Running low on inspiration?
From owning a recruitment business to providing recruiters with the latest tips, industry gossip, and best recruitment strategies, these 13 recruitment podcasts have repeatedly been trending over the years.
1. Recruitment Entrepreneurs by Recruit CRM
Recruitment Entrepreneurs by Recruit CRM is one of the top-rated podcasts by recruiters and HR experts.
Hosted by the man of the hour, Sean Mallapurkar, its episodes are quite chilled and filled with interesting headhunting lessons you can take away from recruitment entrepreneurs worldwide.
Did you tune in to it yet?
2. Recruiting Future by Matt Alder
Crafted for senior HR professionals and recruitment entrepreneurs, this podcast by Matt Alder is based on interviews of thought leaders who are changing the recruitment industry with innovation.
Matt Alder’s podcast is one of the longest-running and most successful recruitment podcasts ever, which pours a pool of knowledge on hiring trends and talent acquisition.
He has over 200 podcast episodes and has been supplying content to the staffing & hiring industry for 7-8 years now.
3. The #SocialRecruiting Show by Katrina Collier & Glenn Martin
Katrina & Glenn’s podcast is the perfect light-hearted way to expand your knowledge and be inspired by trends and ideas on hiring.
If you’ve had a pretty tiring week, head to Spotify and tune in to end your day on a funny note!
4. The Recruiting Brainfood Podcast by Hung Lee
Packed with thought-provoking concepts on hiring, Hung Lee’s famous staffing podcast, apart from his other renowned works, makes him what he is today.
A bonafide recruitment expert, his viral Recruiting Brainfood newsletter is also a must-read for any recruiter out there.
This is something you’re definitely going to look forward to listening to every week. Starting from dedicated weekly conversations on how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the entire recruitment scenario to the concept of beauty bias, he has not left a stone unturned when it comes to covering highly crucial topics.
5. Recruiter Startup by Dualta Doherty
For his podcast, Dualta Doherty focuses on exploring what it takes to start and run a successful recruitment business with minimum manpower.
With famous agency leaders from all over the world as guests on his podcast, they share the challenges and successes in the recruitment industry to find out the best methods for setting up, scaling, and operating a world-class recruitment agency.
Being one of the best recruitment podcasts out there, Dualta gives bespoke hiring solutions and helps recruiters with hiring processes.
6. Hiring on All Cylinders by Entelo
Hiring On All Cylinders is great for getting real-time updates on the recruiting & staffing industry and its latest hacks and tricks. With episodes on the recent economic downturn to everything about going beyond a resume while hiring, you’ll love listening to its episodes.
7. The Chad & Cheese Podcast
Labeled as HR’s most dangerous podcast and the snarkiest of industry analysts, The Chad & Cheese Podcast brings about 40 years of industry knowledge and adds a unique perspective to recruitment.
From re-evaluating your DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) culture to hybrid working and much more, this will soon turn out to be your favorite.
8. The HR Uprising Podcast by Lucinda Carney
The HR Uprising Podcast by Lucinda Carney explores the hot HR topics starting from talent and succession management, setting up new ways of working, internal mobility as a talent management strategy, and so on.
Carney is a Business Psychologist and an experienced HR change agent who brings a fresh perspective to all her podcast episodes where she interviews staffing experts.
Her podcast is all about taking evidence-based action, and we guarantee that you’re going to love listening to it.
9. Recruitment on the Go by Caitie & Mingus
A staffing podcast started by Harver, Recruitment On The Go can be your next go-to destination for some daily dose of talent attraction.
This recruitment podcast helps you discover the latest hiring trends, gives actionable tips and hacks, and provides various resources for its listeners to constantly stay on top of the recruitment game.
Their short episodes are perfect for in-between work breaks or whenever you’re commuting.
10. The Resilient Recruiter by Mark Whitby
In his podcast, Mark Whitby, the recruitment coach, discusses the secrets of building a long-term profitable business in the recruitment industry.
With several years in the recruitment industry, this is considered to be one of the best recruitment podcasts covering topics such as– the recruiter’s roadmap to thriving in a post-pandemic world, work-life balance, and recruiters on a mission to increase the board-level female representation, and so much more.
11. The Recruitment Hackers Podcast
The Recruitment Hackers Podcast gives its listeners unique ideas on talent acquisition, tips on increasing and building a profitable talent pool, innumerable actionable tips on simplifying the hiring process, and real-life examples from recruitment leaders and experts.
From talking about background checks, hiring remotely, workplace well-being, employer branding, etc., this staffing podcast has it all.
12. The Contract Recruiter Podcast by Eloise Sutton-Kirkby
Eloise Sutton goes on a literal global tour of the world of contract recruitment. Listen to this podcast to learn more about how recruitment leaders have scaled their own recruitment business and made a mark in the industry.
13. The RAG (Recruitment Agency Growth) Podcast by Sean Anderson
Quite similar to the Contract Recruiter, Sean Anderson, CEO of Hoxo Media, sits down with recruitment agency owners and leaders to talk about the secrets to their agency growth.
Anderson personally helps recruitment teams build brands that do real business with his unique inbound recruitment marketing strategies, and his episodes are no different, filled with case studies on how businesses have achieved 180% year-on-year growth, building a flexible recruitment business, and so on.
Tune in to these recruitment podcasts this weekend and let us know in the comments below which one of the above has become your go-to.
Happy listening, recruiters!