Welcome to the final component in our three week Mobile Recruiting excursion. At this point, we’ve built a pretty solid case for mobile optimization with percentages to support most employers’ target demographics and we’ve also debunked a lot of the myths surrou. . .
In our last two Career Site Optimization posts, we walked you through shifting your perception of hiring to one that is marketing focused, and we also helped you build a solid metrics foundation by introducing you to Google Analytics. Now that you know what your goals are and how. . .
Millions of dollars are spent each year to create a unique employer brand. Every business wants to be the next Google, Nike, or Apple. Obtaining the right image in your industry will help your company recruit easily as people want to work for your organization. As HR professional. . .
As a professional in human resources, you are often the first line of defense in finding quality new hires. Once a few choice candidates are selected from the vast applicant pool, you are tasked with screening them in an initial interview. While this can get overlooked as a stand. . .
A 2012 Jobvite survey found that 93% of professional recruiters use LinkedIn to find qualified candidates. Hiring managers from companies large and small should take a hint from the pros: online resources like LinkedIn are valuable and effective recruiting tools, with application. . .
I stumbled across another great ERE article the other day and wanted to highlight a few of its points because the resurgence of the economy brings with it potential recruiting challenges if you aren’t in tune with current trends. Get Ready for Competition The days in which . . .