How do talent leaders and recruiting teams optimize their strategies and time so that they can bring in quality talent more quickly with less cost and less stress? It’s a good question, and one that we’re going to help you solve in this second blog series of “3 Big Problems in Recruitment (And How to Solve Them)".
There are countless opportunities in talent acquisition, but in this three-part series, we're highlighting the top pain points we hear most often from our customers and industry experts. But don't fret - you'll also learn key ways to combat each problem. We're kicking off by focusing on job description strategy.
What happens when your job requires you to perform tasks that can put you out of work? Or what about when your boss feels more like your equal and less like a boss? These and other topics are examined in this Bi-Weekly Roundup!
Entrepreneurs on top of their game have learned to be the masters of delegation. In one interview, Bill Gates told Harvard students, "If you want to have an impact, usually, delegation is important." If you’re having difficulty delegating, you’re not alone. Gates said that his inability to share responsibility is his biggest weakness. But he had to learn to let go, because it was hurting the progress of Microsoft in its early days.