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Marcie Glenn

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Higher Ed Geek Podcast

Listen in and “Geek Out” with Marcie Glenn and Dustin Ramsdell and learn what is shaping higher ed recruiting. Marcie Glenn, Chief Talent Strategist & CEO at Another Source, recently appeared on the podcast #higheredgeek where she discussed how to amplify higher ed staff recruitment.   Watch… Read More
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Tim Talk Podcast

Who’s the hiring teams’ real competition? Marcie Glenn, Chief Talent Strategist & CEO at Another Source, recently appeared on the podcast #TimTalk where she discussed how hiring teams should view the candidate experience and why employers should reexamine their hiring processes.  Watch the full episode here. Read More
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Best Practices in Recruiting (E-book)

Is your hiring team looking to gain an understanding of current labor market updates, candidate motivations, and employer branding?   If so, we explore these themes in Another Source’s new e-book, Best Practices in Recruiting: Actionable Steps for Employers Driven by Data. In this publication,… Read More
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Beacon Pointe Podcast – Institutional Insight

How do you position your organization as an employer of choice?  Our Chief Talent Strategist & CEO, Marcie Glenn, recently spoke with host Jesse Crane, ICS Business Development Manager at Beacon Pointe, on “The Future of Hiring: Trends, Tactics, and Strategies to Stay Ahead in the Evolving… Read More

Happy Juneteenth

Juneteenth, a combination of the words “June” and “nineteenth,” celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. Although President Abraham Lincoln had issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863 during the Civil War, Confederate states had yet to formally abolish the practice two years later. Read More
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Career Resources for AAPI Heritage Month

As part of our ongoing commitment to dismantling systemic inequality in recruiting, Another Source wants to share this list of job boards for AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) job seekers.   Whether you are looking for a particular position or something specific to your industry, there are… Read More
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Career Resources for Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month! As part of our ongoing commitment to dismantling systemic inequality in recruiting, Another Source wants to share this list of job boards in honor of this celebration.   Whether you are looking for a particular position or something specific to your industry,… Read More
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What is motivating candidates in their job search?

From quiet quitting to rage applying, it seems that every week a new term crops up attempting to make sense of rapid workforce changes.   Semantics aside, the labor market is still highly competitive with an ongoing population shortage, wage increases driven by inflation, and more retirements. Read More
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Purpose at Work

What does it mean to find purpose at work?    A quick Google search yields over 7 billion results on why purposeful work matters, how younger generations prioritize finding meaning in their work, the benefits for organizations, and the list goes on. Many people recently impacted by industry… Read More
With high inflation, salary discussions have taken front and center. What is the best way to address candidate questions?

Salary Expectations by Eddy

Tanner Pierce, PHR, writes: “Salary negotiations can be hard. It can be intimidating to try to find a number that works for the company and the candidate, but it is vital in keeping the candidate aboard for the long haul if you hire them, and it plays a big role… Read More
In February, the United States celebrates Black History Month.

Black History Month

Black History Month was first celebrated in February 1976, although its origins began 50 years before when historian Carter G. Woodson announced Negro History Week (Library of Congress). To this day, the organization Woodson founded – the Association for the Study of African American… Read More