When it comes to online recruiting and talent acquisition, blogging may not seem like the obvious choice for attracting top talent. However, if the digital age has revealed anything to us, it’s that tech-savvy users want more — more social media, more access and more content. Recruiter.com references research from Ask Your Target Market, which […]
In yesterday’s article, we referenced two trends that ere.net suggested recruiters be on the lookout for in 2014. These two predicted trends were that recruiting in 2014 would look more like marketing the company brand and big data would play a larger role in helping companies make new hires.
With the close of 2013, everyone is making their predictions for 2014 in terms of weather, sports and politics. Well, the recruiting industry is no different. As you and other recruiters face 2014, there are many changes you need to make in order to recruit 2014 job candidates.
Think Twitter is off limits to online recruiting? Think again. Retweeting, mentioning and hashtagging are all means of networking on this particular social network, and using these techniques of getting and staying in touch with your followers can help you find your next new hire.
Most job seekers will visit dozens, perhaps hundreds, of websites before their job search comes to an end. Unfortunately, a lot of those websites are terrible. Websites that are difficult to navigate, unattractive, or out-of-date can deter job seekers from applying to your open positions. Fortunately, you don’t have to lose top talent during the […]