If you have the responsibility of recruiting in your firm you know how time consuming it can be – from placing the ad to sourcing the resumes, screening and scheduling interviews – it’s a full-time job. Nothing is more frustrating than watching one of your best and brightest walk out the door to a “better […]
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I recently had the privilege of doing a webinar for Ascentis, “Not Seen but Not Forgotten: The Shift to Remote Workers and the Virtual Organization.” I was overwhelmed with the attendance and response given by the HR audience. We know and understand the war for talent, seemingly the “never-ending war,” but some companies are changing […]
Employment branding means different things to different employers. If you’re a small to mid-sized business, you don’t have the budgets to do some of the higher profile employer marketing that a larger business would. But for SMB’s, your choice of branding emphasis will be influenced by many different factors: your geography, your industry, your size, […]
A three-part plan to developing a social recruiting plan Generally my morning routine consists of me scrambling to turn off my 4:30 am alarm before the rest of the house is woken up and tiptoeing downstairs to the coffee pot. I fumble to punch “BREW” and open up my laptop to check my email while […]
According to a 2016 SHRM study, 79% of job seekers use social media in their job search. This figure increases to 86% for millennials. In this fiercely competitive labor market, recruiters must engage candidates where they are searching — online. Social media empowers recruiters to source the right talent at the right place and time […]
Creative license. The freedom to innovate. Permission to take risks. That’s what the 750 creative professionals surveyed for The Creative Group’s Creative Team of the Future project said they want most from their employers.
The last few years have seen major advances in mobile recruiting technology. In fact, a recent study shows that 86% of active job seekers use a mobile device as part of their job search and application process. If you want to compete for the best and brightest in today’s market the solution is simple – mobile recruiting.
Many documents are involved in the hiring process, from resumes and applications to legally required forms such as W-4s and I-9s. These documents must be processed into systems or spreadsheets, and then shared with other departments such as payroll.
Social media recruiting is an increasingly important trend for recruiters Social media is not only a tool for branding and customer communication but is also an excellent tool for acquiring new talent. If your business is like many others, it has dipped its toes into the social media recruiting arena by posting a few job […]
Are you constantly pawing through a stack of paper resumes that are not the right fit for your open requisitions? Have you wished for applicant sourcing technology that helps you cut down on the noise?