Posted by Nicole Brender à Brandis on July 24, 2019.
In this previous post, we discussed the rightful passage of the evergreen requisition into the annals of history to be replaced with talent pipelines. Talent pipelines have been around quite a while. If you’re like me and were really sad when the dinosaurs died, then you remember the days of using index cards, your rotary address file, and your planner to create “tickle files” to keep in touch with talent who possessed certain critical skills. This was decidedly one-way communication (typical of pipelines) that involved mailing articles or calling from time to time to see if the candidate was “ready” to hear about jobs. Technology has greatly improved the ability to communicate quickly and more effectively with large pools of talent—but has it improved overall recruiting success?