Why Your Company’s Social Media Policy Matters

Social media is a hot topic these days among job seekers and employers alike. Everyone knows the power behind even just one tweet, so it’s becoming increasingly common for companies to put social media policies into place. Potential new hires are also interested in a company’s social media policy, as they want to know exactly […]

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Tips for Maximizing Your Employee Handbook

While often overlooked, an employee handbook is an important part of any organization. It helps to set the tone of that company, and let’s new hires and veterans know what is expected of them. However, many recruiters often forget that an employee handbook can also serve as an important recruiting tool. When a person knows […]

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The Recruiting Faux Pas You Don’t Want to Make

A recruiter’s approach has a significant impact on their ability to draw in top tier talent. Come off as aggressive and pushy and you’ll find that potential employees are disappearing. However, lay low and you’ll lose the best candidates to other firms. In order to keep bringing in the best that the industry has to […]

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Understanding What Potential New Hires Want to Hear From a Recruiter

There’s a lot of focus on what an employer’s looking for during the hiring process, but the potential employee’s point of view is an important one to consider too. While it’s necessary to understand what makes a candidate stand out to a hiring manager, it’s equally as beneficial to learn what draws talent to one […]

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How Sabbaticals Can Help Recruiters

Giving employees extended amounts of time off sounds like something that would be perfect for staff members and havoc inducing for a company’s bottom line. In reality, quite the opposite is true. Studies show that employees who take sabbaticals come back feeling refreshed, and are more productive as a result. Instead of sitting at their […]

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