Your 5-Step Roadmap to Making a Great Hire
Perfect for Team Leaders, HR Professionals, and Entrepreneurs
What drives the performance of most companies? Great people. While professionals at many levels of seniority and across many geographies will benefit from this course, some audiences that will likely find immediate applications for these skills are:
If you want to make great hires then this course is for you. Eazl’s Recruiting, Interviewing, and Hiring certificate course introduces you to a roadmap to making a great hire that was developed by a Fortune 500 recruiter in the field. In this course, you’ll build an ideal candidate profile, write a job description, onboard teammates strategically into your hiring process, and make a job offer and you’ll learn how to do it in a way that’s both informative and engaging.
In this course, you will:
This course is also chock full of activities that allow you to practice what you’re learning. You’ll work with your instructor over 4 exercises to build an ideal candidate profile, write a job description, create and share a candidate interview journal, and make the final decision through a structured collaboration that you manage.
Why Learn how to Recruit, Interview, and Hire?
Learning how to make great hires can benefit you professionally because research shows that “A players” tend to create exponentially more value than their peers. Recruiting, interviewing, and hiring are excellent skills for human resource professionals, team leaders, and entrepreneurs to master. The impact that exceptional people can have on organizations is self-evident.
Why Learn from Eazl?
Learning how to recruit, interview, and hire can be challenging and complex. To navigate this maze, you need an online learning experience built out of the field experience of an expert that integrates Eazl’s award-winning production techniques, a full suite of resources and templates, and real-world examples.
This course brings Davis Jones’ experience recruiting in the San Francisco Bay Area for Robert Half, the world’s largest HR consulting and recruiting company to you in a fun and engaging format. Mr. Jones has taught topics related to the labor market to more than 60,000 students in more than 180 countries for over 5 years as the bestselling author and creator of Eazl’s “Career Hacking” course.
By the end of the course, you will be able to confidently navigate the hiring roadmap presented in this learning experience. You’ll also have lifetime access to a suite of resources that will enable you to work across teams in this capacity.
Join us on this adventure today! We’ll see you inside the course.
Davis Jones is the co-founder of Eazl, the venture-backed professional development community headquartered in San Francisco. Prior to launching the Eazl community, Mr. Jones placed talent at firms in Silicon Valley, the city of San Francisco, and the North Bay as a headhunter for Robert Half, the international talent consulting firm with ~$5.4 billion in annual revenues. While working in talent acquisition, his clients included Western Digital, Lending Club, Hitachi, and the Kendall-Jackson family of companies and small and medium-sized organizations like hedge funds, non-profits, and biotechnology companies. Before joining Robert Half, Mr. Jones was a team lead and content marketer for the CCA Group, a financial technology consultancy specializing in institutional crowdfund investing.
Eazl's production team is honored to have won multiple production and innovation awards for excellence in producing video-based learning experiences, including Udemy's Innovation Award and Skillshare's Top 5% honor. Today, Eazl is a community of more than 80,000 ambitious professionals around the world. In 2014, Mr. Jones was named one of the North Bay Business Journal's People of the Year for his international economic develop work.
Mr. Jones earned an MBA with a focus in global finance from EDHEC Business School in France, ranked one of the top 50 MBA programs in the world by The Economist, and a bachelor's degree in international economics with a focus on international development (with highest honors) from Sonoma State University in California.