January 15, 2017

Inbound Recruitment: What You Need to Know

Social recruiting. Candidate experience. Employer branding. There’s no doubt recruiting has seen a ton of changes and new ideas over the last decade. We know how important it is to build relationships with talent, especially passive candidates who have skills and rapport. Unfortunately, the wrong approach can be just as detrimental to engaging applicants as the more traditional elements like salary and job offer process.

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January 8, 2017

Leave Your Ineffective Job Descriptions Behind in 2017

Hiring and recruiting are rarely easy tasks. A recent study shows that 95% of recruiters believe recruiting will continue to get more competitive in the coming years. That’s why it’s so important that job descriptions—one of the most basic tools in a recruiter’s toolbox—evolve along with the changing climate. That includes not only what you put in your job descriptions, but also the format and the approach to reaching your audience. Here are a few tips on how you can leave outdated descriptions behind in 2017:

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January 3, 2017

How to Lower Your Cost Per Hire in 2017

As a recruiter, finding the best talent for the job is only a portion of your concerns. You also have to find a candidate who fits the organizational culture and at a low cost.

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Recruiting & Sourcing

December 28, 2016

10 Recruiting Dos and Don’ts for 2017

 
2016 is coming to a close and whether you feel it was good or not, one thing we can all agree on is recruiting has continued to advance. From digital recruitment marketing efforts to AI and more, it’s tough to keep up. This is also the best time to start preparing for any other changes that may come your way. What can you do in 2017 to help your recruitment endeavors? We’ve got you covered with these 10 tips:
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December 18, 2016

Get Job Offers Out Before 2017

It’s easy to put off hiring until after the ball drops in Times Square, but it’s actually a really bad idea. Great hires don’t want to start the new year in a state of suspense, and neither do the teams inside your company who are desperate to get some help before big goals come crashing through the door.

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