The demand for supply chain talent reached unprecedented heights during the COVID-19 outbreak, but the industry had already been facing a talent shortage.
Here’s the thing: companies like to talk about themselves. And, they don’t always think about the candidate experience when they do. Common to be found on company career sites today are a list of awards, what the company does in the community and then their jobs, which often outline a lot of requirements but say ...
Many of today’s leading CEOs are revered as near-rockstars. They’re followed by millions on social media, their lives are documented in gossip columns, and some, like T-Mobile’s John Legere and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, sort of look the part.
If you’re unsure about social media for business, you should know this:
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.”
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.
Here at Sevenstep, we get the opportunity to work with some very large, well-known brands on the transformation of their Talent Acquisition strategy. As their recruitment partner, we know intimately how hard these companies work at getting their employer brand to be as strong as their overall brand.