About Ed Delgado

Ed Delgado

Ed is a world-class leader in talent attraction focused on helping companies identify and attract the best talent in the world. He is currently the Global Sourcing Director at Indeed, where he is responsible for the Global Candidate Tracking Team. Prior to Indeed, he spent four years at Yahoo in a variety of roles as an individual contributor and staff manager. His accomplishments include: building new talent, scouting teams, training design for interviews, overseeing diversity recruitment initiatives, and global recruiting programs. His personal mission is to help reduce the overall unemployment rate and improve inclusion in the workplace.

Recent Articles by Ed

5 Tips to Help You Build a More Inclusive Recruiting Pipeline

Whether you’re with a 10-person startup or a multinational conglomerate, one thing is clear: you need to build an inclusive recruiting pipeline. The business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce are well-documented — from the bottom-line impact on revenue to greater team creativity and improved product innovation. And job seekers today increasingly expect employers to raise their game when …

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5 Productivity Hacks to Save Every Recruiter Time

Recruiter shaking hands with job candidate

Recruiters know that time is a precious resource. Time with hiring partners and candidates is invaluable to achieve hiring success. But the many variables we juggle — changing requirements, shifting timelines and candidates’ busy schedules — can easily eat up that time. Simplifying applications, improving your processes and leveraging technology to help automate the repetitive tasks free you up to …

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5 Tips for Preventing Cancellations and No-Shows

So the phone screen went well, and you really like the candidate. Now it’s time for the in-person interview. You find a mutually agreeable time, everything looks good… and then—the candidate cancels on you!

Suddenly you’re back at square one.

It’s frustrating, but hey—at least the candidate actually emailed you to cancel. What about those other times when they just …

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