Yesterday morning I got an email from one of my webinar attendees who is a Sales and Marketing Manager. “I search LinkedIn a lot for lead generation confirmation.”, he writes, ”I would like to select a name and search directly in LinkedIn only. Can you help direct me on the set up?”
Here is how to set this up.
Download Chrome if you don’t have it. Chrome is a great, fast…
Added by Irina Shamaeva on January 17, 2012 at 1:49pm —
Two weeks ago I wrote a post on accurately measuring "Source to Hire" through your ATS & job distribution technology and received the following interesting comment from Master Burnett:
There is rarely a single source of hire in today’s hyper connected reality. Single source of application maybe.… Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on October 11, 2011 at 3:45pm —
As I was looking at the Twitter stream last week, I came across this tweet:
"Most important recruiting analytic is hardest to Identify: source of hire"
I found this tweet interesting for a few reasons.
First, I think we all understand that this is a huge pain point for many organizations. Recruiting organizations are still having a hard time to accurately tracking source to hire with their ATS and other… Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on September 27, 2011 at 10:36am —
This is an old post from my blog "The Recruiting Unblog.", but as there have been a few posts recently on the topic of Twitter and Recruiters, I thought it was worth sharing. David Palmer asks"Does twitter do anything for recruiters?. This is how one recruiter figured out how to source from Twitter, and got great results. Be glad to hear of other success story's, and no… Continue
Added by Bill Boorman on September 18, 2011 at 7:37pm —
Preface: This post is written less as my opinion and more as a culmination of all the feedback (use cases) some four thousand high-end technology professionals have given me over the past three plus years.
We are in one of the tightest, if not the tightest candidate markets since, well…forever. More open positions than qualified candidates and new companies sprouting up every day (like the dot com). That said, the technical community has maintained a very high bar…
Added by Erin Wilson on August 12, 2011 at 11:33am —
Social media recruiting has taken precedence over the traditional recruiting methods in the recent years. Millions of users join one social network or other on a daily basis. A recent survey has revealed that 82% of job seekers in the U.S. use social networks and 14.4 million job seekers have used social networks to find their last job. Almost 90% of the companies in the U.S. use social media as a recruiting strategy.
Social media recruiting shot to fame because of two reasons. The… Continue
Added by Umamaheswari.K on August 9, 2011 at 8:56am —
Recruiters and hiring managers spend a lot of time to source resumes and extract resumes. Generally when you search for resumes in search engines, you get a lot of results. Along with the resumes, the search results also contain other unwanted information. So, to pick only the resumes from the search results, you need to manually click each result and check whether it is a resume or not, and then segregate the resumes alone from the search results. This is a time-consuming and tiresome… Continue
Added by Umamaheswari.K on June 29, 2011 at 4:51am —
In today’s tech-dominant world, resumes are found everywhere. Search engines, social networking sites, job boards, free resume portals, blogs, personal websites, alumni associations are some of the major sources of resumes. It is quite encouraging for recruiters and hiring managers, but the challenge lies in how quickly you can find the resumes and extract resume & contact information from them.
Typically, recruiters and hiring managers visit various resume sources and… Continue
Added by Umamaheswari.K on May 5, 2011 at 7:04am —
A resume database is one of the most primary and powerful tools that recruiters or hiring managers should always have in their kitty. It is a consolidated list of qualified candidates or some times prescreened candidates that recruiters and hiring managers can quickly reach out during various recruiting assignments. Continue
There are some steps involved in building a resume database. The first step is to identify the targeted audience and search resumes. Typically recruiters search for…
Added by Umamaheswari.K on April 21, 2011 at 7:00am —
Today, Mark and Gerry of CareerXRoads released their latest 2010 Source of Hire Report.
Two of the most notable changes in the numbers this year are the following:
* Job boards became the #2 source of new hires, behind referrals.
* Social media sites still don't account for a large percentage of hires.
To me,… Continue
Added by Jonathan Duarte on March 17, 2011 at 6:59pm —
I've been in sales since I was about 15 years old and have worked a desk since late 1999. I've had the pleasure (and in some cases nearly nauseating pain) of working with some of the best sales people around. I've had the opportunity to train fledgling salespeople and watch them grow and develop from rookies, paralyzed by call anxiety, into take-no-prisoners, hard line closers. But, the truth is, with all of the… Continue
Added by Kevin Vaughn on September 7, 2010 at 1:59am —
A long time ago – say, in the early 1990s – employers had a very good
idea where their job candidates originated. Most came from ‘word of
mouth’ and the rest via newspaper ads.
Not so today. In a world
where candidates can discover jobs via Twitter, job
Added by Eric Shannon on April 5, 2010 at 1:41pm —
There are many open source products available to the Human Resources community, but I feel as though many HR professionals are unaware of how these free software products can be implemented and beneficial to their organization. As we try to maintain our budgets and businesses in this tumultuous time, it is important to know what free software options are out there for HR professionals and how they can be utilized within their organizations.
Open source tools may be the closest… Continue
Added by Dayna Racow on May 8, 2009 at 2:26pm —
Do you want to find qualified candidates and resumes on the internet for free? Now, ReferYes Sourcer provides a free automated sourcing tool to help recruiters and sourcing experts find their candidates online.
ReferYes Sourcer is a passive candidate sourcing tool that searches for resumes and candidates on top search engines and social networks (Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, ZoomInfo). You don’t have to be a Boolean… Continue
Added by Rami Madi on April 14, 2009 at 6:56am —
When experiencing an issue as the Human Resources Manager, or a coroporate recruiter, where are you sourcing the solutions to your problems? Google? Analyst? Trade Shows? Your thoughts are appreciated!
Added by Alisha Smith on March 27, 2008 at 8:25pm —