Medium and small businesses don’t always have the dedicated HR staff of large organizations. With that said, recruiting and hiring are often performed by individuals who don’t have the same training and experience as most HR professionals. Even if you’re new to the hiring and recruiting processes, there are tools at your disposal to better your…Continue
Added by Sean Pomeroy on February 16, 2015 at 10:32am — No Comments
When recruiting for sales positions, many may feel all sales jobs are similar. This is fairly far from the truth, however, as business to business sales (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) sales are each distinctive. While sales careers often offer the advantage of mobility within one’s career, experts agree it can be difficult to change types of sales careers.
What are the Major Differences between B2B and B2C?
You already know all about the intersection of recruiting and marketing. But leveraging marketing for maximum return on your recruiting results means going beyond just building an employer brand. It means making that brand – and the story behind it – compelling enough to convert passive visitors into qualified candidates.
When warm leads are coming…Continue
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There's a neat little discussion over on Quora about whether the recruiting profession is ripe for disruption. One of my favorite people - period - Glenn Gutmacher weighed in with a great…
Accurate personality judgements are essential in social living and many other fields. When talking about personality, we are referring to characteristics or traits that are quite stable and vary between individuals. In personnel selection, personality traits are important predictors for aptitude: sales representatives should be high on extroversion, while accountants should possess an acceptable level of conscientiousness.
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When it comes to the job hunt, text messaging is making life a little easier for recruiters and applicants alike. That's right; texting is quickly becoming the communication method of choice in the competitive job market world.
Here are just a few ways job seekers and hiring…Continue
Added by Dave on February 12, 2015 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Police departments and military personnel count on Tactical Electronics' equipment to help defuse bombs and retrieve video in other potentially deadly situations. The people who create that technically sophisticated gear do so with the knowledge that what they build absolutely cannot fail once it's in the field. That makes it all the more impressive that this small employer at the top of Great Rated's…Continue
Added by Kim Peters on February 13, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments
How to source on the lesser known sites!! Snapscore
Snapscore is a Web 2.0 professional site the attempts to quantify your professional qualifications. Snapscore is known in the community but few have tried to…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on February 12, 2015 at 3:12pm — No Comments
In today’s technology heavy society, it will comes as no surprise to many of you that Facebook has now become one of many ways to advertise and apply for jobs both online and in your local area. While it was probably inevitable – with fan pages and business pages having been a part of Facebook for a few years now – using Facebook as a means of advertising a position within your company is not yet a pain free process.
However it is not all doom and gloom as…Continue
More, more, more. Every day dear LinkedIn, come a new batch of fake profiles, fake profiles attached to “companies” (like GreyCampus). Why? Likely culling our private information and selling it to…Continue
Everyone is talking about big data but there aren't enough people talking about how you might actually use that data for anything useful. Slap all the numbers you want in a PowerPoint deck - if it doesn't add up to more money or making your job easier, who cares?
So while the rest of the…Continue
Recently, I had a flash back to the '80s and Tina Turner's song - "What's Love Got to Do With It?", which I found playing on the radio one day while driving. Appropriate because it is Valentine's Day this week. As I listened I got a clue into a theme which plays out every day, 365 days a year, not just in…Continue
When hiring the leader of any organization, such as a CEO, one of the desired personality traits that comes up time and time again is “charismatic.” People say that they want a dynamic leader, who can inspire and lead the masses.
But does charisma really lead to success? Is having a dominant personality that others instinctively follow necessarily a good thing?
Jim Collins and his team spent five years indirectly researching what makes a great leader…Continue
Added by Paul Petrone on February 11, 2015 at 9:28am — No Comments
The Recruitment Hashtag Calendar, updated for 2015. Maximise your social media reach. Find, connect and engage more candidates.
A great way to find and connect with potential candidates is to get involved in hashtag conversations. HRS have…Continue
[Before or after you read this missive, be sure to read Derek Zeller's "You're Not Really A Recruiter"]Continue
If you have hit the new Commercial Use Limit on Search on LinkedIn, your search results screen will look like this - the first few results are shown and the rest are blurred:
Added by Irina Shamaeva on February 7, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
It’s the end of the workweek. Some people in the office leave a little early to get a jumpstart on their weekend plans; some people didn’t even come in because of their flex schedules. Friday for the average professional is a godsend. For job postings on the other hand, the end of the week doesn’t ring the same bell as it should. Fridays were once the ideal time for job postings.…Continue
Tom Brady is regarded as …Continue
Added by Paul Petrone on February 6, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments