KC Donovan

KC Donovan

KC is Executive Vice President of Global Strategy at Clinch. He brings with him 20+ years of corporate TA leadership, sourcing, employment branding, executive search, contingent, RPO and consulting.

Author's Posts

The best talent engagement is the simplest...really!

KC Donovan

We’re just about at the tipping point where the majority of our adult working population will be under the age of 35.

Let that sink in for a second. 

These are people who grew up post Internet, where surfing the web was akin to changing a TV channel. They saw their parents spend a lifetime climbing the career ladder where either a promotion or a pink slip waited regardless of ability — and they want no part of that. A common thread for them is their negative view of the concept of “career.”

Read More
Topics: recruiting content, candidate nurture, talent engagement

Making Your Employment Brand - Human

KC Donovan

As more and more companies begin to realize that promoting their businesses effectively means engaging and interacting with customers as opposed to simply broadcasting marketing messages, this presents a very real opportunity that didn’t exist previously for recruitment to involve themselves.  

As most in corporate HR know, marketing folks look at employment branding as a practice that is beneath them. Rarely is the marketing team interested in providing any support for this endeavor.  Sure, in the proactive and forward-thinking companies this is not the case, but throughout the far majority of US businesses, this is prevalent.

Read More
Topics: Employer Branding, employment brand

How to Win the Majority of Multi-Offer Candidates

KC Donovan

Let’s face it, we’re all hiring more employees and competition for the best talent might be the greatest it’s ever been (that’s right you dot commers – ever!). If you track the offers you’re making, you’ll see that most talented candidates have multiple offers to choose from. For certain industries and roles, it’s been this way for quite a while regardless of talent ability.

Read More
Topics: Employer Branding, recruiting content, candidate experience, competition for talent, EVP

Subscribe to Email Updates