Monthly Archives: August 2012


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Dr.Sullivan:

40 + years in HR

Former Chief Talent Officer of Agilent Technologies, the HP spinoff with 43,000 ee’s

Fast Company Magazine called him “The Michael Jordan of Recruiting”

Staffing.org called him “the father of HR Metrics”

SHRM called him “one of the industries most respected strategists”

Selected among HRs “Top 10 Leading Thinkers”

Authored more than 900 articles and 10 books

Currently a Professor of Management

Advised over 175 firms on all six continents

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Most Important Recruiting Technique


The Single Most Important Recruiting Technique Since My 1-Question Interview By Lou Adler After 30 years of recruiting outstanding senior staff, mid-level managers, and company executives, I can now state unequivocally that the single most important step in the passive … Continue reading

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Leading-edge Candidate Screening, Interviewing,Assessments


Leading-edge Candidate Screening, Interviewing, and Assessment Practices by Dr John Sullivan Candidate selection and assessment is one of the most conservative processes in all of talent management. Many think the topic is not worth a detailed examination, but a weak … Continue reading

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The Power of Employee Referrals


10 Compelling Numbers That Reveal the Power of Employee Referrals by Dr. John Sullivan I strive to be the world’s most prominent advocate of employee referrals simply because there is no more powerful tool in recruiting. Well-designed referral programs not … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with Using Resumes


What’s Wrong With Using Resumes For Hiring? Pretty Much Everything by Dr. John Sullivan If you’re getting low quality hires, it’s time to realize that the blind and uneducated use of resumes may be a main contributing factor (note that … Continue reading

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Exciting Job Titles


Exciting Job Titles Can Be Powerful Recruiting and Retention Tools by Dr. John Sullivan It’s pure genius. The approach that I call “Compelling Job Titling” involves giving a job a compelling title, and because it costs virtually nothing, it may … Continue reading

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Bold and Outrageougs HR Practices


Bold and Outrageous HR Practices That May Indicate Your Approach Is Too Conservative (Part 1 of 2) by Dr. John Sullivan In the corporate world, HR leaders are frequently considered some of the most conservative and risk-averse. Running HR in … Continue reading

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