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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Oct, 18th 2017

The Two Parts of Recruiting You Should Be Automating

Finding employees can be a time-consuming process. In order to maximize your efficiency as a recruiter, there are two core parts of your recruitment activities you should automate to move the process along. You still need to make human connections with candidates in order to hire interns or find entry-level employees that are a good […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Oct, 13th 2017

Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring Recent Grads

When you’re trying to fill entry-level positions, it’s often useful to consider a talent pool of recent graduates. That being said, when you’re recruiting recent grads, there are a few mistakes you want to avoid. Here are some of the top ones to consider: Not Evolving Hiring Styles Today’s recent grads aren’t reading newspapers or […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Oct, 11th 2017

Pros and Cons of Lengthy Applicant Assessment Tests

According to a recent study by SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), more than 60 percent of the employers surveyed admit that they are having trouble recruiting top talent for open positions. In order to meet this challenge, many employers are turning to new hiring tools, such as pre-employment assessment tests, including personality tests and […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Employee Success posted: Oct, 2nd 2017

Tips for Successfully Onboarding Introverts

Introverts make up 33 to 50 percent of the U.S. population. Whether sourcing students and recent graduates or more seasoned employees, it’s likely you’ll end up hiring more than one person who is an introvert in the workplace. Introverts are different from extroverts in various ways, sometimes including the preference of working alone rather than […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Sep, 26th 2017

What Recruitment Metrics Should You Be Tracking?

Hiring the right candidate isn’t the final frontier of the recruitment process. Measuring the success of recruitment efforts is important, too. Whether you need to find entry-level employees to fill a junior developer role or a candidate with managerial experience, recruiting metrics help you measure the quality of your candidates and the success of your […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Sep, 22nd 2017

Social Recruiting Strategies to Find Job Candidates on Twitter

Social recruiting has become increasingly popular over the years, and for good reason. One survey indicated that for 43 percent of recruiters, social recruiting increased their pool of qualified candidates. So, it’s no wonder that Twitter is often recruiters’ social recruiting secret weapon for finding and hiring candidates to fill positions. You can get started recruiting […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Sep, 20th 2017

3 Ways to Develop a Great Employee Referral Program

Employee referral programs (ERP) have several benefits, including the ability to shorten the hiring process, save on hiring costs and enhance your pool of talent with credible sources. But not all ERPs are created equally. It’s important to develop your ERP with innovative practices to maximally improve your talent pool. Here are a few ways […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Recruiting Trends posted: Sep, 13th 2017

What the Revocation of DACA Could Mean for Employers

President Donald Trump revoked Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and the action is sending a wave of concern among employers. With its official ending on September 5, 2017, the now-defunct Obama-era program will impact more than 800,000 undocumented immigrants who were authorized to legally work in the United States. The program is slated to […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Hiring Strategy posted: Sep, 7th 2017

3 Red Flags to Watch for on a Job Candidate’s Social Media

Social media is increasingly infusing into everyone’s daily lives and frequently plays an important role in job candidate selection. It’s undoubtedly a valuable tool for taking a look into who a job candidate really is as opposed to what they put on paper or try to portray in an interview. Whether you want to hire […]


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By Theresa Bibeau in Announcements posted: Sep, 5th 2017

Recap: Symplicity’s Best Places to Work for Recent Grads 2017

Every year, Symplicity holds a competition among its clients to determine which companies are the best at hiring, retaining and nurturing recent college graduates. We judge using six factors: Glassdoor rating, work-life balance, pay, benefits and perks, company culture and professional development opportunities. We announced the winners in August, and we’re excited to provide a […]


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