We had some instances of that happening back when I was at Groupon. The most obvious was that after getting dinged for “bad interviews” we put together a pretty serious three-hour course for hiring managers to learn how to become better interviewers, solving a number of problems:

1: Ensuring that the hiring manager understood the employer brand and pillars/values and that we weren’t saying/promising things that wouldn’t align

2: Giving an opportunity to do some unconscious bias training

3: Helping establish a more holistic process perspective for recruiting, emphasizing that hiring is everyone’s job but they need to work together

4: Giving recruiters a call to action when talking to hiring managers who are having issues bringing in quality talent

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