From company to company, hiring philosophies differ based on the company’s structure, culture, and scope. How do you create a sense of community while finding the right people to do your specific jobs? As a recruiter it can be hard to gauge which interviewee will fit best within your company’s...Continue Reading
[youtube=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUF643qZMcs”] If you’re anything like me, you’ve been following all of the major social recruiting blogs and Twitter personalities–and you’ve been reading more and more about the importance of “mobile” to your hiring success. But what is mobile hiring and what does hardware have to do with your social...Continue Reading
With the increasing pressure for recruiters to use social media as a means of sourcing talent, jobseekers must do all they can to keep up with the ever-changing trends on social networking sites. So, this one goes out to all the potential candidates! Here are some great tips and guidelines for...Continue Reading
Do the math: is your workplace the right fit for your employees–and do the people you hire bring the right attitude and skills to the conference room table? If neither side of the equation adds up, then maybe it’s time to shift some variables with your HR strategy.
One reason Facebook is such a powerful tool for job seekers and recruiters is the strength and breadth of connections between people and their networks. When you’re looking for a job, it makes sense to reach out to your friends, but the majority of people share their job seeking activities...Continue Reading
Where are you getting your social recruiting advice? Before you can start fishing from the social talent pool, you have to learn how to swim–and to keep your head above water, you need to understand how to recruit on social media networks that best fit your own recruiting initiatives. ...Continue Reading
Consider this week’s round up a “call” to action of sorts: dial in your mobile recruitment or be prepared to miss out on your best candidates!
If you were ever a candidate or an employee at Work4, chances are I was your first contact in the recruitment process. I am the person in charge of overlooking the recruitment at Work4. What started out as an internship in a non-existent HR department in January 2012 quickly transformed...Continue Reading