Can You Text Me Now? How To Leverage Text Messaging for Recruiting

Patrick Ward Patrick Ward, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing

Texting. It’s something we all do countless times a day now. We text our friends, family, and bosses. We receive text messages giving us our security codes, receipts from credit card transactions, and reminding us of our doctor’s appointments. But, how many of us can say we’ve been texted about a specific, legitimate job opportunity? As it gets harder and harder …

What Did 56,000+ Software Developers Say About the Job Market?

Tim Sackett Good HR, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Star Wars, Tim Sackett, Udacity, Uncategorized

Stack Overflow recently released the results from their annual Developer Survey and this year over 56,000 Developers from 173 countries answered questions about the tech they love, the tech they hate and dozens of other questions that will help you understand them better and recruit them to your organization! Stack Overflow is the largest online community for programmers in the world. Here …

VIDEO: No Scrubs with Lars Schmidt – Thinking Like a Startup

Dawn Burke Audacious Ideas, candidate experience, Dawn Burke, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Talent Strategy

Check out the latest episode of No Scrubs below as Dawn Burke riffs with Lars Schmidt, founder of Amplify Talent, on her latest post where she explores her hypothesis that corporate recruiting functions have to think like a startup in order to truly thrive. No Scrubs is brought to you by the good folks at Jobvite – everything you need in a recruiting solution. …

Your Candidate Experience Sucks, Fix It With These Changes

Guest: Ed Baldwin candidate experience, Ed Baldwin, Employment Branding and Culture, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing

Yeah, that’s right. If you’re a recruiter and your company is part of the chorus of employers that sing the ‘our greatest asset is our people’ mantra, then you owe applicants who show interest in working for your company something – you owe them a great candidate experience. It amazes me how many recruiting shops out there suck at creating …

Spice It Up: Attract Better Candidates With Your LinkedIn Profile

Elizabeth Dickerson Employment Branding and Culture, HR & Marketing, Personal Brand, Recruitment Marketing, Social Media, Uncategorized

Do you like cheese dip? I like cheese dip. Actually, Liz loves cheese dip—specifically with jalapeños. Why? Because I don’t like boring, and neither do top-tier candidates who are looking to take their career up a few notches. They like it hot. By “hot” I mean candidates look for the following when they’re researching your company: Souped up social media accounts that are active daily …

To Be A Great Internal Recruiting Shop: Think Like A Startup

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Influence, Innovation, Job Market, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Talent Strategy

“You don’t need to have a 100-person company to develop that idea”                                                         –Larry Page, Google co-founder A lot of folks I know in the HR space work on the corporate side. They …

The New School Podcast: Personal Branding for Recruiters

Tim Sackett Jennifer McClure, Personal Brand, Podcast, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing

On the latest edition of The New School Podcast, we ask, “What are the new recruiters today missing when it comes to branding themselves?” Host Tim Sackett and guest Jennifer McClure dig into this topic of personal branding within the HR/recruiting space. They pinpoint ways to help you elevate your own personal brand—and explain why it’s so important. It’s a …

A Sourcer Weighs In On The Monster Madness

Kelly Dingee Job Boards, Kelly Dingee, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing

Ah Monster.  The vendor with whom everyone has had a love/hate relationship.  Have we been inundated with assessments on its acquisition? I think yes.  This one is my favorite. I appreciate all the assessments of the industry, but let me offer you the user point of view.  Eons ago…circa 1999….I posted my resume on Monster.  I had been in the …

Recruiting Harder vs. Recruiting Smarter

Tim Sackett Always Be Closing, Candidate Pool, Driving Productivity, HR Technology, Job Market, job postings, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Tim Sackett

I had a boss who used to love coming in and giving the generic management direction of “we need to work smarter, not harder”! Thanks, Einstein. Now, are you willing to tell us what the heck that actually means!? In the recruiting game today, I know recruiters are being told this. As average days to fill continue to rise because the job market …

HR Tech is Child’s Play When You Talk to CyberSecurity Candidates

Matt Charney AsiaPac, Matt Charney, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Science, Sourcing, Talent Strategy, Trench HR

So, we’re pulling up to #BSidesLV (after attending, I’m still not sure what the hell that means), and I’m about to swipe my card through the taxi meter when suddenly, the screen goes black. Suddenly, some Linux instance popped up (I know because it was written on the bottom of the screen), although I have no idea what the hell …