Sevenstep RPO Blog

Tom Leeper
18 November, 2020

Webinar: How to Win the Next Generation of Supply Chain Talent

The demand for supply chain talent reached unprecedented heights during the COVID-19 outbreak, but the industry had already been facing a talent shortage.

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Nikki Vachon
25 September, 2018

Engaged Employees: Everybody Wants Them – Here’s How to Spot Yours

A year and a half ago, now Sevenstep President Amy Bush walked by my desk and said “Nikki, you like to travel, right?” [Definitely.] “You have a passport, right?” [Yep.] “Ok, we’re going to catch up soon.”

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Koye Adejumo
18 September, 2018

Internal Passive Candidate Engagement: Building a Culture of Internal Mobility

Chances are, if you feel a lack of opportunity in your current position – upward or laterally – you would likely consider other career opportunities outside your company. You may even pursue them.

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Beth Gilfeather
03 October, 2013

Powering Up Internal Mobility: Treat Internal Candidates Like External Candidates!

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Thinking Ahead
10 July, 2013

Talent Communities Matter. Here's Proof.

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Thinking Ahead
11 June, 2013

I Have a Talent Community, Now What Do I Do With It?

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Thinking Ahead
26 February, 2013

Talent Community Definition

The talent community concept continues to be one of the hottest topics in talent acquisition. It’s also a concept that Seven Step really believes in, and more importantly, has seen significant results from.

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Thinking Ahead
13 December, 2012

Will Facebook Recruiting Be A Friend or Foe to RPO?

"Like" it or not, the social recruiting universe is expanding. Facebook has entered the scene with its long-awaited job board, aggregating open positions from an array of public and private career resources to help candidates find jobs. So will Facebook prove a friend or foe to RPO?

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Thinking Ahead
12 October, 2012

Best Practices for Recruiters: Your First Impression Matters Too!

“You have only one chance to make a first impression.” This old adage is especially true in recruiting. So much depends on a successful first point of contact: not only the impression a candidate gets of a job opportunity, but also of you as a recruiter. Come off the wrong way, and you’ve likely lost that person’s ...

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Thinking Ahead
25 July, 2012

Recruiting the Right Millennial Employee

It’s no secret that millennials are having a particularly tough time in the current job market. In fact, recent research by Generation Opportunity, an organization connecting with young Americans through advanced social media outreach and traditional organization, points to a 12.8 % unemployment rate for people ...

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