In today’s tight labor market, more recruiters are focusing on passive candidates. The Great Resignation of 2021 has taken the recruitment market from client-driven to candidate driven, not only because of conditions[...]
Yes, Digital Recruitment is Required
Technology moves fast and your recruitment needs to keep pace. Much of our lives has moved into the digital space and that includes the way people look for jobs and how businesses recruit and retain employees. If you’re[...]
Social Media Recruitment Ads and Age Bias
How are social media ads for recruitment biased?The ability to target consumers according to layered criteria is the core selling point of Facebook’s advertising platform. For instance, in niche fields like luxury[...]
Recruitment Strategy: Attract passive job seekers with social media
Social media has transformed the recruiting process across the board. HR departments use social media platforms to target candidates with niche skill-sets, to sort by geographical region or demographic, and to[...]
Digital Recruitment: A Snapshot
When compared to older methods of recruitment strategy, digital recruitment strategy is different in almost every single way. Digital tools allow companies with smaller HR departments to do more. They also allow[...]
Work smarter, not harder: Social media recruitment
The age of Social HR is upon us!
It’s undeniable—social media is everywhere. Social media is not only the main way people share photos, organize local events, stay in touch with family, or complete payments, but it has[...]
How to Hire the Best Hourly Workers for Your Business
It's tough to attract quality hourly workers and retain them long enough to gain a substantial return on investment. It’s easy to assume there’s nothing to be done to mitigate turnover and reduce its huge drain on[...]
Employer Branding: Think Like a Marketer, Act Like an HR Manager
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.
Infographic: 5 Things You Need to Know about Google for Jobs
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.