The Recruiting Brief Stay At Home Reading List

In April 2020, we reached out to our subscribers and asked for book, ebook, and article recommendations so that we could create a reading list that would be useful during your time at home. We hope this list will help you find something new to read and give you useful knowledge to help you grow in your professional life!


A Well Done Professional Mid-Life Crisis, Sharon Hulce.

“Great insight to candidates' perspective of what they are good at, what they love to do, and how that plays a part in their next career opportunity. What I really liked about this book is that it's an easy read, has great insight questions that recruiters can use to build credibility with candidates, and helps with being able to place the right candidate with the right organization as a culture fit. A 5-star read. The workbook that you have to order separately is what I use now to interview new candidates!” -Jim Finer

The Customer Rules: The 39 Essential Rules for Delivering Sensational Service, Lee Cockerell.

“I highly recommend it as a great handbook for service excellence for all levels of an organization. It's laid out with short chapters, so you can pick it up whenever you have a few minutes to read.” -Kim Barden

Revoultionary Recruiting, Mary Ann Faremouth.

“Definitely an interesting read so far.” -Clay Johnson


6 Ways to Turn Rejected Candidates into Employee Brand Ambassadors, TalentLyft.


Transform Your Hiring Process from Reactive to Proactive, TalentLyft.