Real-world data, analysis, and tips for recruiting teams hiring remote and non-remote jobs (including hybrid jobs).
Evergreen jobs are hard to find on job boards, they can turn off candidates who don’t get a response, and they wreck recruiting analytics.
DEIB is in the spotlight. Diversity and inclusion are concepts that most people know, but equity and belonging are becoming more prevalent.
Should your organization pay candidates for the trial projects you ask them to do as part of your hiring process?
How corporate jargon, corporate cliches, and soft skills in your job posting language can confuse and deter qualified and unqualified job seekers alike.
It’s tempting in a tight labor market to try to make job more appealing. But title inflation does more harm than good. Here’s why.
Tokenism in recruiting and interviewing is a bad-faith effort to artificially increase the diversity of candidate pools and workforces.
Is including years of experience in a job post ageism? It depends on how you use it, but it’s not ageism in most cases.
Software adoption isn’t easy, so Datapeople offers robust analytics insight into your entire recruiting process, including platform usage.
Recruiting analytics isn’t a visualization problem, it’s a data hygiene problem. Fortunately, data hygiene is manageable.