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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]