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You Can’t Afford to Ignore Mobile Recruitment Anymore

You’ve begun the venture into the mobile corporate world. Already, the organization’s website and career page are mobile-enabled, but the question is ...
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Why Your Company Needs a Mobile Recruitment Blog Right Now

Whether it’s through social media, regular internet routines or mobile usage, we are constantly barraged with an overabundance of information. That means, the easier it is to digest this information, the more likely we are to absorb it. It is no longer delusions of grandeur for organizations to want their websites to be mobile-friendly, it is a requirement to maintain candidate attraction and potentially increase their current employees’ engagement. Last year, mobile usage increased 23%... if that’s not evidence you need a mobile recruitment blog, then what is?
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Why Mobile Recruiting is Here to Stay

Recently there’s been a bit of backlash against the rising tide of mobile recruiting. When hearing about mobile recruiting trends, some have argued the whole thing is a sham. They talk about how companies are simply profiting from the idea of mobile recruiting but recruiters aren’t. According to pundits and thought leaders, the numbers are promising, but they’re used to promote products that don’t need to exist in the marketplace. Companies and users will adapt to these mobile trends eventually, without the need for concerted efforts.
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5 Tips For Creating Better Job Ads For Mobile

There’s really no other way to say it: if you’re not adapting to mobile, you’re falling behind. Phones and tablets are taking over, and if you’re still looking for candidates the old-fashioned way, candidates are going to gloss over your job ads or, even worse, never see them at all. With 43% of candidates looking up job information on mobile devices, you’d think companies would deliver career sites and job ads for mobile screens.
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