November 14, 2023

Talent Acquisition is Misunderstood

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Jeff Smith, Partner and Recruitment Solutions Engineer offers insights on the undervalued nature of recruiting. There’s a misconception that recruiting is a straightforward task. In other words, easy. Dismissed as merely matching resumes with job descriptions over a phone call. However, Jeff emphasizes how recruiting is a nuanced process involving a deep understanding of individuals and their diverse motivations. It requires a compassionate approach to effectively match the right people with the right organizations.

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