5 Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 7.27.13 to 8.2.13

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 lost dogs, recruitment’s evolution, social recruiting, passive candidates and sourcing certification.

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


How the Role of a Corporate Recruiter is Evolving by Nick Leigh-Morgan (@NickLeighMorgan)

This is a good overview of many of the touch-points recruiting organizations are seeing today and the key questions they need to know the answers to.  Obviously accessible talent analytics for recruitment are crucial.


Has Social Media Now Become a Distress Purchase for HR by Andy Headworth (@AndyHeadworth)

Love this post from Andy, who makes some great points on Social Media recruitment.  The key here is that in order for social media to be successful it has to be looked at strategically, not just as a solution purchase.


The Lost Dog Recruitment Strategy by Tim Sackett (@TimSackett)

Some good points on what you need to put forth to attract qualified talent.  Good analogy.


Why You Shouldn’t Waste Time Recruiting Passive Candidates by Lou Adler

Interesting post by Lou on what you need in order to be successful attracting candidates who happy where they are.


Should a Talent Sourcer be Certified? by Jeremy Roberts (@ImJeremyR)

Helpful resource for sourcers deciding whether to get certification and what types they should be doing.  I also recommend reading the comments.


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

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