Where Do You Want to Find Job Seekers?

Kelly Dingee Job Seeker Advice, Kelly Dingee, Recruiting, Social Networking, Sourcing, Uncategorized

Recruiters and sourcers are panicked about the changes on LinkedIn.  It started with limiting free access to candidates and now there are rumors of recruiters ending up in LinkedIn jail for using Google Chrome extensions to ferret out contact information. The site, smartly in many ways, continues to find alternatives for monetization, and typically that monetization is seen as a …

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Facebook Pixels and Why You Should Be Using Them in Recruitment Marketing

Kate Weimer Kate Weimer, Recruitment Marketing

I talk a lot about Facebook and the seemingly infinite uses it has for those looking to up their recruitment marketing strategy. The Facebook Pixel is no different from my other endorsements—in fact, it might be the best tools that Facebook offers. One of the clients I work with is all-in on Facebook advertising as part of their recruitment marketing strategy. In fact, the …

Please “Like” Us: The New Facebook Jobs

Patrick Ward Patrick Ward, Social Recruiting

You may or may not have heard about Facebook’s recent entry into the job posting market. If you haven’t, that’s perfectly okay. Here at Kinetix, we’re always in the know and would love to break down what this means for your company or job hunting behavior. TechCrunch has a good write-up here on the new platform and how Facebook sees …

Can We Replace LinkedIn? We Could…We Really Really Could….

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Recruiting, Social Media, Social Networking, Sourcing

LinkedIn is a constant in recruiting conversations.  Are you on it? Do you really network? Use the groups? Post jobs? Do you source on it? Still? Is it gone yet? What about Microsoft? Will they kill it? Use all the data? Make it better? Make it worse?  Chicken Little is spinning out of control with the constant LinkedIn rhetoric. I’m …

Recruiting Online? Put Those Judgy Eyes Away.

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Social Media, Social Media and Talent, Social Recruiting, Sourcing, Uncategorized

In what seems like the dark ages of social media, circa 2008, when I was training recruiters and sourcers on how to not only find people but engage in social media, it seemed like the phrase I said most was something akin to “Everyone can see what you post, so think before you post.” These days, that’s said by everyone. …

Your Employees Define Your Employment Brand – How #FBFamily Got Its Start

Holland Dombeck McCue candidate experience, Candidate Pool, Culture, Employee Communications, Employee Engagement, employee experience, Good HR, Holland Dombeck, HR, HR & Marketing, Recruitment Marketing, Social Media and Talent, Social Recruiting

I interviewed a candidate yesterday for a Social Media Coordinator role on my team and one of the questions I asked was around how she approaches identifying content to share on social. Her response was spot on. In her current role, she was tasked defining her recruitment social media content strategy and instead of pushing her own agenda, she asked …

VIDEO: No Scrubs with R.J. Morris – Using Facebook As An Employee and Candidate Engagement Tool

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, HR, HR Tech, Jobvite, Recruitment Marketing, Social Media

Disclaimer: This auto-generated thumbnail above is absolutely no indication of how fun this episode of Jobvite-sponsored “No Scrubs” is. It is F-U-N fun. On this episode of “No Scrubs,” Dawn Burke follows up with Director of Talent Acquisition at McCarthy Building Companies and fellow FOT blogger, R.J. Morris, to hash out the topic of her latest post here on just how relevant Facebook is to employee …

HR TIP: Facebook Still Kickin’ And Working

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Driving Productivity, Employee Engagement, Employee Referrals, Employment Branding and Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, Generations, Good HR, HR & Marketing, HR (& Life!) Advice, Recruiting, Social Media, Social Media and Talent

I had an HR Pro who totally “gets it”—whom I really, really like and completely respect—tell me he doesn’t do Facebook. Hmmm. Actually, I get it and don’t hold it against him. And I imagine many of you HR pros don’t do Facebook either. I don’t judge. In this conversation I quickly told him I’m addicted. Well, in many ways …

Performance Management Economics: Regression to the Mean of Top Performers…

Kris Dunn Coaching, Culture, Driving Productivity, Employee Coaching, Employee Communications, Employee Engagement, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Kris Dunn, Leadership, Performance

I’ve got a theory I’ve written about before: EVERY MANAGER and INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR HAS A SHELF LIFE AT A COMPANY. What’s a shelf life? Shelf life means that you come into a new opportunity with lots of fresh ideas, and you’re engaged and ready to kick some ass. And you do that. Just as importantly, the people around you—the receptors …

Pack It In The Beach Bag! Social Media Recruitment by Andy Headworth

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Social Media, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing, Uncategorized

A little over a year ago, Andy Headworth of Sirona Consulting, asked me if I’d contribute a section to his newest recruiting book, Social Media Recruitment: How to Successfully Integrate Social Media into Recruitment Strategy. I’ve “known” Andy for going on 7 years, he was one of my first Tweeps across the pond and someone I found to be excellent …