Tag Archive: HR Innovation

Four Thought Leaders That Are Changing the Recruiting Industry

December 20, 2013 6:05 pm Published by Joy Galia Meyouhas

Want your business to thrive? Keeping up with insights in your industry’s space helps you evolve and create new initiatives. For insights, you can always turn to influencers and thought leaders, if only you know where to find them and who to trust. Whether they are newcomers or have been...

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Are you Following These 5 Social Recruiting Pros?

August 16, 2013 4:03 pm Published by Megan Lunetta

Are you ready for another round of “Follow these Social Recruiting Rockstars”? Well, we’ve got you covered for everything social and mobile recruiting from the experts! Following influencers in the HR field is not only essential to ensure you stay on top of the social media recruiting scene, but it...

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6 Hot Social Recruiting Trends and Tips

July 19, 2013 3:41 pm Published by Megan Lunetta

Recruiting is indeed a social activity, so with the birth of social media, naturally, social recruiting was the next logical step. With 58% of companies reporting difficulty in recruiting, launching a social recruiting strategy can be an essential solution for resolving a company’s recruiting woes. Technological advancements and social media...

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Follow These 4 Social Recruiting Influencers!

July 12, 2013 4:18 pm Published by Megan Lunetta

As a busy HR professional, you don’t always have the time to attend every webinar and conference out there to discover the latest news in social recruiting. Here’s a way to tap into and leverage that knowledge and expertise right from your mobile, laptop, tablet–you name it!–by following social recruiting...

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What Every CEO Should Know about Social Recruiting

July 11, 2013 5:52 pm Published by Stéphane Le Viet

We often talk about social recruiting in terms of the impact on sourcing and hiring–and sometimes on employer branding and marketing. In doing so, we often place HR and Marketing into separate buckets, focusing on the ROI of an investment into one or the other, but never really looking at...

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Introducing Job Cards Beta, Job Descriptions for the Social Age

June 26, 2013 3:39 pm Published by Matthew Brown

Job descriptions are the atomic unit of recruiting: they power applicant tracking systems, fill job boards, and (should) convince candidates that a company and role is right for them. However, it’s fascinating that something so integral to recruiting, so integral to HR and, by extension, so integral to a successful...

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The Future of Human Resources: Marketing and Analytics

May 13, 2013 7:04 pm Published by Erin Osterhaus

When people think of human resources, most will probably first visualize the the long-suffering (and insufferable) Toby from The Office. Some have predicted that the future of in-house HR professionals (whether like Toby or not) may be going the way of the show in which he’s featured–wrapping up and ending...

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Yes, Social Media Builds a Brand. But It’s Nothing Without Substance.

August 27, 2012 8:10 pm Published by Sparsh Ahuja

It’s easy to think of social media as a trivial diversion, ideal for 20-something’s with an addiction to technology and too much time on their hands. However, recruiters are embracing new technology in the social media arena to gain the best candidates for open positions. No matter the objection, companies...

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Be A Social Recruitment Bee: Pollinate the Web

August 6, 2012 6:47 pm Published by Lisa Jones

Don’t you just love bees? They are cute, cuddly (ish), and produce honey for our food and beverages. Their job is a simple one: to eat, drink, travel, pollinate, make honey – I’d love a job like that! Spurious link alert: it hit me the other day that we can...

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