Today’s candidate finding your job description on your company careers page is not going to be their first interaction with your brand. More than likely that candidate has done some research on you long before they ever make it to the apply stage. Today’s candidate will dig into your social…Continue
Added by Daniel Fogel on August 4, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Ever wonder where all the traffic to your job postings comes from?
On the heals of last week’s piece on The 5 Things Everyone Should Know About SEO in Job Descriptions, Ongig took a look at our last 100,000 visits to the “social job descriptions” we help power for our employer users (and thus have visibility into via…Continue
Added by Jason Webster on December 10, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
According to ERE.net roughly 30% of all hires come through a referral. A referral pipeline can be easier to build in the early and mid-stages of a company’s growth. People are attracted by the opportunity to get in early and have an impact.
As your company grows, the referral pipeline can be…Continue
Author: Denise Bradford
Recruiter’s main responsibility is to find the perfect employee for a company. So saying, “I need a SOX Expert with 3-5 years experience in the oil and gas industry” is not going to get you what you need! Here are a few questions you should ask yourself when creating a great job description that will reward you with the person you need.
Bzzzzzzz. Bzzzzzz. That's the sound of a busy bee. Click, send, click, send, click, send, new string, new search, click, send, click, send, all while rocking out to some good country music. Now that is the fun of being a busy sourcing bee. These days my desk is full from 1 side to the other with Job Descriptions galore, and highlighter gone haywire on every keyword, and key point in my VMS client's good and bad written JD's.
Ahh, the Job Description - welcome to…Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on February 2, 2011 at 1:39am — No Comments