David Schilling

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Tesla, SpaceX & Experiential Recruiting

Posted by David Schilling on Mar 25, 2019 12:28:15 PM

Attracting Top Talent Using Experiential Recruiting

Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Larry Ellison are just a few titans of industry who have left college early to start businesses. According to Musk, while graduating from a top university may suggest a student has what it takes to do great things, it is not necessarily so.

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Topics: millennials, recruiting, corporate recruiting, genz, experiential recruiting

Innovative Recruiting Methods for Millennials & GenZ

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 22, 2019 1:50:00 PM

According to LinkedIn, companies are using new and innovative recruiting strategies including:

  • Holding national hiring days to generate interest in their brand & employment opportunities.
  • Using employees to help craft authentic stories about their experiences with their company's brand.
  • Developing "top priority" talent pipelines so that strategic corporate objectives can be met.
  • Doing 100% remote college recruiting, thereby expanding their pool of candidates.
  • Freeing up time for recruiters by using AI and machine learning.
  • Doing text interviews as a way of saving time and money.
  • Seeking ways to reduce stress felt during the recruiting process.
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Topics: millennials, corporate recruiting, innovative recruiting, genz

College Freshman & Sophomores Now Part of Corporate Recruiting & Networking Events

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 13, 2019 10:30:16 AM

 Because of the 21st Century "War For Talent" colleges and universities are inviting freshman and sophomores to college recruiting and networking events as early as their first day on campus. Of course colleges and universities emphasize the curriculum students will be learning. But providing connections to top companies from freshman year on helps attract better students. And these events help colleges, universities and employers place students in jobs that are more likely to meet their talents, interests and expectations.

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Topics: employment, college graduates, corporate recruiting

Key Skills College Graduates Need to Succeed

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 12, 2019 9:50:47 AM

“Hard Skills” vs. “Soft Skills”

Jobs in science and technology, accounting, finance, medicine and law require potential candidates to have specific university degrees that teach students hard skills. Hiring managers see hard skills as easily defined and measured and include knowledge of such things as software programs, math, engineering, statistics, medicine, writing, etc.

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Topics: skills, college graduates, abilities

Are Tech Companies Killing the Goose That Laid the Golden Egg?

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 8, 2019 1:03:35 PM

Due to the war over top technical talent and a shortage of qualified candidates companies like Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and CISCO have turned to hiring tenured professors and graduate students with six-figure incomes and the opportunity to do research with endless funding.

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Topics: war for talent, tech companies, employment, labor shortage

The War for Talent Cannot Be Neglected

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 8, 2019 11:33:41 AM

Those involved in talent acquisition may benefit from reading Sun Tsu’s “The Art of War.” The book has been a bible for generations by those wishing to succeed on Wall Street. It may now have relevance to the task of finding world class talent and the perfect person for the job.

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Topics: hiring, talent acquisition

Why is Job Candidate Experience so Important?

Posted by David Schilling on Jan 30, 2019 11:31:32 AM

Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) focuses on how a company manages and improves relationships with current and future job candidates. Companies are now focused on making sure job candidates have good feelings and attitudes towards a company after the recruiting process has completed- whether there is a job offer or not.

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Topics: hiring, candidate experience

The Challenge of Aging & the World of Work

Posted by David Schilling on Jan 28, 2019 4:37:31 PM

An important global issue in coming years is aging. What are the demographics of societies around the world and what are the trends? Some countries like Japan are seeing their populations decline while others like most countries in Africa are experiencing growth.

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Topics: global issues, aging

The Founding of Shiru Cafe

Posted by David Schilling on Jan 11, 2019 3:58:28 PM

Yuliy Kakimoto first envisioned Shiru Cafe during his early years at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan. He was a member of a local snowboarding club that largely consisted of professionals: bankers, engineers, software developers, lawyers, doctors, and brokerage executives, who shared a love of snowboarding. Regularly driving 6 hours to the best snowboarding venue in Japan, located in Nagano where the Olympics were held, Mr. Kakimoto spent countless hours talking to over 80 professionals about education, careers and industries. 

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Topics: millennials, history, founder

Peering into the Future of Corporate Recruiting

Posted by David Schilling on Jan 11, 2019 9:15:00 AM

What is the Future of Recruiting?

According to a LinkedIn Talent Solutions 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report hiring great talent is set to become much tougher in coming years. The report cites the emergence of high skill, high technology jobs, shrinking talent pools and increasing global competition.

In the report recruiting industry professionals identified the following trends as extremely important to the future of recruiting: 1) more diverse candidates (78%), new interviewing tools (56%), big data (50%) and artificial intelligence (35%).

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Topics: future, job search, recruiting


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