In the days of the television show, Mad Men, advertising agencies created catchy jingles to promote products like cigarettes, cars and household items. But branding isn’t just for household names anymore.
Google is flexing its search engine dominance again. This time, it’s taking on recruitment marketing. Google for Jobs, launched in June, is garnering positive reviews and gaining momentum.
It happens all of the time. A hiring organization uses tried-and-true methods to announce job opportunities, say posting an open position on a major job board like Indeed or LinkedIn. And that’s it. That’s all they[...]
Epic employee recruitment videos have been around for years, but it seems some employers have yet to master the balance of art and entertainment with design and function. It’s difficult to do so here's our quick take[...]
The recruiting game has changed. If you aren’t ready, you’re probably missing out on some really great opportunities. In this short video, Monster explains the three critically important areas of focus in recruiting[...]
The main principle of improvisation is “yes, and…”. This means that you hear whatever your partner has offered, accept it, then add to it. It sounds simple but can be difficult to put into practice. Often we don’t[...]
From USA Today | (Photo: Lockheed Martin)
Employers who took their sweet time making hiring decisions just a few years ago, are scrambling to snag candidates in as little as a day for fear of losing them to[...]