Tag Archive: Employer Brand

5 More Reasons to Start Social Recruiting Today

September 9, 2014 4:01 pm Published by Anne Fleshman

Recently, we shared 4 Reasons to Start Social Recruiting Today. Social recruiting can significantly change the way you hire candidates. It allows you to quickly and easily engage with potential candidates, both passive and active, on a more personal level. Early adopters are already having success recruiting on social networks....

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4 Reasons to Start Social Recruiting Today

August 20, 2014 3:23 pm Published by Anne Fleshman

You might have stumbled across this post because you are thinking about implementing a social recruiting strategy. Or maybe you’ve found that job boards and other recruiting techniques of the early 2000s aren’t quite as effective as they used to be and are looking for new avenues for recruitment. Whatever...

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New Feature: Custom Branding for Job Cards

August 11, 2014 3:49 pm Published by Matthew Brown

A strong employer brand is the foundation for building an effective social recruiting strategy. The better you showcase your employment brand, the easier it will be for potential candidates to envision what it will be like to work for your company. But developing a strong employer brand that differentiates you...

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Does Your Employer Brand Need a Boost?

April 25, 2014 3:48 pm Published by Anne Fleshman

Having a strong employer brand is one of the most important components of any recruiting strategy. It tells a story to your candidates about what it’s like to work at your company and shows them how much you value your employees. The viral nature of social networks has created many...

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It’s Link Roundup Time… Show Off Your Employer Branding!

April 26, 2013 5:16 pm Published by Megan Lunetta

How do you tell your brand story? Telling your story intrigues candidates, while helping you to grow your brand. Exposing your company culture and values online helps to attract both active and passive job seekers. Candidates seek out your brand on social media to get a sense of what’s it’s...

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