The Secret to Overcoming Unconscious Biases When Interviewing Candidates

Face it—when you hire someone, you’re judging them on a multitude of characteristics: what employers they’ve worked for, what experience they gained from those employers, how they answer your questions, the tone of their voice, the outfits they’re wearing, the way they do their hair… Yeah, that’s right, and you know it. You’re totally judging […]


by Kate Weimer • August 31, 2017
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Why Your Employees Left In 4 Words

Losing awesome talent can feel a lot like a breakup – except employees won’t give the old “It’s not you, it’s me” speech, because most of the time it really is you, the company. Unfortunately, we often don’t find out about an employee’s professional grievances with our organizations until they have already made up their […]


by Emily Kocoloski • August 30, 2017

The 5 Components Your Monthly Communications to ATS Candidate Pools Should Have

Even though social media is where everyone in the marketing space (including recruitment marketing) loves to focus their attention these days, the more traditional email campaign is a long ways away from laying six feet under. In fact, you’d be foolish to not incorporate some type of email campaigning into your recruitment marketing strategy. Therefore, […]


by Kate Weimer • August 25, 2017

To Ask or Not To Ask For The Salary History?

  “What do you currently make?” a question we’ve all heard at least once in our lifetimes.   “Why does it matter?” a response we’ve all thought more than once in our lifetimes.   Salary talk is cringe-worthy—there’s no doubt about that. It’s awkward on both the recruiter and the candidate ends.   Unfortunately, a […]


by Elizabeth Dickerson • August 23, 2017

How to Be an Effective Recruiting Leader

In a world that is constantly evolving and changing, it’s hard to define what the ideal or perfect leader is. Different companies, teams, and individuals require different leaders to guide them through the ever evolving landscape which surrounds them, particularly in the recruiting world. Now you might be asking how or why you should be […]


by Al Hill • August 18, 2017

How To Kill Your Candidate’s Interest During The Interview

Yes, you read the title of this blog post correctly. To improve our interview processes we must first make a few hiring mistakes of our own so that we can learn from them. After being on both sides of the hiring process, our team has learned a thing or two about best-interviewing practices. So, luckily […]


by Emily Kocoloski • August 14, 2017

Setting New Recruiters Up For Success

It is inevitable for any new hire to get that uncontrollable feeling of both excitement and nervousness the day they start a new job. It’s human and we think it is totally okay. We all have been there and have experienced the feelings that come with walking into the first day or week at a […]


by Al Hill • August 11, 2017

Lean In Got Hacked! Who Did It?

Sooo…. Our video series featuring our fearless leader, Shannon Russo, got hacked. Sometimes things go awry—but can you help us figure out who did it? By the way, happy birthday Shannon! Thanks so much for making all of us at Kinetix feel appreciated and motivated to keep the business going strong. We love you! Can’t […]


by Elizabeth Dickerson • August 10, 2017

It’s Only a Matter of Time Until You Hire a Digital Employee – What Does that Mean for Your “Analog” Employees?

CMS Wire recently posted an article titled, Ready or Not, Here Come the ‘Digital Employees’. It was the term ‘Digital Employees’ that caught my attention in the article’s title. HR has been talking about the dreaded artificial intelligence takeover since someone put the letters ‘A’ and ‘I’ next to each other, but never had I […]


by Kate Weimer • August 8, 2017

How to Build a Referral Campaign That Will Take Your Pipeline to the Next Level

One of the most sure bets on finding the perfect candidate to fill a role is via a referral. Rather than relying on you and the candidate finding each other, there’s a middleman who can bring the two sides together, confirming on both sides that this role is a great fit for the candidate, and […]


by Kate Weimer • August 6, 2017

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