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Tag: Recruiting

The New Rules of Recruiting

Today’s Morning Buzz is by Jenny Kosek. Connect with her on Twitter or LinkedIn. What I’m Reading: Cursed: An Anthology of Dark Fairy Tales What I’m Watching: Evil What I’m Listening to: The Pierces, Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge _____________________ The rules of recruiting have changed. As many organizations are aware, hiring was tough … Continued

ELGL19 Session: Skills Based Recruiting & Hiring

Time: 2:00 pm Thursday, May 16 Location: Morris Street Hallway, Room #1  Breakout: Skills Based Recruiting & Hiring Standard recruiting and hiring processes seem to be dominated by a focus on degree and pedigree. Rigid job descriptions and strict qualification standards unnecessarily limit applicant pools and take the focus away from what is actually important. … Continued

Podcast: The Business Case for Employee Engagement

Bob Lavigna Director Institute for Public Sector Employee Engagement LinkedIn | Twitter Measuring employee engagement. Bob Lavigna the Director of the Institute for Public Sector Employee Engagement at CPS HR joined the podcast to talk about why organizations should take employee engagement seriously. He argues that there is a business case to keeping employees engaged at … Continued

Podcast: Changing Recruitment in Local Government with Ron Holifield

Ron Holifield CEO Strategic Government Resources (SGR) LinkedIn | Twitter Playing matchmaker and reducing implicit bias. The CEO of Strategic Government Resources (SGR), Ron Holifield, joined GovLove to talk about how they are pushing local governments to change how they recruit. He shared his career path from time as a City Manager to leading a recruiting firm. … Continued

Podcast: Filling Top Level Vacancies with Michael Brown, City Manager, Hillsboro, OR

Michael Brown City Manager Hillsboro, OR Bio The City Manager of Hillsboro, Oregon, Michael Brown, joined GovLove to talk about his approach to recruiting for department directors and other top level vacancies. Michael shared how when his Assistant City Manager announced their retirement he spent time rethinking the position and allowing the departments and staff … Continued

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