5 Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 6.22.13 to 6.28.13

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 resume alive, Google interviews, good recruiting, recruitment content and mobile recruiting.

Before we get to the articles.  The Candidate Experience Awards are accepting applications for this year’s awards and is a great way to benchmark your candidate experience against some of the industry’s best recruiting organizations.   To get further details on how to participate as a recruiting organization, please see the “How to Apply?” page on the website.

Now on to the articles.  Here are the articles that interested us this week (in no particular order), enjoy!:


Why the Resume is not Dead and Why You Still Need One by Tom Bolt (@TomBolt)

Tom writes a great article on the continued importance of the resume.


Hey Google…welcome to 15 years ago by Jason Pankow (@jpankow)

Everything comes full circle.  Interesting look on the best ways to interview candidates.


Stand out from the Recruiting Noise by Sharing Compelling Content by James Clift (@jamesclift)

Some good examples of content and recruitment messaging that sticks with candidates and highlights the employment brand.


Three Reasons Good Recruiters are Good At Recruiting by Tim Sackett (@TimSackett)

Nice post from Tim on what good recruiting looks like.


Employment Tests Say: Give Us Mobile or Give Us Death! by Dr. Charles Handler (@charleshandler)

Nice overview of mobile recruiting with some information on mobile testing.


Hope you enjoy the list and see you on Twitter @smashfly.

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