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3 Tried-and-True Ways to Attract Top Talent

Top talent doesn’t grow on trees (but wouldn’t that be nice?). Finding suitable job candidates can be challenging. In fact, ManpowerGroup’s ninth annual Talent Shortage Survey revealed that nearly 40 percent of employers globally have difficulty filling jobs. And nearly half (47 percent) of those employers are adopting new recruitment practices to address the issue. […]

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The 2015 Staffing Industry Trend Report

The 2015 Staffing Industry Trend Report [WHITEPAPER]

It’s that time of the year again—when all of us here at Spark Hire make our predictions for what can be expected for the staffing and recruiting industry in the upcoming year. After a ton of research and hours of analysis, Spark Hire recently published the whitepaper entitled “The 2015 Staffing Industry Trend Report” which details […]

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How to Use Social Media to Make Recruiting Easier

When you work as a recruiter, things like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn become huge assets. Use social media correctly and your job instantly becomes much easier. However, it’s important to learn how to leverage social media most effectively in order to recruit. Using LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter for recruiting purposes is far different than how […]

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What Happens When You Mix Social Recruiting With Video Interviewing?

There’s no denying the firm hold social media has on the HR and recruiting world. As we outlined in our recent infographic, Why HR Should Bet on Tech, social recruiting is an easy bet when it comes to connecting with quality candidates. Here’s a great stat from the infographic: 94 percent of recruiters used or […]

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What NOT To Do With Your Small Business Social Media Strategy

Social media strategies can seem easy. You send a bunch of tweets, you make a bunch of Facebook friends, you become the master of social hiring…right? Maybe not. When it comes to your social media hiring strategy, more is not always better. In fact, there are a few important “don’ts” when it comes to social […]

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