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The #10YearChallenge for Recruiting: What’s Changed Since 2009?


The viral #10YearChallenge taking over our social media feeds inspired us: how has recruiting changed since 2009? Flashback to 2009: the world of recruiting was a different place. In fact, some online experts declared 2009 “THE year to get to know and effectively utilize social media tools.” 2009: Social media vs 2019: AI.

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This ‘post-recession’ advice is 11 years old. It’s never been more relevant!

Greg Savage

I wrote this blog in 2009, just as we were emerging from what we then considered to be a bad recession. LOL (Yes, that’s right, I have been writing blogs for your reading pleasure, every week, for over 10 years. Thanks for asking.) It could not be more relevant for us now, even if I […].


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10 Years of Programmatic: What We’ve Learned and Where We’re Heading


In 2009, a group of passionate recruitment marketers wanted to solve one of the industry’s biggest pain points – and created programmatic job advertising. The recruitment marketing and talent acquisition landscape is constantly evolving, and one major technological shift in the industry is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

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Are You Still Hiring Like It's 2009??


Many small and mid-sized businesses are struggling to stay fully staffed. With unemployment under 4 percent, the talent market is as competitive as it has been in 50 years — but unfortunately, many small businesses haven't updated their hiring procedures in a decade.

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7 Smart Ways Blockchain is Changing The Recruiting Process


Blockchain technology appeared in 2009 with the development of bitcoin, a virtual currency. Phil Aldridge, chief technology officer at Peoplewave, explains this phenomenon. Blockchain is a distributed and secure database.

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Gig Economy: Workforce Attraction, Adaption, and Adoption


When the term “gig economy” was coined in 2009 by journalist Tina Brown , she reported that this trend involved “workers pursuing ‘a bunch of free-floating projects, consultancies, and part-time bits and pieces’ while they transacted in a digital marketplace.”

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Want to Engage Future Leaders? Empower Them

TalentCulture - Recruiting

Although that’s the highest level since Gallup started tracking global data in 2009, it means 77% of the workforce still misses the mark. If not, here’s a powerful wake-up call from Gallup. Last year, the global employee engagement rate was only 23%. Plus, it falls […] The post Want to Engage Future Leaders?

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