How to Sell Older Clients on Newer Recruiting Technology

How to Sell Older Clients on Newer Recruiting Technology

In today’s technologically advanced world, it can seem almost impossible that any recruiter would have clients who are not on board with newer recruiting technology, such as video interviews.  However, this can be the case with many older clients who seem to think that what has always worked, will still work. Do not be discouraged […]

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Crucial Recruiting Strategies for Attracting Passive Candidates

Crucial Recruiting Strategies for Attracting Passive Candidates

Passive candidates are a unique breed. They’re not banging down your door looking for a job, but when approached correctly, they can contribute to your workplace in a productive and vibrant way. However, for employers who are used to being approached by candidates who are hungry for a job, the notion of a passive candidate […]

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How to Attract Qualified Job Applicants

The Recruiting Reel Episode 1: How to Attract Qualified Job Applicants

The #Recruiting Reel Episode 1 is live! Feat. @RikkaBrandon @AllThingsBiz Watch it here: Click To Tweet Here’s the transcript of the episode: Josh Tolan: My name is Josh Tolan and I’m the CEO of Spark Hire, the leading video interviewing platform used by thousands of organizations around the world. And this is The Recruiting Reel, […]

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How to Collaborate with Busy Clients

How to Collaborate with Busy Clients

Today, hiring managers seem to be busier than ever.  Getting in touch with managers regarding their needs and submitting candidates can become quite the challenge, even for experienced recruiters. It’s time that recruiters take advantage of newer technology in order to better collaborate with busy clients with ease, which can help to maintain strong relationships.

How to Balance Hiring for Cultural Fit and Functionality

How to Balance Hiring for Cultural Fit and Functionality

Hiring managers today understand that cultural fit is a major point to consider when bringing a new employee on board. If the new team member doesn’t see eye-to-eye with co-workers and clashes with management, it’s unlikely that they’ll stick around for long. But while you’ll want to consider how they would blend in with the […]

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