technical recruiting

Overcoming Technical Recruiting Problems: Case Study Part 2

As I shared last week in part one, this is a case study on both how to and how not to fill your employment vacancies. It is based upon a recent technical recruiting assignment with a major food technology company near Cincinnati, Ohio. It is instructive as staffing lesson not … Read More


Technical Recruiting Obstacles of Major Food Company Part 1

In my over 30 years as a technical and engineering recruiter I have encountered more than my share of staffing problems. However, one search assignment stands out as an instructive recruiting lesson on both: a) what to do? And b) what not to do?

The tenants of this technical recruitment … Read More


Recruiting Can Be Streamlined By Phone Screening First!

The Labor Department reported on Friday that the last two months of jobs numbers have been very strong. Many economists and recruiting professionals, who feel that the U.S. economy is growing, also confirmed this!

As a result, employers need to be more vigilant in their technical and engineering recruiting practices. … Read More


Artificial Intelligence (AI) Recruiting Is Challenging technical and engineering recruitment teams

technical recruiters are finding a lack of quality AI professionals
As I have shared on many occasions, including during my two recent WGN Radio appearances, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is changing the world.

It is also stressing out many technical recruitment teams. This is the case because many companies worldwide are facing growing shortages of AI experts. These increased … Read More


Two Part Formula For Attaining Both Technology Greatness And Rapid Jobs Creation!

Strategic Search Corporation are specialists in technical recruiting and engineering recruiting.

Technology greatness can quickly remedy the slow jobs growth reported by the Labor Department recently. They announced that only 38,000 net new jobs were created last month. Most economists were predicting 158,000 new jobs. This left many staffing firms, hiring companies, economists and job candidates wondering why this occurred despite: … Read More