You may not think of Twitter as an effective HR tool capable of streamlining the recruitment and hiring process, but we’ve already seen the emerging trend of social recruiting popping up in unexpected places. With Twitter, recruiters and HR professionals are finding it easier than ever to raise awareness about job…Continue
Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and anything else in the recruiting space. In this article, we’ll be talking about the Source of Hire, outlawing HR, recruiters and refs, the value of sourcing and talent acquisition value mapping.
Here are the articles that interested us this week (in no particular order),…Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on March 22, 2013 at 10:08am — No Comments
You may or may not be able to train a monkey to recruit
Anyone with a keyboard may be capable of writing their version of career advice and getting it published on a mainstream recruiting website
Both #1 & #2 may become trending topics for various reasons
If you do #2 and it is proven that you are…Continue
Jim Stroud shares his hatred for job descriptions in digital recruitment advertising. While contemplating a world with no job description Jim proposes how mobile and candidate authored job descriptions could change recruitment. This video is courtesy of Mobile Dave.…
Added by Jim Stroud on March 22, 2013 at 12:18pm — No Comments
As much as I HATE to give this post any more link love than it's already probably getting, I just can't help but call out something I read this morning. Here it is, in all its glory - What Recruiters Won’t Tell You and Why courtesy of Recruiter.com. Don't worry about clicking away dear reader – I'll share with you the highlights and won't hold back what I really think. My only hope is that any frustrated job…Continue
I'm wondering what different agency commission plans look like. Do you have to meet metrics to be eligible for commission?
My metrics are based upon interviews, reference checks, send outs, interviews, and of course placements.
Is it pretty typical for a recruiter to not receive commission for the first year of work even if their placement goals are met?
Most of us remember the first few weeks or months of our start in recruiting marked by the horrific memory of the first mistake we made or the first weird happening. Although somewhat lost in the mists of time there are two that i will never forget.
I was preparing for my first cold call presentation of a candidate. Went over my candidate's resume and interview notes for at least an hour. Even wrote myself a script with the fellows name i was going to call. Will never forget his…Continue
Oh, c’mon! Go ahead! Take a crack at it! It’s really not that intimidating. A couple tweets here, a couple tweets there; aContinue
Can you look at yourself in the mirror?
Long ago I made a promise to myself. I promised myself I would live by 4 simple rules.
Recently, LinkedIn dazzled us with a new tool that they are hoping will create a positive buzz and generate a new stream of revenue to their brand. This new tool is “profile viewed”. If you did not receive an email regarding your ranking, then you are probably not a (Recruiter) serial LinkedIn user.
Also, there were many articles written on this particular subject, specifically LinkedIn’s marketing strategy, so my intention is only to bring one issue to your attention. The issue is…
So perhaps you saw that LinkedIn has updated/upgraded its job search functionality? They sent me an email inviting me to give it a whirl, so I did – and it got me to thinking about social stuff and job search.
First, LinkedIn: the job search is nice, and it’s something that they should have done a while ago – but better late than never. You can search, easily see who is related to or in the companies you discover, follow companies, save jobs and…Continue
Last week I introduced you to a job seeker asking for advice on how to handle a “missing” recruiter. This candidate (I interviewed him – he’s good) was frustrated after following instructions and getting zip / zero / nada in response. Check out Part 1 here. My advice to our friend? Here’s a portion of the email response I sent –
“Here's what I would do. I would…Continue
Changes in Technology have changed the way we work, communicate, read books, listen to music and even watch TV so it should come as no surprise that its now changing the way we hire. Although video interviewing has been around for a while 2012 saw it really…Continue
So I have been in staffing for over 20 years. In fact it was 20 years last week. It started me thinking why did I get involved in staffing, why do I love it so much. Now some who are in staffing will say it is…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on February 20, 2013 at 8:39pm — No Comments
The time has come to control content, so says Twitter. This month Twitter will be adding new fields to tweet structures on return API calls. What does this mean? It means nothing to 99% of the twitter world however this change will inevitably effect how corporate entities use twitter and it…Continue
Added by Ryan Leary on February 21, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and anything else in the recruiting space. In this article, we’ll be talking about sourcing, candidate experience and improving hires.
Also, here is…Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on February 22, 2013 at 12:48pm — No Comments
A survey of 2,500 office workers carried out at the end of 2012 revealed that the most annoying trait amongst their colleagues was noisy eating. Not surprisingly, general messiness, smelly food and irritating habits were also high up on the list of general gripes. But it got me thinking, other than the above examples, what is it that winds YOU up at work? Here are five of my own personal favourites.
At number five, what I like to call ‘the sarcastic welcomer’ i.e. the person who…Continue
Added by Alasdair Murray on February 18, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
Unsurprisingly, over the past few decades almost every aspect of our daily lives has been influenced by technological devices. HR has been no exception and there has been an exponential increase in technology-based solutions in the recruitment and human resources sector.
Added by Laura Purt on February 18, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments