Hard to believe but I wrote this 6 years ago - just when the bad-recruiter-behavior was beginning to really fester online (not that it wasn't around before but as social was taking off, it just seemed to start getting worse.
Considering the recent activity in the "We Really…Continue
Recruiting dates back to military beginnings in early Greece, Rome, and Egypt. While we still continue to use tactics from these ancient worlds, recruiters have found more effective ways to…Continue
Added by Julie Salerno on April 15, 2015 at 10:54am — No Comments
Candidate experience. It's a term that gets buzz in the talent acquisition/recruiting realm. There are numerous articles talking about the concept: how to identify, measure, and/or showcase what works and what doesn't.
Underneath the umbrella of the candidate experience, there are numerous moments (what I refer to as "touch points") that…Continue
Added by Allan Leung on April 15, 2015 at 10:19am — No Comments
With mobile Internet usage exceeding PC usage Google is taking steps to improve users mobile experience online. On April 21st Google will be rolling out a major change to their search algorithm. The use of ‘Mobile-friendliness’ as a ranking signal will be increased impacting search results in all languages worldwide.
The importance of a mobile friendly website in recruitment isn’t a new topic, with more and more candidates using smart devices to find and…Continue
Which is better, using a headhunter to hire staff, or using in house resources? When it comes to finding and hiring great talent, human resource staff members have two options. They can use in house staff to recruit, interview, and vet out potential employees, or they can rely on the…Continue
Added by John Unger on April 15, 2015 at 6:30am — No Comments
Going it alone or setting up a new business with some trusted partners? One of the biggest decisions you will make early on in the recruitment start-up journey is your company's name. In this blog we share with you three free tools to help you pick the right one.
WebCHeck - http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk
Once you have your shortlist of potential company names the first point of call…
Added by Mike Robinson on April 15, 2015 at 4:30am — No Comments
In preparing for this article, I was rather surprised to learn two things:
Added by Jenny Murray on April 14, 2015 at 5:52pm — No Comments
Mara Swan makes an excellent point in "Driving Time to Value in the Human Age", which is one of the articles in the book "The Rise of HR", editors Dave Ulrich, William A. Schiemann, GPHR, and Libby Sartain, SPHR. She says we should shift our mindset to optimizing risk rather than minimizing risk. I'm sure you've heard the saying, "With great risk comes great reward". Well, it follows then that if we take more risks (good, calculated risks), then we should obtain greater rewards. By…Continue
Added by Sue Orr on April 14, 2015 at 11:15am — No Comments
Something wonderful can happen – a solid, positive employer branding strategy. The collaboration between marketing and Human Resources leadership can yield some pretty powerful returns. Increased innovation, productivity and quality of execution are just the tip of the iceberg when these traditionally siloed…Continue
Added by Kelly Robinson on April 14, 2015 at 10:44am — No Comments
Most job listings are dull and underwhelming. That’s not been an issue in the last few years when it’s been essentially a buyer’s market. But today, when talent is increasingly in demand, what is the response to a ho-hum job ad? Dead silence. Your candidates are going on to the next job listing. Meanwhile, a good…Continue
Added by Raj Sheth on April 14, 2015 at 10:26am — No Comments
There should be a warning label on all job descriptions for recruiting roles. Maybe the label should read something like this: “Warning, recruiting is extremely addictive. Recruiting may cause anxiety,…
We’ve been the active candidate, constantly pursuing and looking. We’ve also been the passive candidate, researching the companies we like and waiting for the right role to…Continue
Added by Elyse Schmidt on April 13, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Turning Your Organization Upside Down- excellent blog post by Jim Clemmer about running a successful organization.
Added by Sue Orr on April 13, 2015 at 3:39pm — No Comments
I love a good meme. For the web savvy out there, I’ve been a meme aficionado since the Know Your Meme segment used to play on the Rocketboom. The flood of memories whether we’re talking about Bubb Rubb and his…Continue
This post was originally posted on the SmashFly Blog.
In the next week, organizations across the world will experience one of the most impactful search updates in our lifetime (so far). But what does this…Continue
OFFICIAL RECRUITINGDAILY, LLC MEME CONTEST
RULES & GUIDELINES
AKA - Our stab at being legal and legitimate.
Contest officially begins when we post the blog on RBC and all entries must be submitted by Friday April 17th at 5PM EST. Winners will be announced Monday, April 20th at 4:20ish PM EST.
All of us at…Continue
Added by Katrina Kibben on April 13, 2015 at 10:01am — No Comments
While there is a wide spectrum of people looking for a job and potentially interested in changing their life for you, let’s break them into two camps: people who need to do a lot of research before they apply and people who don’t. Let’s call these groups “shoppers” and “button-clickers.”
Button-clickers believe that a job search is a numbers game: the more jobs they apply to, the more the odds go up of getting an interview and finally an offer. Sure, they believe in…Continue
Added by James Ellis on April 13, 2015 at 7:00am — No Comments
As soon as you drop some words in a job interview a light bulb can spring from nowhere and give a signal to the interviewer that you are already not the right person...every word counts!
If you get the Job, we will decide if you are ninja'd enough, wizardry,guru- tastic, or expertise and warriors status enough for you to work…
Added by Or Hillel on April 12, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments
I've gotten three calls in the past two days from people with very thick Indian accents claiming that I have been indicted for tax fraud and that it is a "non-bailable charge" which will result in me being jailed if I do not pay quickly. This is a prevalent scam these days, which the IRS has warned the public about.
Apart from the fact that I my Dad works with the IRS, (he has a special license to practice tax accounting defense in front of the IRS that most accountants don't have), I…Continue
Added by Nicholas Meyler on April 10, 2015 at 11:37pm — No Comments