This post was inspired by Keith McIllvaine’s blog post Recruiting on the Move.
With the number of smartphone owners rising by the year (by all accounts), it’s not hard to predict that mobile applications are the way that most people will interact with the web. …Continue
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The evolution of the Career Site has occurred rapidly over the last decade. Career Sites are no longer (or should no longer) be static job pages linked together by a single homepage but really act as your recruiting hub for engaging and interfacing with candidates about your company and employment opportunities.
Candidates no longer just want a job search for open positions (although that’s a necessity) but they want to learn about your company and culture so they can make an…Continue
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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 vendor consolidation tips, blogging insights, talent succession, mobile recruiting and recruiting…Continue
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In this episode, I discuss location based mobile recruiting with Craig Fisher.
Jim Stroud interviews Craig Fisher at the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. The topic? How to use Foursquare for recruiting (or is that stalking?) purposes. If you are into location based mobile recruiting, be sure to tune in and check this out.
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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 mobile recruiting, recruiting on Pinterest and others, Career Sites, disagreeing with Buddha and conference commandments.
Here are the articles our that interested us this week (in no particular order),…Continue
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On this blog, we’ve spoken about a good deal about candidate experience and how your can improve the overall experience. From going over the different stages of the process that affect it to why candidates drop off the apply process, we’ve covered a number of varying topics around the candidate experience.
But I wanted to go back to our posts and create a laundry list of…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 Moneyball & recruiting, corporate culture at Rackspace, mobile, Sodexo, the importance of content and creating targeted content.
Here are the articles our that interested us this week (in no…Continue
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Last month, I encouraged job seekers to step away from the job boards and step outside to get some fresh air, network,…Continue
The demand for mobile application development skills has grown dramatically over the past few years up 82% year-over-year from February 2011, 295% compared to 2010, and more than 400% from February 2009, according to WANTED Analytics™. In February 2012 alone, more than 19,000 online ads were placed for mobile application developers in the United…Continue
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With the current job markets unprecedented demand for specialists in healthcare, IT Professionals have a new challenge to face as they re-evaluate their expertise and prepare to embrace a career change andplay an important role in U.S. healthcare history. In this blog, I am going to take a brief look at Healthcare IT and the likelihood of long term growth in this segment of the employment market.
In order to provide better health care at lower cost,…Continue
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Living in the era of social media eases our efforts in finding our dream job. Whether you own a smartphone, iPhone or a tablet, running iOS, Android or Windows 7, you have a large range of mobile apps to choose from if you want to find a job at lightning speed.
Due to their rich intuitive features, mobile apps can assist you at all stages of the job search process. You can track job listings, get access to hiring company’s videos, tweets and blogs, make use of job search tools and…Continue
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As a professional in the recruiting industry, you never know what your day could bring. Put a few good habits to work, so when things do go haywire, you can stay on route to closing more business.
Are you guilty of putting these lame excuses between yourself and opportunity?
1. Didn’t Have Access
Recruiting is a business based on people. And people can be a bit unpredictable at times. So don’t get caught off-guard. An investment in…Continue
As smartphone adoption rates multiply and social networking behaviors increase, the mobile recruitment industry will steadily expand over the next few years. According to a Nielson report published in late 2011, 44% of Americans own a smartphone, up from just 18% two years ago. Although a Vision Mobile study reported that gaming is the top category access by 62% of all U.S. smartphones, Nielson’s “Social Media Report – Q3” states mobile social media use is also on the rise with nearly 2 of 5…Continue
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Did you locate your dream job, but find yourself discouraged by the challenge of standing out from the crowd of competing applicants?
The seasoned staffing professionals at Relational IT are in perpetual contact with the IT talent pool, and offer these insights into techniques to differentiate yourself, regardless of your experience and expertise:
Build a strong personal brand. This will help you distinguish yourself from other professionals, stay competitive in the employment…Continue
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According to the National Association for Business Economics, one recent Business Week article announced that “Surveys Show that Fewer U.S. Companies Plan to Boost Hiring in 2012”. U.S. companies planning to hire people in the next six months fell to 27 percent, the lowest in at least five quarters, and 64 percent said employment will not…Continue
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In 2010 I wrote an article Recruiting Goes Mobile In 2010 predicting that with so many candidates on mobile, this is where we need to be. I attended SourceCon last week and the topic much of the content was surrounding mobile sourcing. It made me ask the question...Why are we behind always in recruiting technology? Why are we not making it happen BEFORE the trend hits? 2 years ago I was…Continue
While everyone has a different opinion on what success really is (wealth? notoriety? the elusive work/life balance?), there are a few themes on what makes a recruiter a big success that keep popping up again and again.
Here’s a quick look at what the successful…Continue
One of the biggest highlights at Sendouts for 2011 was the release of the revamped Sendouts mobile. The mobile recruiting landscape had changed quite a bit from the initial launch of Sendouts mobile in 2004. Advances in technology, not to mention the proliferation of touch-screen devices meant that it was definitely time to reinvent our mobile app. Mobile will…Continue