TalentShare Blog

Shared sourcing is a new way to source better candidates, faster, so you can slash the time it takes to hire qualified candidates.

Shared Sourcing is Smarter Sourcing

One of the biggest challenges in the quest to fill jobs with high quality workers continues to be candidate sourcing. Sourcing has traditionally been a massive time sink. Based on recent reports, companies waste over $2B annually on sourcing candidates.

Great Candidate Experiences Start and End with Communication

Candidate Communication Series

Countless studies have been conducted that show how important it is for companies to communicate consistently with their employees, customers, and partners. Why? Communications with the importance audiences directly impact company brand perception.

Application Status Should Not Be A Secret

Candidate Communication Series

Poor communication alienates candidates. Some express their frustration to a small circle of friends and colleagues, others go online to share their negative experience and frustration with a broader audience. To avoid that negative feedback, follow these three guidelines to make your application process more transparent.

From Student to Company Rock Star: How to Communicate With Early Stage Job Candidates

Candidate Communication Series

The 2017 graduating class is now officially flooding the job market. And as companies attempt to tap into the unbound potential of these new graduates, I think it’s important to take a moment to consider how these grads communicate, in order to quickly grab -- and keep -- their attention in this competitive job market.

Companies, recruiters and hiring managers that adopt fresh approaches to sourcing, screening and hiring will stay ahead of competitors in the race for talent.

Infographic: The War for Talent is Real - Here's 8 Tips on How to Ensure You Win

With over 6.7 million job openings and just 6.4 million available workers to fill them, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a war for talent has been waged. Companies that win the best talent are the ones likely to produce the best products, build the strongest marketing and sales strategies and win in their markets.

Download the Ebook Winning the War for Talent

Winning the War for Talent Just Got Easier

Companies that win the best talent are the ones likely to produce the best products, build the strongest marketing and sales strategies and win in their markets. Yet, research shows that an average of 85% of candidates are rejected immediately, leaving only 15% of all candidates who are qualified and relevant.

TalentShare is gathering and normalizing data from multiple ATS platforms, and hundreds of companies with thousands of candidates

The Essential Function of Normalized Data in Today’s Talent Acquisition Process

Our mission is to improve the recruiting process for both companies and applicants. We believe data is foundational to successful recruiting, and that smarter use of data can shorten time to hire for talent professionals while improving the candidate experience for applicants. Data about positions, company hiring requirements, and candidates is contained in a company’s Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

Data scientists come from many different places

Your Next Data Scientist May Have Been A Banker or a Psychologist

The prevailing line of thought may be that it’s hard to find a well qualified data scientist coming from a background other than deep computer science, we contend it is possible. In fact, we're seeing this battle for data scientist talent play out in real-time in our talent sharing platform. Talented candidates can indeed be successfully hired from other industries.

Negotiate for what you deserve

Ask For It

Learning to negotiate and asking for what you want is a skill that any person, man, woman or child, can learn and perfect. You just need to try. It may be uncomfortable or even scary the first time you negotiate and ask for your value. If you get an answer that is less than optimal, pause. Perhaps, propose a creative solution that can work for you AND your soon-to-be employer.