Professional Associations are great places to source candidates. You can source from both national as well as local chapters, and working with them can help build your pipeline of local talent. There are many different ways you can engage with them:
Added by Steve Myers on November 20, 2013 at 12:50pm — No Comments
Passive candidates are the hard to find, and hard to get players. Whatever your particular definition of “passive” is, the idea is the same; someone who isn’t looking for a job. For recruiters and sourcers, it is the difference between reactive and proactive approaches and techniques.
Passive candidates are recruiting gold for a gaggle of…Continue
Employee referrals. Assessment tests. Exhaustive interview processes.
These are all strategies that companies use to make sure they hire workers who are qualified AND are good cultural fits. But many are finding these longstanding techniques are not enough and are turning to "try-before-you-buy" methods to help ensure successful hires.
This was a hot topic at a recent…Continue
Added by Debbie Fledderjohann on November 20, 2013 at 9:31am — No Comments
For all those curious, envious or just looking for a little fun, take a look at G2V's infographic - A Year in the Life of a Recruiter.Continue
Added by Sarah Diamond on November 20, 2013 at 8:22am — No Comments
Earlier today, we covered the launch of LinkedIn Talent Updates, a content sharing service which allows LinkedIn Recruiter customers the ability to post content outside of just sharing jobs directly from the LinkedIn Recruiter interface. LinkedIn’s broader commitment to content marketing was…Continue
Added by Matt Charney on November 19, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Last week I wrote a post talking about how candidates need to help themselves FIRST before they solicit advice from a recruiter. You can read that article here: http://bit.ly/17j1FST This post is focused on what you do next after you narrow down “What do…Continue
Added by Will Thomson on November 19, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Short selling is a term in trading. We usually invest in something that we believe will grow and increase in value. When we consider investing in candidates, we see the ROI on long-term investments in employees. When you “go long” in investing in employees, you expect the value of your employees to rise and drive the success of the…Continue
Today, industry juggernaut LinkedIn announced the release of a new feature within its LinkedIn recruiter software called Talent Updates. With Talent Updates, recruiters now share branded content like company blog posts, videos and news directly from…Continue
Added by Matt Charney on November 19, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
“Resume Parsing is a technology that allows you…
Added by Raj Sheth on November 19, 2013 at 12:17pm — No Comments
Including recommendation letters into job applications can be a sticky process. If the chosen recommender fails to mention key attributes the candidate would like highlighted, the opportunity to impress the hiring manger may be drastically reduced. On the reverse side, a recommender may very well send an overly enthusiastic account of the candidate which reads…Continue
Added by Britni Salazar on November 19, 2013 at 10:07am — No Comments
Since 2009, when I first started giving presentations about social media and other digital technologies, I have tried to create colorful and memorable expressions and images that convey various ideas in simple and powerful ways. I have assembled twenty-one of my favorites in a slide deck that can be…Continue
Added by Courtney Hunt on November 19, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
Most of you have…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on November 18, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
All employers want to find out as much as possible about prospective employees in order to see whether they will be a good fit for the vacancy and business or not. And this is perfectly understandable! But, there are certain things that employers are prohibited from asking… Candidates are protected by several rights and there is some information that they are not necessarily required to disclose to prospective employers during the interview process.
Questions that do not relate…Continue
Added by Irina Nagy on November 18, 2013 at 4:30am — No Comments
Marketing and Human Resources are worlds apart as far as the type of work involved and the personalities they attract. However, you’d be quite surprised to see much both of these specializations have in common.
Working With Search Engines
Seach Engine Marketing has become one of the most important marketing channels. Whether it’s having your website or content show up organically or via paid search - you want to…Continue
Added by Ryan Kohler on November 18, 2013 at 3:11am — No Comments
It’s pretty common for most employers to include some kind of non-compete clause within their employment agreements in an attempt to protect their best interests.
These clauses are often referred to as a ‘Restraint of Trade’ and usually prevent an…Continue
Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and anything else in the recruiting space. In this article, we’ll be talking about threads shaping HR’s future, SEO in 2014, measuring hiring quality, helpful sourcing tools and Microsoft’s employee review system.
Now on to our favorite articles to read this week. Here are the articles that interested us (in no particular order), enjoy!:…Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on November 15, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Maybe you’re in the wrong type of company, or more appropriately, maybe your competencies are better suited to a business of another size. One of my first questions to candidates is whether they consider themselves a big or a small-company person. It’s difficult to explain but a lot of people are quite rightly attracted to the branding and apparent success of larger businesses, and might think the question is there to catch them out.
A few start looking at me sideways, but the reality…Continue
Added by Neelam Mestry on November 15, 2013 at 4:05am — No Comments
For people who are 50-years old and would like to work again or change jobs, the job vacancies in London look very appealing. However, the job market today is a battle field for them, despite the fact that they are old hands in their field of work, applicants with less experience and fewer skills are still preferred by companies. Why? Most probably, this is because, those candidates are way younger. Although this is a painful truth, mid-lifers must face this fact.
In the past, when…Continue