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What's Your Best Recruiting or Sourcing Trick?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Charlie Aug 5. 2 Replies

All right party people - want to promote some of your kick-ass ideas.Here's the deal: we're working on pulling together a tips and tricks type ebook + podcasts and I'm looking for your best…Continue

Tags: Corporate Recruiting, Human Resources, Agency Recruiting, Recruiting Tools / Sourcing, sourcing

Digi-Me Solving Candidate Pain Points with New Candidate Expectation Video Format

Started Feb 5 0 Replies

Aurora, IL - February 3, 2015 - Digi-Me, a digital recruitment technology company specializing in cloud-based, job-specific and employment branding video solutions, announced the launch of its new…Continue

Tags: videos, Human Resources, Recruiting Tools / Sourcing, recruitment, experience

Favorite new sourcing or recruiting tools?

Started Jan 16 0 Replies

It's that simple - what are your favorite free / low cost new (or new in the last 6 months) tools you're using to source and recruit?You can't work at the company you're recommending - these should…Continue

Tags: Recruiting Tools / Sourcing, free, recruiting, tools, sourcing

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Katrina Kibben commented on Mark Cook's blog post 'Companies Are Buying Applicant Tracking Systems. Does Your Business Need One?'
"OK so I'll play devil's advocate here. What's a use case for people NOT to have an ATS? "
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Katrina Kibben commented on Natalie Morgan's blog post 'The Big Deal About Easy Applications'
"Thanks for sharing your post! You definitely touched on a lot of what adds up to 50% of candidates leaving websites before completing the application.  I just wanted to add, and emphasize your point, about mobile. It blows my mind how many…"
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Katrina Kibben commented on Erin Engstrom's blog post 'Company Changing Direction? Here’s How to Hire in a Pivot'
"Great post, thanks for sharing Erin! So, my question is, how do you address the pivot when it comes up on Glassdoor (because it will, inevitably)? Do you recommend full transparency about the pivot with your employer brand? Do you talk to people…"
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"And, if you don't feel comfortable writing your own blog(s), feel free to just comment on others. We all appreciate the interaction and some of us invite disagreement too.  "
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Katrina Kibben liked Sean Pomeroy's blog post How to Recruit the Under-Sourced Veteran Talent Pool
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Katrina Kibben liked Bob McIntosh's blog post Dear recruiter, 15 reasons why you lost the best candidate ever
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"I want to like this comment a hundred times. Thank you for "getting it" and always having our back. We appreciate you Nicole! "
Nicole Antonio-Gadsdon commented on Katrina Kibben's blog post 'Posting Isn't About Perfection - What We Feature (READ THIS)'
"Great intervention! Bravo to the emphasis on sharing ideas (different thinking - divergent even better) and community over perfection.  Here's to a vibrant, thriving community and keeping it edgy!"
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Posting Isn't About Perfection - What We Feature (READ THIS)

Posted on October 1, 2015 at 11:11am 4 Comments

If you've been hesitating to post on RecruitingBlogs for any number of reasons, just don't - ok?

I'm not sure what everyone's opinion is of our site, but I can tell you what I've learned managing this community over the last few years. The most important lesson? We need your voices for…


Employee Dissatisfaction and Your Employer Brand

Posted on September 4, 2015 at 9:00am 0 Comments

"Employee Dissatisfaction was a secret. It was closeted. Now it is anything BUT” – Jay Baer

We have a kick-ass new Resonate podcast with Jason Seiden. This week, Jason meets with Jay Baer Founder of Convince and Convert and one of the top podcasters across every…


Why Should You Attend #truLondon 50?

Posted on August 28, 2015 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Not sure if you should attend #truLondon? Here's why you can't miss this event Friday, September 4th at the Dutch Hall in London City.

Participants will come from the people space, thats anyone from HR, recruiting, talent acquisition, developers, job board professionals etc with no…


Why Not To Use PPC For Recruitment Marketing

Posted on August 17, 2015 at 12:00pm 2 Comments

PPC, or pay per click, is a strategy many marketers use to buy keyword based traffic to their websites. In fact, many companies from startup to Fortune 50 spend millions of their advertising budgets on "owning" certain keywords each year. So why wouldn't you try PPC for recruitment marketing? The…


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