation, decision making, corporate offices, the United States Senate, and job interviews

With increasing gender diversity on teams, this is a counterproductive habit. Women in leadership roles is a strategy to grow a healthy company. For example, the stocks of the twelve F500 companies with female CEOs rose an average of 50% in 2009, compared to 25% for the S&P 500. And yes, this was during one of the most historic financial meltdowns in history. 

But to attain those positions, women need to nail the interview---and learn how to navigate around any interview "manterruption". 

Topics: Diversity Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
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5 Personalities You Need in a Team

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 10, 2020 10:10:27 AM

Companies are investing more in how they create and build teams. What’s interesting about team building today versus the past is how much it focuses on the individual. Investing in individual development and growth is key. Fortunately, science sheds light on how teams can perform and grow together. To create the ideal team, science shows that a high-performing team has essential personalities.

Topics: Diversity Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
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How to Spot the Illegal Interview Question (and Respond)

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 8, 2020 11:52:09 AM

You’ve scored the interview. Eureka! You’re busy preparing for a world-class interview, full of witty answers that showcase your experience, team spirit, and enthusiasm for the company in question. But have you considered preparing for any job interview discrimination?

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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The Quick Run-Down: the 7 Mistakes to Avoid in Candidate Experience

By Guest on Jul 7, 2020 12:12:11 PM

What happens when a candidate ends up not completing the application? It's a bit like ghosting---was it you or was it them? Chances are it was your candidate experience (so no need to take it too personally). In one survey, 69% of candidates responded that employer response time improved. 

Topics: Candidate Experience
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5 Steps to Implement a Fair Recruitment Process

By Elizabeth T. on Jul 2, 2020 6:20:26 PM

Employees are the principal resource for a successful company. Full stop. Therefore it is absolutely crucial companies select the right people for their teams. From skill and value set to complementing the goals of the company culture, hiring managers build a company.

Topics: Diversity Pre-Employment Testing
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The Science Behind Team Chemistry

By Elizabeth T. on Jun 24, 2020 12:48:14 PM

Companies are on the hunt for that special formula that makes a team magic. Fortunately, science sheds light on how teams can perform. Deloitte’s national managing director Kim Christfort and Suzanne M. Johnson Vickberg performed a comprehensive study on team chemistry. They created questionnaires, similar to a pre-employment assessment, which contain business-relevant traits and preferences. Christfort and Vickberg are a social-personality psychologist and Deloitte’s Business Chemistry lead researcher respectively.

Topics: Science Organizational Culture
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What’s the difference between facial expression detection and facial recognition?

By Elizabeth T. on Jun 18, 2020 5:24:43 PM

Facial expressions play an important role in recognition of emotions and are used in the process of non-verbal communication. Just like you hear your mother’s certain tone of voice---yes, *that* voice---you can quickly indicate a person’s feelings via their facial expression. This helps describe a person’s emotional state. Facial expressions assist us in ascertaining a person’s emotions and frame of mind. 

Researchers and scientists utilize facial expression detection in exploring the field of emotion  recognition.  Much of the research focuses on recognizing  seven  basic  emotional  states:  neutral,  joy,  surprise, anger, sadness, fear, and disgust.

Topics: Science Diversity Pre-Employment Testing
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5 Steps to Implement Racial Equity in Your Workplace

By Elizabeth T. on Jun 15, 2020 12:17:18 PM

The police killing of George Floyd in Detroit, Michigan sparked peaceful demonstrations around the world. Thousands gather in cities across the world to show solidarity with US demonstrators, protesting racial injustice within the US police system.

Topics: Diversity Organizational Culture
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A Note on Addressing Current and Systematic Racism in the Workplace

By Elizabeth T. on Jun 9, 2020 12:06:30 PM

As a company dedicated to building a resilience and nimble work force, we see diversity as one of the key drivers in creating impactful companies.

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What's the Difference Between the Big 5, the Enneagram, and MBTI?

By Blog Team on May 28, 2020 10:25:25 PM

In the field of psychology, the five dimensions (the ‘Big Five’) are commonly used in the research and study of personality. Since the late 20th Century, these factors have been used to measure, and develop a better understanding of individual differences in personality. It's commonly used as a pre-employment assessment---and as a basis for other personality systems. The Enneagram and the Myers-Briggs pull from the science-based Big Five.

Topics: Science Pre-Employment Testing
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COVID Ushers In the Next Evolution of Job Hunting

By Elizabeth T. on May 27, 2020 9:51:18 AM

If a candidate hasn’t searched for a job in recent years, AI has greatly changed the landscape.  According to a Korn Ferry Global survey, 63% of respondents said AI has changed how recruiting is done in their organizations. It’s not only about the incredible, automated Applicant Tracking System (ATS) that is now common in companies. Applicants have to not only get past the human gatekeepers when they are searching for a new job, but they’re also now having to hone the skills to pass the artificial intelligence (AI) component in the early-stage screening.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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How to Build and Manage a Remote Team in Weird 2020

By Elizabeth T. on May 15, 2020 12:09:25 PM

Oh 2020, you're a weird one. We're really trying our best. Companies are quickly trying assess how the world of work is going to continue---including how to build teams and successfully manage them. Even with many employees workig from home. Organizations are digitizing their hiring process with an online recruitment system, allowing employees to work from home permanently, and making Zoom an unofficial employee. 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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With 15 Million Users, What Does This HR Manager Focus On?

By Caroline R. on May 12, 2020 2:43:43 PM

In a remote interview, HR Manager at VirtuaGym, Sandrien de Nijs tells us about her role in scaling up at the fitness coaching company. She shares with us how the role of the employee has changed for the better, why they don't have difficulty in finding tech talent, and the challenges in managing talent, especially during this time of COVID-19. 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
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Contactless buildings, customized carpet, and COVID-19: the New Office

By Elizabeth T. on May 11, 2020 2:45:29 PM

The trend for working from home may suit some companies while they redesign their office spaces to cater to new social distancing guidelines. Nearly every company is clamouring to find how to make their business processes digital, from finding an online recruitment system to team brainstorming. Business leaders are not only looking to solve for the short-term, but also for the long-term consequences of COVID-19. 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
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5 Things You May Get Wrong When Hiring a Headhunter for Your Company

By Elizabeth T. on May 7, 2020 3:46:37 PM

 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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Post-Coronavirus: 10 Ways the World of Work Will Change

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 28, 2020 9:42:24 AM

The biggest question on everyone’s mind: what will the new normal be? What’s going to happen to the workplace? The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has generated new insights into how employees and employers will reshape the workplace. For decades, there has been a discussion on “future of work”. Currently, this is it. With many companies using work-from-home policies to continue operations, for example, there will be a waterfall of changes to come.

Topics: Organizational Culture
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What Big Data Means for Values-Based Healthcare Recruitment

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 21, 2020 12:54:16 PM

Big data in healthcare tends to refer to health data like electronic health records (EHRs), medical imaging, and medical devices. But big data can also be applied to identify the care-takers and professionals managing healthcare recruitment systems.

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Why Healthcare Recruitment is Asking for the Big 5

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 17, 2020 11:04:36 AM

 

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Why You May Need to 'Fire' a Candidate

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 8, 2020 3:15:34 PM

Candidates are the life-blood of recruiting strategies, big or small. Everything within a business is geared towards converting new customers, retaining a diverse talent pool, and creating strong candidate sourcing. In fact, Retorio supports companies in retaining their own best “customers”---their employees and candidates. We use video recruiting, artificial intelligence, and the Big 5 personality model to provide insights to employers about how to win and retain the best talent. 

Topics: Candidate Experience
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AI Video Recruiting Moves Like Lightning: Why Health Recruitment Needs It Now

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 1, 2020 6:21:26 PM

Almost overnight, companies, cities, and countries have put out calls for qualified healthcare professionals. With COVID-19, telehealth providers have gained consumer acceptance---and demand. Hospitals and health care systems are needing to find rapid solutions to treat patients, handle treatment loads, and onboard professionals quickly. 

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When a Crisis Sideswipes Your Business: Here's What to Do

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 30, 2020 7:05:41 PM

The makings of a life include the happy acts of coincidence — running into a friend in a foreign country or discovering a new hole-in-the-wall taco place. Reminiscent of “Sliding Doors”, it may be the little things that usher us to entirely different situations. While some happenstances are pleasant, others remain less-than-ideal. For organizational culture and business, these small moments may endanger its own existence. If not handled prudently, an unexpected event may create long-term damage. The current health pandemic has greatly affected numerous industries and businesses. The travel industry alone is expected to lose $820 billion.

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The Ingredients of an Effective Team: Know Communication Style

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 27, 2020 4:52:58 PM

“Teamwork makes the dreamwork” is the not-so-scientific term that refers to how teams do things an individual or even a group can’t. Teams are characterized by a special sauce, or synergy, where individual efforts and skills make up a greater sum than its individual parts. 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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Here to Help: Get the Critical--Digital--Infrastructure You Need, Free

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 25, 2020 3:47:48 PM

We know plenty of companies are struggling to find the “new normal” right now.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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Remote Work Tips: Video Recruiting in the time of Corona

By Caroline R. on Mar 23, 2020 4:20:39 PM

While you might already be tired of hearing this inflationary word --I’m not saying it just yet-- the ongoing pandemia is certainly affecting all angles of our daily and professional lives.

Be it the way we learn --taking online classes for university or school--, communicate --transferring our social time to face calls or whatsapp messages-- or work --switching to home office and conference calls.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing
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What AI is and what it means for the recruitment process

By Caroline R. on Mar 17, 2020 3:52:04 PM

Due to a survey done by the IFS on 600 business leaders worldwide and a broad spectrum of industries, 90% of companies are implementing artificial intelligence (AI) projects, to make business operations more efficient.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting
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A Global Pandemic is Leading to Hiring 2.0: Are You Ready?

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 17, 2020 11:56:40 AM

Building a talent tunnel is a long-term task. But what to do in the age of global pandemics---with the most recent one, coronavirus set to disrupt every industry? The relationship building must not only continue, but it’s highlighted the development of a new era: Hiring 2.0.

Fortunately it doesn't involve bidding on eBay for $80 hand sanitiser.

The current challenge for hiring teams now is: getting to know candidates quickly—and remotely. Given the state of affairs, in-person interviews may not be an option right now, but filling vacancies is still very much game on. 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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Organizational Culture and Piktochart's Culture of Empathy

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 12, 2020 4:53:40 PM

Let’s examine one company who puts empathy at the core of what they do: Piktochart. Values lay at the core of Piktochart’s organizational culture and processes. Plenty of companies say they have a mission, values, and vision, but employees don’t necessarily feel a company’s values day-in and day-out. One root value may be missing in in the daily, empathy.

Topics: Organizational Culture
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Recruiters, This Could Ruin Your Work Life (and Candidate Sourcing)

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 3, 2020 4:45:32 PM

Recruiters have a lot to juggle: sourcing talent, finding qualified candidates, building resume databases, and ensuring candidates walk away with a positive impression regardless of outcome. With so many people and processes to consider, a hiring manager may be struggling with the silent killer of perfectionism. If companies are worried over quality candidate sourcing, they should take great care of keeping perfectionism out of their workplace.

Topics: Organizational Culture
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Candidate Experience: Deliver a Joyous Job Offer

By Caroline R. on Feb 27, 2020 12:45:14 PM

There are crucial times and opportunities where you should communicate with your candidates. Most importantly in order to:

Along all these steps, you manage the candidates' image of and overall experience with your company, thus affecting whether they apply for future positions or how they talk about your company to friends and family (or on platforms like kununu.com or glassdoor).

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Candidate Experience: Acknowledge Application

By Caroline R. on Feb 27, 2020 12:35:00 PM

There are crucial times and opportunities where you should communicate with your candidates. Most importantly in order to:

Along all these steps, you manage the candidates' image of and overall experience with your company, thus affecting whether they apply for future positions or how they talk about your company to friends and family (or on platforms like kununu.com or glassdoor).

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Candidate Experience: Schedule interview or reject

By Caroline R. on Feb 27, 2020 12:30:47 PM

There are crucial times and opportunities where you should communicate with your candidates. Most importantly in order to:

Along all these steps, you manage the candidates' image of and overall experience with your company, thus affecting whether they apply for future positions or how they talk about your company to friends and family (or on platforms like kununu.com or glassdoor).

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Darwin and Candidate Sourcing: How to Know When Change is Welcome

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 25, 2020 4:10:35 PM

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin may not be the authority figure on candidate sourcing (as he is in science), but he still packs a punch for recruiters. He’s highlighting the essential nature in today’s workplace: the ability to anticipate change and to execute it. It’s the rigid system---or recruiting strategy ---that is bound to collapse; it’s the recruitment process that is more resilient and more fluid that is bound to identify new candidates. Talent sourcing, sourcing candidates, and other sourcing strategies may not be a Darwinian science, but qualified candidates are bit of a rare breed.

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Without This Metric, Your AI Recruitment is Useless

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 24, 2020 3:32:20 PM

How many candidates request that golden interview hour of 11am? It’s not early for any party to feel sleepy or hungry; it’s not too late in the day to feel the fatigue of work. How many applicants vie for Tuesday or Wednesday slot? As explained by Glassdoor, the well-known job review site, shows that Tuesday is the optimal day for an interview.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing
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The Internet Tells Us About Their Candidate Experience

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 21, 2020 4:40:35 PM

If haven't applied to a job in the past 20 years, the almost-humorous (*almost*) nonsense of applying to a job may not hit home. You'd think since we have driverless cars and tourist-manned spaceships, it'd be simple to upload a resume---and then not have to go through 9 pages of filling out an application afterwards. But alas modern living (sigh). And yes, the modern candidate experience.

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Personality: the New Rule in Hiring for Job Fit

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 20, 2020 3:53:27 PM

If a company is not applying job fit to every position they’re posting, they risk accepting hiring ill-fitting candidates. Personality impacts everything on the job--from how they collect and observe information, their clothing choice, their relationship with colleagues, and what aspects of a job they’d enjoy (or hate). Personality doesn’t stop a single person An organization, a team, or the job itself can have a personality of its own. That’s why more and more companies, from Goldman Sachs to Disney, are assessing individual personality for job fit. We’ve saved one customer, HappyCar, over 70% in time-to-hire for their recruitment team by delving into the personality of candidates.

Topics: Organizational Culture
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Candidate Experience: What Exactly Are the 'Rules of Rejection'?

By Caroline R. on Feb 18, 2020 1:14:15 PM

There are crucial times and opportunities where you should communicate with your candidates:

Along all these steps, you manage the image candidates have of your company, thus affecting whether they apply for future positions or how they talk about your company to friends and family (or on platforms like kununu.com or glassdoor).

Topics: Candidate Experience
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The 'Amazon' Candidate Experience: Millennials and Gen Z Want AI

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 17, 2020 11:50:49 AM

Digital natives are a handful—and hold a handful of expectations on how the candidate experience should work. They don’t remember the world before the Internet. They expect speed and follow-through on services and products. The interconnectedness of social media, Google, and everything accessible within a few clicks means digital natives are used to playing the comparison game—and they’re good at it. Their behavior is similar to modern-day consumers---and what they're looking for in their recruiting experience.

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Losing Candidates in Recruitment? 10 Creative Ideas to Stop the Loss

By Caroline R. on Feb 13, 2020 4:14:24 PM

 

"Left, left, left..right, left, RIGHT, it’s a MATCH!"”

That Tinder profile’s quite got something! You instantly start wondering what they might be like in person. But should you write first or wait for them to start the chat?

Dating apps, like Tinder, make the user somewhat like a recruiter: assessing the qualities of the candidate and making a great first impression on your romantic vis-á-vis. After all, even the most promising match runs the risk of petering out.

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Design It Right: Candidate Experience Survey Questions

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 10, 2020 5:31:30 PM

You’ve got a great company with great vision and a shiny, great position is available. As a hiring manager, you practically already have a winning hand...right? These things will hardly matter if you don’t secure a high-calibre candidate experience in place. Just ask Virgin Mobile.

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Candidate Experience: Where To Find Tech Talent---and What They Want

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 6, 2020 11:59:09 AM

The war for talent is on. In 2018, unemployment in the US dropped to 3.8%, the lowest in 50 years. Finding candidates for positions is becoming an even harder struggle for hiring managers. Creating a candidate experience strategy begins knowing where to look. One of the biggest challenges for recruiters: “Where to find the best tech talent?”

Topics: Candidate Experience
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Extreme Personalities at Work and in Life - Is More Always Better?

By Caroline R. on Feb 5, 2020 4:56:23 PM

Push yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you
Don’t stop when you’re tired, stop when you’re done
Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Till your good is better and your better is best

But does this go the same for choosing candidates in the workplace?

Topics: Science Diversity
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Hiring with an AI Personality Test? You *Need* These 2 Metrics

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 30, 2020 2:17:02 PM

 

Topics: Science Pre-Employment Testing
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Find Your Company's 'Hidden Champions' With AI

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 27, 2020 6:54:49 PM

A study of over 1,400 North American CEOs and CFOs found 90% of participants said culture was important at their organizations. In tandem, the #1 priority of CEOS is hiring the right talent. Aligned skills, motivation, and values between employer and employee results in positive outcomes, like employee satisfaction. They outperform competitors by 20%; happy employees are 12% more productive than those who dislike their positions.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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Organizational Culture: the 6 Facets of a Strong, Brave Company

By Blog Team on Jan 17, 2020 10:21:05 AM

“Culture, we want a strong company culture” is probably one of the most common cries from corporate. A study of over 1,400 North American CEOs and CFOs found that 90% said culture was important at their organizations; one reason why executives want a strong, brave company culture is that it often leads to satisfied employees. Satisfied employees outperform competitors by 20%; happy employees are 12% more productive than those who dislike their positions.

Topics: Organizational Culture
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Video Interview for Recruitment ? Make Sure You Get the Right API

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 15, 2020 11:47:08 AM

You may not know so much about the value of APIs, or what a video interview exactly entails. An API (Application Program Interface) allows the capabilities of one computer program be easily used by another. Two different computers are able to quickly communicate with each other, allowing easy business growth and rapid development. Companies spend $590 million per year trying to cobble together different types of systems. APIs are one way to centralize this kind of information easily, which inevitably improves the efficiency of hiring.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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History of the Big 5: Why This Online Psychometric Test Packs a Punch

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 10, 2020 11:44:27 AM

In the field of psychology, the five dimensions (the ‘Big Five’) are commonly used in the research and study of personality. Since the late 20th Century, these factors have been used to measure, and develop a better understanding of individual differences in personality. The psychometric test was born, providing answers into how an individual's abstract reasoning, how their verbal reasoning tests, and created a slew of other aptitude tests. However the Big 5 is regarded as the "gold standard" due to its decades-long research; it's the only psychometric test to reach scientific consensus.

Topics: Science Pre-Employment Testing
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Your Mom Jokes You're Neurotic, But Really, Are You?

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 7, 2020 4:51:50 PM

“Ain’t no party like a neurotic party”, said no one ever. Mostly because it would tend to look like a party thrown by Eeyore from the Winnie-the-Pooh books. Neuroticism is one of the five personality traits in the Big Five Personality Trait model. It's often confused with the word neuroses, which originated from the 18th century.

Topics: Science Pre-Employment Testing
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The Science Behind the Big 5 and How It Impacts AI

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 7, 2020 12:47:25 PM

Personality is usually defined by the set of behaviors, feelings, and thoughts that arise from a person’s biological and environmental state. While there’s no set definition behind the word “personality”, psychologists define its traits along 5 dimensions: introversion-extroversion (also spelled “extraversion”), agreeableness, openness, consciousness, and neuroticism (i.e. emotional stability).

Topics: Science Artificial Intelligence
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Dimensions of Personality: Conscientiousness and Agreeableness

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 2, 2020 3:33:54 PM

You may not be familiar with George A. Miller, but you may be familiar with some of the major ideas he spread to popular culture. He was one of the founders of cognitive psychology and believed the human mind used an information-processing model. He was the propeller in taking psychology from the ivory towers of academics and experts and integrating its learnings for people to learn from. In his 1969 American Psychological Association Presidential Address, he called this “giving psychology away” as part of a public service.

Topics: Science
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How to Ace the (Video) interview: the Best Prep Guide

By Elizabeth T. on Dec 18, 2019 1:59:52 PM

If you’ve ever wanted a one-stop, interview prep-shop, this is IT. From an in-person meeting or a video interview, we're here to help.Interviews can be the most intimidating thing in the entire world. A close second could be asking someone on a date—in real life. You know, not through an app. Swipes aside, we’re aiming to lay out the prep work for a fantastic interview.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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Suche nach dem besten psychometrischen Online-Test? Lernen Sie Retorio kennen.

By Blog Team on Dec 18, 2019 1:42:30 PM

Traditionelle Bewerbertests sind nach heutigen Erkenntnissen nicht mehr ausreichend. Menschen bilden bereits eine Zehntelsekunde nach dem Treffen erste Eindrücke und Urteile, und das ist selbst bei erfahrenen Personalvermittlern im Rahmen von Vorstellungsgesprächen nicht anders. Beurteilungen, die in den ersten 10 Sekunden eines Vorstellungsgesprächs getroffen werden, können das Ergebnis des Gesprächs vorhersagen (aufgrund des confirmation bias, dem Akt der Urteilsbildung und dem anschließenden Versuch zu bestätigen, dass dieses erste Urteil wahr ist).

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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Warum es für kleine Unternehmen riskanter ist nicht in KI zu investieren

By Blog Team on Dec 18, 2019 10:14:40 AM

Untersuchungen der globalen Managementfirma Accenture zeigen, dass zwei Drittel der befragten Unternehmen Investitionen in KI im Laufe des nächsten Jahres planen. Da erwartet wird, dass die Investitionen den Umsatz in den nächsten vier Jahren um über 30 Prozent steigern werden, ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass Unternehmen bereit sind, tiefer einzutauchen. Tatsächlich erwarten 56% der globalen CEOs, dass es nur drei bis fünf Jahre dauern wird, bis eine signifikanter Rendite der KI-Systeme erreicht wird.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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Best Practices in Pre-Employment Assessment, Short 'n Sweet

By Elizabeth T. on Dec 17, 2019 12:16:29 PM

From the moment a candidate spots a vacancy, the candidate experience commences. Even if an applicant is rejected after the first round, that individual will remember how they were treated. Making applicants feel comfortable around pre-employment assessments should be prioritized on the hiring journey. Given that $4,000 is the average amount that US companies spend to fill an open position, the pre-employment test needs to be effective. 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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No One Wants to Take Your Pre-Employment Assessment: What to Do

By Elizabeth T. on Dec 12, 2019 9:14:06 PM

If you take a peek in the online world, you’ll quickly realize a couple of things:
1. We use our unparalleled information age to create memes, 
2. Kanye loves Kanye, and 
3. people really, really dislike pre-employment assessments. 

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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AI Video Interview: Why It Connects the Dots for Our Brains

By Elizabeth T. on Dec 5, 2019 2:07:32 PM

We all know the modern human has the attention span of a goldfish. According to a study done by Microsoft, the human attention span is a cool 8 seconds long. With more technology and social media, our will to pay attention continues to evaporate. Even reading this sentence may be too exhausting for our video-loving brain—well, ahem, cat video-loving brain. Ironically in a culture with less patience and less eye contact, we lose our ability for the details; we may weaken our skill in giving people adequate time to show us who they are.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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What to Look for In An AI Vendor: The Checklist That Saves You Time

By Elizabeth T. on Dec 2, 2019 5:28:04 PM

It feels artificial intelligence (AI) is the talk of the town these days. Dozens of AI companies are working to overhaul entire industries, from law, picking out people's clothes, to online recruiting. With the rapid ascension of AI, it's natural for company executives or hiring managers to be a little suspicious of AI, or simply unsure of how to go about applying it.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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Online Recruiting: Do You Speak Fluent Boomer, Millennial, and Gen Z?

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 28, 2019 4:01:36 PM

If you haven’t noticed the entire world has gone online. Your university courses can now be held via a video conference; the advent of educational MOOCs; finding the love of your life (or not) via online dating websites or mobile apps; filing your taxes (less fun than Tinder, but definitely important); online grocery shopping; or making an online order to have an entire glam squad arrive at your own front door. Online recruiting is part of the Internet’s Wild West that’s gained maturity since the days of 90s job boards. (Shout out to Monster!) 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Candidate Experience
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Taylor Swift is Leading the Candidate Experience Revolution (Really)

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 25, 2019 4:33:21 PM

An applicant may not be a pop star, but word travels quickly in this digital age. Twitter. Glassdoor. Reddit. LinkedIn. Word on the street about a poor interview experience and a company could be trending hashtag.

Topics: Candidate Experience
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AI Recruitment: The Next Big Makeover in Talent Assessment Tools

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 21, 2019 10:00:00 AM

The amount of applications companies receive is astounding. Google alone receives over 2 million applications per year! Hiring can be a tricky business; companies want to find the best match, but also create a competitive edge throughout their hiring process. With unemployment down to 3.6% in the U.S., companies are eager to lock down top talent. Since companies are on the lookout for the talented few, they're looking to technology to aid in of the most critical pieces of the recruitment process: the talent assessment.

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing
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What is Values-based recruitment and why it's changing the talent game

By Blog Team on Nov 20, 2019 4:30:00 PM

Value-based hiring or recruitment is not a new approach in the talent acquisition world. The idea has long been in the recruitment industry. The recent focus on the significance of cultural fit and strategic hiring is what brought plenty of advantages for the companies looking for the perfect candidates. The overall process from strategic hiring to recruitment is termed as “value-based hiring.”

Topics: Organizational Culture
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How to write an email template for scheduling a (AI) video interview

By Christoph H. on Nov 20, 2019 2:56:48 PM

How to write an email template for scheduling an interview – with AI. The following How-To guidelines serve as an anchor to assist recruiters in crafting invitation emails for video interviews. While a lot of automation and ATS systems are already in place, the magic, human touch remains in high-demand. 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Candidate Experience
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WHY Video is the New Resume (CV) for Candidates and Companies

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 18, 2019 9:41:27 PM

If you enjoyed 80’s pop music, you may remember the Buggles’ one-hit wonder with its lyrics:"Video killed the radio star/ Video killed the radio star”. The song speaks of how video in the late 20th century annihilated the industry of radio and broadcasting. Not too different from how video is, uh, killing the resume. 

Topics: AI Video Recruiting
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In a Video Job Interview Red Flags Exists: Here's What to Look For

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 15, 2019 3:28:01 PM

Looking at a candidate's CV is not the equivalent of knowing them personally, obviously. It's not too different from trying to decrypt someone's Tinder profile: 

  • The top 3 job interview red flags
  • Our hiring (biased) brain
  • Simple steps to address bias in the hiring process
Topics: AI Video Recruiting Candidate Experience
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Why a Slam-Dunk Candidate Experience Means More customers, More money

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 13, 2019 12:14:43 PM

Hiring talent remains the number one concern of CEOs, according to the Conference Board Annual Survey. PwC’s 2017 CEO survey reports that chief executives view the unavailability of talent and skills as the biggest threat to their business. Employers also spend an enormous amount on hiring—an average of $4,129 per job in the United States. AI can help recruiters save time while focusing on finding the most qualified candidates.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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How AI Enhances Diversity in the Workplace: Unlock Unique Identities

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 8, 2019 10:05:31 AM

Till now, diversity referred to legally protecting underrepresented groups in the workforce. Now that much of those groups make up larger percentages of the global workforce, ethnic diversity has become a fixture, rather than an exception. The change in demography has ushered in the new workplace policies, but most importantly it enhances and streamlines HR functions and beyond. 

Topics: Diversity
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Special Announcement: Greenhouse and Retorio Team Up

By Elizabeth T. on Nov 6, 2019 3:39:21 PM

Greenhouse and Retorio are teaming up to create a winning culture of diversity and inclusion.

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Why It's Riskier for Small Businesses NOT to Integrate AI: What to Do

By Elizabeth T. on Oct 22, 2019 5:52:09 PM

Research conducted by global management firm Accenture shows two-thirds of organizations surveyed are planning investments in AI over the next year. Given investments are expected to boost revenue by over 30 percent over the next four years, it’s little surprise companies are eager to dive in. In fact, 56% of global CEOs expect it will take only three to five years to see a significant ROI on AI systems.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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Science shows the real danger of slow adaptation in AI for HR

By Elizabeth T. on Oct 16, 2019 5:12:53 PM

Ready or not, artificial intelligence (AI) and human intuition are going to be ultimate power couple. AI for talent strategy may surpass the likes of Jay-Z and Beyonce, Simba and Nala, or bacon eggs. AI and talent professionals will be carving out the future of fast-thinking companies.

Topics: Science Artificial Intelligence
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No Fluff: Science Says This Will Transform Your Talent Strategy

By Elizabeth T. on Oct 14, 2019 7:34:49 PM

18th century Russian writer Anton Chekov may seem the last person to consult with on business. He earned his living as a doctor and writing plays. However he did pen a precious nugget of wisdom, “Man is what he believes”. This kind of philosophy can perforate throughout an organization. In fact, it could be changed to “A company is what it believes”.

Topics: Science
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Your How-To in a Game-Changing Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan

By Blog Team on Oct 14, 2019 7:34:06 PM

Influenced by the emerging conversations of exclusion and injustice within society as a whole, creating a diverse and inclusive workforce has rapidly become a top priority for companies. After all, it can only lead to more a healthier bottom-line.

Topics: Diversity
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Conflict Between LeaDers: What Cardi B, Trump, and Jack Ma Teach Us

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 10, 2019 6:32:17 PM

There's so much "beef"in 2019, Planet Earth has become an interstellar butcher shop.

The latest news about Jack Ma’s stepping down from Alibaba is triggering questions of leadership in conflict. When a person becomes a public figure, they inadvertently become a leading force. Even 6 year old North West is a leader due to her taste in clothing design, mostly paving the way how rich parents dress their preschoolers. But what happens when these public figures, company leaders become embroiled in conflict with each other

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Inspired by Bad Boss Habits? Make Your Own Employee Engagement Goals

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 9, 2019 3:22:58 PM

You’re a terrific boss, but what are your employee engagement goals? You’re an employee who wants to succeed, but your boss is a little difficult—to say the least. Maybe they have control issues or you feel they overlook your skills.

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5 Common Misconceptions about AI Tools for HR

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 3, 2019 2:13:06 PM

We understand the needs of human resources. That’s why we created Retorio.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence Pre-Employment Testing
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Waste $20 Billion Dollars or Create HR Metrics for Recruitment

By Elizabeth T. on Sep 2, 2019 4:42:58 PM

If your goal is to find qualified people, you may want to consider HR metrics for recruitment. Hiring talent usually remains one of the top priorities for most companies. The Conference Board Annual Survey reported that CEOs believe finding talent is their top priority.

And it shows: companies spend $20 billion on human resources; most of that goes towards recruitment vendors. The process of recruitment may take many forms—from the subcontractors in India scouring LinkedIn to application-tracking software to personal interviews.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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Why Your Brain Loves This Employee Relocation Checklist

By Elizabeth T. on Aug 30, 2019 3:54:23 PM

An employee relocation checklist may seem trivial compared to the hands-on process of relocating an employee overseas, but your brain will thank you.  After all, it’s usually the pared-down solutions that simplify complicated processes.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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What Tool Is Best for an Online Psychometric Test?

By Blog Team on Aug 5, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Eighty percent of US Fortune 500 companies and over 75% of the Times Top 100 companies in the UK use psychometric tests. Should you use them too?

Psychometric tests can, for example, fall into one of two categories: ability (what can you do?) or personality (what are you like?). Like most everything else nowadays, they have moved from paper and pencil to the digital world and can be most commonly found in the form of online tests.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence Pre-Employment Testing
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Face, Emotion, And Body Pose Recognition For Sales Recruitment With AI

By Blog Team on Jul 29, 2019 6:00:00 AM

The value of salespeople for your company is obvious; as they are responsible for sales, they directly make money for the company. However, at first glance, it’s not easy to see if someone would make a good salesperson. Salespeople are famous for being able to present themselves (“sell themselves”) well. During sales recruitment, how can you tell if a candidate is just “selling” him or herself or if they would truly make a great addition to your sales team?

Read on to discover more challenges in hiring salespeople, and how to overcome some of these difficulties by gaining valuable insights from body pose and face recognition technology.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting
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5 Things Every Sales Manager Should Know

By Blog Team on Jul 22, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Sales managers, you have a tough job: direct a team, define targets, train and motivate others to succeed, and the list goes on. Here are five fact-based tips to help you do your best in this role.

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Looking for the Best Psychometric Test Online? Meet Retorio.

By Blog Team on Jul 17, 2019 6:41:00 AM

Traditional candidate testing just doesn’t cut it anymore. Humans form first impressions and judgments just one-tenth of a second after meeting someone, and this is no different for even experienced recruiters in the context of interviews. Judgments made in the first 10 seconds of an interview can predict the result of the interview (thanks to confirmation bias, the act of forming a judgment and then attempting to confirm that this initial judgment is true).

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing
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How to Screen Job Applicants Faster Using Artificial Intelligence

By Blog Team on Jul 8, 2019 5:35:00 AM

Thousands of candidates may apply for a single job. The number of applications received for a single position can be overwhelming, and it can take up to 23.5 hours of time to review all of them. Traditional application screening is drawn-out and inefficient. 

The process can also be frustrating for the job applicant if he or she must wait a long time to hear if they have been selected for the next selection round. Top candidates with offers elsewhere may even drop out of the process if they get impatient. Luckily, artificial intelligence now exists and can help you screen faster, and review even more candidates.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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Essential Advice for a Flawless Job Candidate Assessment

By Blog Team on Jul 2, 2019 12:00:00 PM

A more thorough candidate assessment process which takes less time. Impossible, right? Not anymore. In our digital world with advancing technology across all industries (including HR), this seemingly inconceivable feat can be accomplished.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Candidate Experience
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Soft Skills Assessment Test with AI Recruiting Software

By Blog Team on Jun 25, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Soft skills are extremely important and will become increasingly relevant as more and more tasks become automated. When will being creative or a team player ever go out of style? HR professionals agree: Ninety-two percent of talent professionals consider soft skills to be equally or more important than hard skills when hiring. Although there is a consensus that soft skills are important, 70% of talent professionals read body language as a way to assess soft skills and 57% admit they do not know how to accurately assess them.

Even though you can gather a lot from a person within the first seconds of meeting them, it is difficult to assess whether that person will likely succeed in a specific company or role.

This is where AI soft skills assessments can greatly assist you.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence Pre-Employment Testing
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Hiring Salespeople: Top 5 Questions to Ask in a Sales Interview

By Blog Team on Jun 18, 2019 10:00:00 AM

An interview is more than the succession of questions and answers between a candidate and an interviewer. It is rather about how the candidates: 1) present themselves, 2) organize their thinking, and 3) show the ability to articulate on the spot.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing
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Traditional Recruiting vs. AI Recruiting: How to Win the War for Talent

By Blog Team on Jun 12, 2019 4:29:24 PM

An increasingly competitive landscape for recruiting talented employees requires the integration of new technologies and recruiting techniques. Soft skills are becoming increasingly important in today's business world but are hard to detect from a CV.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting
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Employee Turnover Calculator: Why Companies Should Check ROI

By Blog Team on Apr 1, 2019 1:28:01 PM

A sales person who quits your company will not only leave an emotional gap in your organization, but also a monetary gap in your annual balance sheet. Turnover causes surprisingly big costs, especially in your sales department. Now, you have to hire new sales people. The true costs are hard to estimate but can be calculated in order to know how to reduce them.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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How Recruiters Can Identify Talent Faster with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

By Blog Team on Mar 26, 2019 2:51:47 PM

Admit it, sifting through an overwhelming number of CVs is not fun. It’s also often a waste of time considering that most applicants do not fit job requirements. You already have enough on your plate. The lengthy hiring process negatively affects candidates too—if waiting a long time, potential candidates may be deterred from an open position and into that of a competitor’s.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting
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Data Has a Better Idea: AI Becomes the Driving Force in Many Industries

By Blog Team on Feb 17, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer just present in science fiction but is the driving force behind many of today’s technological breakthroughs encompassing various industries. While China presented the world’s first AI anchor in 2018, football clubs in London employed an AI Coach for tactical insights to improve their team performance, and animal conservationists currently use it to prevent poaching. Today, it improves the efficiency of simple tasks at home and at work. In fact, AI has the potential to fundamentally change the way companies do business.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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Flexible, Dynamic, and Tailored: How AI Transforms Sales Training

By Blog Team on Feb 15, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Flowers are in bloom and it’s time for your company to do some spring cleaning—get rid of your outdated sales training techniques and make way for new, innovative methods. In times of constant digital transformation, sales reps face new challenges.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
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HumanAI: All about Retorio’s AI-based Communication Training

By Blog Team on Feb 13, 2019 5:04:49 PM

A smile is worth a thousand words

Everyday, we use facial expressions, gesture, body language, and our voice to communicate. With every word and expression our vis-à-vis evaluates our communication skills, personality and reacts to our emotions, whether we show or try to hide them.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence

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