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Lunch is for Wimps, So Keep Staring at Your Phone

Kathy Rapp Corporate America, Culture, Kathy Rapp

Remember when owning a mobile phone was a symbol of success? You know, the Motorola monster Michael Douglas, aka Gordon Gekko, aka “Awww, lunch is for wimps“, wielded around so powerfully in 1987’s “Wall Street“?  Everyone wanted one, but only a few were privileged enough at the time to own one. Fast forward and A) recognize the speed of technological …

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VIDEO: SmashUps with Maren Hogan – The Recruitment Marketing Tell-All You’ve Been Waiting For

Tim Sackett Recruitment Marketing, Smashfly, Social Media, Tim Sackett

Welcome to SmashUps, brought to you by the recruitment marketing pros at Smashfly! Each month, our host, Tim Sackett, will chat with a featured guest on ways you can better attract candidates and actually convert them into job applicants. Novel thoughts, right? This month on SmashUps, Tim talks to Maren Hogan, Chief Marketing Brain at Red Branch Media, a marketing agency with industry niche …

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Community Management + Employer Branding

Kate Weimer candidate experience, Kate Weimer, Recruitment Marketing

Too many times a brand that is new to social media pulls the old “post and dash.” Essentially, they load up their social schedulers or organically post throughout the day and then go hands off once their posts are up. I guess the “social” part of social media got lost on them. Yep, believe it or not, social media is …

PODCAST: Turning the Tables: Recruiting Recruiters feat. Jay Kuhns

Tim Sackett Podcast, Recruiting, Tim Sackett, Udacity

Your recruiting team is headed into vast, uncharted territory. It’s great for business, but might be too much for your team, as is, to handle. What’s a leader to do? On this episode of The New School Podcast, brought to you by Udacity, host Tim Sackett and his guest Jay Kuhns dig into ways to quickly and effectively bulk up …

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Looking at Social Schedulers Beyond Scheduling

Kate Weimer Kate Weimer, Recruitment Marketing, Social Media, Social Recruiting

This one’s for all you trying to bust into the social media recruitment marketing scene… I am what I would call a social media purist. When it comes to posting on social media, I always prefer to do it natively, meaning within each separate social media that I’m posting on. This preference is a mixture of the way I was “raised” …

VIDEO: SmashUps with Celinda Appleby – What It Takes To Get Your Recruitment Marketing Strategy Off The Ground

Tim Sackett Recruitment Marketing, Smashfly, Social Media, Social Recruiting, Tim Sackett

Welcome to SmashUps, brought to you by the recruitment marketing pros at Smashfly! Each month, our host, Tim Sackett, will chat with a featured guest on ways you can better attract candidates and actually convert them into job applicants. Novel thoughts, right? This month on SmashUps, Tim talks to Celinda Appleby, Global Digital and Social Media Manager for Talent Acquisition at Nike. Recruitment marketing is …

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 …

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 …

Are We Still Posting Jobs In 2016?

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Sourcing, Uncategorized

It’s Sunday, and I’m writing another webinar on recruiting, sourcing and all that is wonderful in those worlds and all the wonder there could be. I’ve managed to keep it fun and light as we chat about recruiting in 2016 with references to Bowie and the Bionic Woman. One of the questions I’ve been asked to address is this idea of …

Can Social Media Replace Your Career Site?

Holland Dombeck McCue Holland Dombeck, Social Media

When was the last time you went to a corporate website… other than your own? Now consider, when was the last time you visited a brand on social media? A majority of the Fortune 100 websites (68% in fact) have been experiencing negative growth, but are seeing significant increases in their social media traffic, posing the question: Do you still …