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A breakup poem + Remote engagement tools + A special D&I moment + Employer branding don’ts


I got to build a monster truck course with my daughter and nephews. So many have benefitted from her work and long will it continue. So that you can, too, can benefit directly from her work, please read this piece she wrote in Forbes on rules for building an empathic culture.

College Dropout: Why We Need To Rethink College Recruiting.

Recruiting Daily

Anyone who says that having a college degree doesn’t matter likely doesn’t have one. According to the Economic Policy Institute , last year the unemployment rate among recent college graduates hovered somewhere around 7%; compare this with the 19% unemployment rate of their peers with only high school degrees. All Falls Down: The College Recruiting Disconnect. School Spirit: Why College Recruiting Is Broken.


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How College Recruiting Can Fuel Diversity Hiring


That’s where college recruiting comes into play. College recruiting is a surefire way to engage skilled, highly motivated talent from diverse communities. Relative to other institutions, colleges are hotbeds of diversity. More than half of all college students are women, and the rates of black, Asian, Latino students continue to rise, which makes colleges one of the best places to find diverse talent. Make Diversity Your Employer Brand.

How to Prepare Your Campus Recruitment Strategy (Before School’s in Session)


Teachers are getting a bit of a respite from dealing with students, and some businesses are taking a breather from the campus recruiting scene. However, smart companies are already ramping up their recruiting efforts for the fall — if they even took a break in the first place. Are you examining the efficacy of your internship programs in identifying quality candidates before they start looking for full-time employment?

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. Ongig, of course, has its own recruiting blog — you’re reading it right now! This includes general HR blogs, recruiting blogs, talent acquisition blogs, employer branding blogs and more. Benefits.

How to Recruit Students with an Online Degree


With the advent of technology, new generational demands, and life-long learning, both employers and job candidates are looking for a new type of employment relationship than even ten years ago. Do students produce any portfolio work throughout the course that you can review?

20 recruitment strategies to win the war for talent in 2020


The fact that I have over a decade of executive and corporate recruiting experience likely won’t persuade you. Nearly a decade ago I co-founded Arielle Executive —an executive branding firm that specialises in helping senior talent stand out in a crowded job market. In our work, my team is privileged to view the recruitment landscape from the candidate’s perspective every day. And we know what they complain about, and appreciate, when it comes to recruiters!

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Recruiting: It’s A Matter of Trust

Recruiting Daily

I’m pretty much a fan of everything in his songbook, but the one song that stays with me, even after all these years, and really resonates with me as a recruiting professional – and one that perfectly describes my personal approach with a sentiment that, for some reason, most recruiters don’t seem to get – is his classic, “ A Matter of Trust.”. What Trust Really Means in Recruiting. Recruiting runs on relationships, and relationships rely exclusively on trust.

Why Should a Recruiter Think Like a Marketer?

Recruiting Blogs

In the competition of talent acquisition, it is essential that recruiters should think like marketers in planning engagement strategy. Our video will point out the benefits of thinking like a marketer for recruiters from the perspectives of professionals in relevant fields.

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The 25 Best HR & Recruiting Blogs in 2018

Newton Software

About: Tim is a well known veteran in the HR & recruiting industry. Bringing over 20 years of experience to the table, he offers insight into every area of the HR & recruiting landscape in his popular blog “The Project”. His blog features a fun, conversational tone of voice that makes you feel like you are learning from a knowledgeable friend with years of experience and expertise in recruiting. Recruiting Daily. The Undercover Recruiter. Tim Sackett.

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Recruiters In Name Only: Why Real Recruiters Should Be Hunting for RINOs.

Recruiting Daily

You’re thinking, “of course. Unless, of course, those players are the R.I.N.O.s of recruiting – those “recruiters in name only” who give the rest of us in the business a bad name. See, I’ve dedicated quite a lot of copy to talking about the current state of talent acquisition and the pulse of recruiting. RINO Hunting: Why “Recruiters In Name Only” P**s Me Off. That’s what real recruiters do.

Cash Is King: How (And When) To Have That Compensation Conversation.

Recruiting Daily

The caveat for all these things, of course, is caveat emptor. Of course, finding for a job starts out with the assumption of frustration and futility, and only occasionally turns out OK, quite the opposite of both marriage and mortgages. What makes it even more painful, of course, is that those offers almost always come in well under what you, the candidate, were expecting. Hurt: Why Compensation Is The 1 Thing A Recruiter Needs To Know About You. Turn to a recruiter.

Happy Hour: A Recruiter’s Guide To Hooking Up.

Recruiting Daily

I’d like to think I’ve learned a lot over my years as a recruiter, but I’d like to start with a piece of wisdom I once got back in the day, and one that has since served me well. But then again, all my best recruiting stories happened a long time ago, back before I figured out you could never really figure this s**t out. But turns out when you’re young, stupid and rich , the world gives you the benefit of the doubt, even when you’re a recruiter.

The 9 Circles of Recruiting Hell: A Divine Comedy.

Recruiting Daily

I know it probably sounds kind of weird to hear a recruiter allude to Classic literature, but there’s nothing I love more than curling up with a good book – and I mean a really good book, and not, say, some statistically skewed Malcolm Gladwell pop psychology or the kinds of cheesy Penny Dreadful that land authors like Sue Grafton on the New York Times Best Seller List (“ C is for Crap,” coming soon to a Hudson Booksellers near you!).

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