Creating talent pipelines and talent pools has long last benefits for the organization

The Difference Between Talent Pools and Talent Pipelines

Did you know there’s a difference between building a talent pool and building a talent pipeline? The terms tend to be used interchangeably but really do have different meanings. Both talent pools and pipelines are important and have far-reaching benefits … Read More

Selection rate is a helpful metric for understanding your recruitment practices

An HR Metric For A Recruitment Concern: Selection Rate

Selection rate, or also know as Yield rate, measures how many people are going from one stage to the next of the recruitment process. It can provide a lot of insight into how people are moving through the recruitment process. … Read More

Offer acceptance rate

An HR Metric to Help Solve an HR problem: Offer Acceptance Rate

So here’s the situation… you are the Chief Talent Officer (CTO), overseeing all aspects of the workforce at your midsize financial company of 5,000 employees. This includes both HR and talent acquisitions (TA) teams. Business leaders have been expressing concerns … Read More

Talent acquisition and recruitment are used interchangeably but mean different things

Recruitment vs Talent Acquisition: What’s the Difference?

Words mean a lot and purposeful branding is important. Even the term “human resources” is evolving into more people-centric names. Titles are now using “people” or “talent” versus “human”. It’s a little ironic… we have to move away from the … Read More

Using HR metrics and HR analytics to aid recruitment

An HR Metric to Solve your HR problem: Time to Fill

Scenario You are an HR leader and want to measure the productivity of your talent acquisition (TA) team for three reasons. One… you’re looking to create KPIs for your team’s goals as the organization overall is becoming more data focused. … Read More