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America Back to Work Ep 52: Michael Potvin, Scorched Talent
The Truth About Bad Behavior in Recruiting
Recruiting—Leaders in HR provide a laundry list of ideal candidate experience, offering a non-competitive salary, and want the position filled in two weeks. Due to all of the requirements, biases, and leadership’s champagne taste with a beer budget, the hiring process takes months for a mid-level manager (or below!). After all that, leadership doesn’t think it’s a good fit and the recruiter ghosts the candidate.
As you probably already know, there is a lot of bad behavior in recruiting—and it’s making the candidate process miserable and scaring people away from great companies and jobs. This week’s episode gets into these bad behaviors and how HR leaders can help make changes to the process to make the experience better for all.
Our expert Michael Potvin comes to the podcast with a wealth of HR and Talent knowledge—having worked for some of the world’s largest and most successful companies, like Siemens, GM, and Deloitte and now as the head of an HR Consultancy.
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Arnette Heintze is Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at S2Verify. Before establishing S2Verify, Arnette spent more than three decades working at the highest levels of federal, state, and local law enforcement.
He served more than 20 years in the United States Secret Service as a special agent and senior executive where he planned, designed, and implemented security strategies to protect U.S. Presidents, world leaders, events of national significance, and our nation’s most sensitive assets, including financial infrastructure.
After retiring from the Secret Service, Arnette focused on building growth and performance of innovative start-ups and SMBs. In 2004, he established Hillard Heintze, a globally recognized strategic security risk management and investigations firm. In 2009, along with Bill Whitford and Jim Zimbardi, Arnette established S2Verify with an approach and methodology that delivers fast, accurate, compliant, and affordable background screening insights crucial to better managing insider risks, threats, and vulnerabilities.