Your career website presents a gateway to a world of potential candidates. By providing visitors with a complete representation of your company in an interesting and user-friendly format, your site acts as a branding magnet. A successfully implemented career site appeals to more visitors, broadening the possibility for a greater number of applicants from a wider pool of browsers. Your site should maximize a potential candidate’s browsing time, provide them with a way to directly engage and…Continue
After you've identified your company's Candidate Value Proposition (CVP), it's important to take charge and implement your employer branding plan.
A crucial branding element is generating employment buzz. This motivates your employees to share their enviable work experiences with their friends, via their social media networks.
The influence of employment buzz lies in familiar social media envy and in the…Continue
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CareerXroad's 2012 Sources of Hire has hit the virtual shelves of our in-boxes and Twitter feeds, bringing fascinating findings about the current status of recruiting, and promising developments for the future.
In January 2012, authors Gerry Crispin and Mark Mehler interviewed staffing heads from small to mid-sized companies. The results correspond with the…Continue
Today's tech-savvy newbie labor force has developed work philosophies which differ from those of previous generations. And with more than three-quarters of these Millenials (also known as Gen-Y) frequenting social media network sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, they are cultivating and shaping new communication trends which are changing the ways in which we relate with…Continue
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