Agile's Talent Series Part 2 Tired of Shifting Through Job Board Resumes—New Thoughts on Finding and Sourcing the Right Talent Author: Heather Lovell Have you ever hired someone with the perfect experience, perfect credentials, just to find after a few months that they were completely wrong
New Recruiting Options for a Changing Marketplace Author: Heather Lovell Anyone in charge of building teams understands the difficulty of finding great talent in an economy where unemployment is at an all-time low, and actually negative in some industries like tech. There are more ways than
Agile's Talent Series Part 1 The Changing Environment of Talent Author: Heather Lovell Whether you are an HR manager, a small business owner looking to fill a position, or a recruiter you are well aware that finding and retaining talent got really difficult in 2018. When
Rethinking Your Employee's First Day on The Job A Memorable Statement of Your Culture Author: Heather Lovell It is well known that you never get a second chance to leave a first impression. In the business world, this is hammered into candidates and new hires, yet
Investing in Relationships An Agile Partnering Culture Snapshot Author: Heather Lovell At Agile we care deeply about the relationships we are building—with our staff, clients, and candidates. We are passionate about building a business that teaches others how to do business better, so it is important
Failing Forward Author: Heather Lovell A week ago, I felt a bit like a hamster on one of those squeaky exercise wheels. I was tasked with updating our web copy to better reflect our company direction and products—for the 3rd or 4th time in the last
Client Delight Author: Heather Lovell As I return home from a whirlwind trip across country visiting one of our clients in Florida, I am tired. Tired and very happy. Our client has been working with us for 1 year and I flew out to take the
Best Practices Working with Third Party Recruiters Author: Heather Lovell Building a talented team is hard. The job description writing, the resume screening, the constant interviewing. When you want to expand your internal teams recruiting capacity, third party recruiting and staffing firms can be valuable partners.