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Talent Attraction: What it is and Things to Think About

Proactive Talent

Talent attraction is a term used in the Human Resources and Talent Acquisition field to describe luring the most desirable of passive candidates to a specific employer and incentivizing them to apply for work with implied and envisioned benefits.

Fuzzy Math: What Employer Brand Metrics Should You Be Measuring?

Recruiting Daily

Brand is one of those business concepts that is difficult to define, much less measure. Employer brand is no different. Blog Posts News Recruitment Marketing advocacy candidate experience employer branding EVP guest post Recruiting Industry referrals Social Media social recruiting Tips tom laine

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Candidate Experience for Dummies.

Recruiting Daily

Everyone seems to be talking about candidate experience these days, and the noise surrounding this perennial talent trending topic has become deafening, even though most of that banter ultimately falls on deaf ears throughout the recruiting universe. After all, I’m not sure anyone’s really an “expert” on candidate experience, but I’m damn sure that I’m by no means any sort of definitive authority on this subject.

HR Check In: The Trifecta of Recruiting (Social Recruiting, Candidate Experience, Employer Brand)

Jibe

Unfortunately, talent acquisition teams that aren’t dedicating time and effort to these three recruiting concepts won’t be able to keep up with modern candidates. Your job seekers expect a positive candidate experience, availability and engagement from you on social tools, and the visibility into an attractive employer brand when they look for positions at your company. 4 Social Recruitment Blunders That Can Cost Your Business (HRN Blog).

The Deadly Sins of Social Recruiting.

Recruiting Daily

There’s been quite a bit of hype about social media. Social media is self perpetuating; networks are echo chambers that magnify their own importance. This is why no matter how successful you feel social media has been for your recruitment efforts, it’s important to take a step back and ask yourself a few critical questions. Are you really generating regular client inquiries and business development opportunities on social media?

Glassdoor Employer Branding Summit: Top 10 Talent Takeaways.

Recruiting Daily

We’re gearing up for next week’s 2nd annual Glassdoor Employer Branding Summit and are so excited to spend the day learning from employer branding experts from companies including Zillow, Glassdoor, Salesforce, Dell and more! In today’s rapidly changing employment landscape, it’s important to keep yourself informed on what the pros and your peers are saying about the industry. 10 Things You’ll learn at the Glassdoor Employer Branding Summit.

4 Secrets to Improve the Candidate Experience with Digital Tactics

Spark Hire

The candidate experience is one of the most important and overlooked aspects of your hiring process. To deliver an excellent candidate experience, consider all of the aspects involved. When you’re focused on attracting talent , building your employer brand, talent sourcing , and everything in between, you’re directly impacting the candidate experience. It starts with the first interaction candidates have with your company.

The State of Candidate Experience in 10 Statistics

Recruiting Daily

With hundreds of employers voluntarily subjecting their hiring process to the intense scrutiny involved in being adjudicated by nearly 95,000 applicant responses, the 2014 Candidate Experience Awards did more than just open the recruiting books up at some of the world’s biggest brands. 10 Candidate Experience Statistics Every Recruiter Should Know. For job seekers, search is clearly beating the pants off social.

Social Media Recruitment Strategies That Work

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Social media has become an increasingly valuable tool for job seekers when they’re looking for their next career opportunity. And social media recruiting strategies have become a key way for companies to find and connect with right-fit talent. But it takes a lot more than a social media profile for employers to use these platforms to their full advantage. show just how prevalent social has become for candidates.

Employer Branding: Fad or Future? The Expert Review

Beamery

Branding building has been part and parcel of the marketing process for years. Nowadays though, the way we market our companies to candidates is becoming increasingly important. Long gone are the days of top talent beating a path to our door, nowadays the onus is on earning the best candidates’ attention. In this case, instead of reading reviews on Amazon, applicants are turning to social media and to websites like Glassdoor to get the real scoop on companies.

Beautiful Struggle: Why Social Recruiting Shouldn’t Be Easy.

Recruiting Daily

Social Recruiting Just To Get By. Or even worse, just adding #Jobs to the end of a tweet and hoping some qualified candidate happens to see it aren’t going to help you with anything other than looking like you still don’t get how any of this social stuff works. There’s an inverse relationship between how easy something is to do on social and how useful it is to do. Social Recruiting’s State of Grace. It’s all about the brand.

Candidate Experience: A Crash Course for Modern Recruiters

Jibe

Due to an unprecedented demand for more foundational candidate experience content, we’ve created the first-ever candidate experience crash course. This article is designed to help beginner recruiters better understand and utilize candidate experience best practices across the recruiting lifecycle. Candidate Experience Definition. Improving Candidate Experience: Why You Should Care.

Employer branding: important or illusion? The expert review

Beamery

Branding building has been part and parcel of the marketing process for years. Nowadays though, the way we market our companies to candidates is becoming increasingly important. Long gone are the days of top talent beating a path to our door, nowadays the onus is on earning the best candidates’ attention. In this case, instead of reading reviews on Amazon, applicants are turning to social media and to websites like Glassdoor to get the real scoop on companies.

Dialed In: Mobile Recruiting and The Candidate Experience.

Recruiting Daily

People use mobile for convenience, but for some reason, even in 2015, it’s often still a big pain in the ass, particularly since a surprising amount of sites seem to think “responsive design” means creating such a poor user experience that you can’t help but respond by being pretty pissed off and frustrated. Mobile Recruiting: Can You Hear Me Now? If you’re not asking for mobile recruiting solutions, you’re asking for trouble.

4 Social Media Tips From the 2020 Rally Award Winners

Rally Recruitment Marketing

You’re creating and sharing great Recruitment Marketing content each and every day that provides candidates with authentic insight into your company culture. The Rally Awards exist to celebrate the best employer brand and Recruitment Marketing work in the world.

Social Recruiting Round-Up: October 2015

Social Talent

Welcome to the October edition of our Social Recruiting Round-Up – a selection of the best, most shared blogs, infographics, webinars and recruitment news stories from the Social Talent blog in the last month. So, enjoy it, share it and have a very Happy Friday recruiters, we’ll see you next week! Top Recruitment Blogs from October 2015: A Recruiter’s Guide to Building a Strong LinkedIn Network. The Most Hated Words Among Recruiters.

5 Employer Branding Mistakes to Stop Making Right Now

Jibe

Employer branding, simply put, is the way job seekers perceive a company as a place to work. Tons of recruiters are asking themselves how candidates perceive their company as a place to work, but few are doing anything about it. Of course the structure of employer brand is complex. It’s comprised of many things like employer happiness, your corporate image, your candidate experience —they all play a role. Employee/Recruiter Blogs.

Forrester Webinar: The New Role of Recruiters in Talent Acquisition

SmashFly

Just as the internet, social media, reviews and mobile changed the way we shop for products and services, they’ve also changed the way candidates “shop” for jobs. Continue Reading → The post Forrester Webinar: The New Role of Recruiters in Talent Acquisition appeared first on SmashFly Blog.

Don’t Be Humble: Showcase Your Employer Brand Through Recruitment Marketing

Yello

Whether it’s a cafeteria stocked with free food or the opportunity to send humans to Mars, it’s easy to conjure up reasons candidates seek out careers with popular, newsworthy companies. That’s the result of effective employer branding, broadcasting each organization’s values to the public at large to make their products, services and work environments as desirable as possible. Build a modern hiring experience.

3 Talent Acquisition Trends You Need To Know In 2016

Proactive Talent

With 76% of the online population now on social media, it has never been easier to find and source candidates online. However, the social web has also made recruiting more complex as candidates are becoming more segmented across the web. So what can a talent acquisition leader or recruiter like you do to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive talent landscape? Do you need help with optimizing your recruiting or employer branding efforts?

Employer Brand: Breaking It Down In Order to Build It Up

Jibe

A company’s employer brand is in many ways a lagging indicator—one that’s influenced by hundreds, maybe thousands of variables. More likely, you will strategically work to improve one of the numerous areas that influence your employer brand. This typically means taking a step back from a task, like improving your employer brand, and looking at the bigger picture. In other words, reverse engineer what comprises a strong employer brand.

Employer Branding: Definition, Process, Strategy and Resources

Beamery

Companies that consistently attract the best talent get one thing right: Employer branding. Instead of reading reviews on Amazon, candidates are turning to social media and to websites like Glassdoor to get the real scoop on companies. It’s up to recruiting departments to make sure candidates like what they see. This is where a carefully planned employer branding strategy becomes critical. So, what is an Employer Brand?

How to recruit on YouTube

Workable

For recruiters who want to expand their sourcing techniques, YouTube is a channel worth exploring. Here’s a guide to recruiting on YouTube: How to get started with YouTube recruitment. You’ll be prompted to create a Brand Account. Brand Accounts , unlike personal accounts, can have multiple managers. You are now ready to start creating content to attract potential candidates on YouTube. How to build your employer brand on YouTube.

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5 Reasons to go to the TMA Strategic Recruiting Summit

SmashFly

For those interested in attending the TMA Strategic Recruitment Summit in Miami, FL, use the promo code SF200 and receive $200 off the conference registration. Next week the SmashFly team is leaving the snow bank wonderland of Boston for the sunny atmosphere of Miami for this year’s TMA Strategic Recruitment Summit. Employer Branding as a Focus. Employer Branding has been a hot topic for most organizations over the past year and for good reason.

Social Recruiting – How to Attract and Connect With Top Candidates

Spark Hire

One of the best talent acquisition strategies continues to go underutilized — social recruiting. The candidate experience is one of the most important parts of talent acquisition. You want candidates to feel wanted and for them to understand how they fit into the prospective role as well as your culture. Social media is perfect for expanding your employer branding and connecting with candidates on a more human level.

Why I Started Proactive Talent Strategies, LLC

Proactive Talent

I started Proactive Talent Strategies, LLC after years of building modern recruiting strategies and programs due to the fact that the recruiting industry is being completely disrupted by new technologies -- and it's having a hard time catching up! It's also becoming very apparent that HR and Talent Acquisition have been slow to keep up with the changing expectations of candidates in the hiring process, a lot of this due to shifts in consumer marketing and technology.

HR Recruitment Trends to Watch in 2020

ViziRecruiter

Over the past few years, HR trends have shifted focus to creating a positive candidate experience, strengthening employer branding and embracing social recruitment. Create a consumer-level experience. The employer brand.

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 3.6.15 to 3.13.15

SmashFly

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be talking about inbound marketing for recruiting, better job ads, social media tips, LinkedIn, talent challenges and HR Conversations. Continue Reading → The post 5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 3.6.15

How Many Licks Does It Take To Get To The Center of Social?

Snark Attack

Hootsuite, a high growth, high tech employer based in Vancouver has emerged as one of the most widely used social business platforms on the market. Its enterprise social monitoring and publishing tools have fueled the company’s explosive growth from bootstrap to big brand, from start-up to social success story. Social Media candidate experience employer branding events hiring hootsuite matt charney social recruiting whoring myself out

8 Questions With Will Staney On Starting Proactive Talent Strategies & The Evolution Of Recruiting

Proactive Talent

What is social recruiting and what does an effective strategy look like? If you’re a small or medium-sized company with very limited resources, what free tools can you use beyond LinkedIn and job boards to improve your recruiting efforts? Does your company have an employer brand and does it matter? How do you go about building a strong employer brand to help your company attract and recruit top talent? Q: What is social media recruiting?

4 Social Recruiting Trends To Watch Out For In 2017

Jibe

For most of its existence, social media has been a taboo subject for recruiting. However, over the last couple of years we have seen social recruitment on the rise. As a matter of fact, some companies even require social media experience for their talent acquisition positions. The main reason for this changing of the guard has been the evolution of social media and those who use it.

Go Beyond Job Postings: 3 Effective Ways To Attract And Hire Top Talent

Proactive Talent

But what these stats do show is that, if you want to attract and hire top talent more efficiently, you need to diversify your recruiting strategy and go beyond job postings. Let’s take a look at a few more reasons why a job posting shouldn’t be your sole recruiting tactic: Reason #1: Job Posting Is A Passive Strategy No, I don't mean a strategy that attracts passive candidates. Keep in mind that this 30% accounts for under and unqualified candidates as well.

#Hack Your Candidate Experience with These 4 Tech Tips

Recruiterbox

Welcome to the first installment of our Recruiting Hacks series! Recruiterbox is founded on how technology can make recruiting and hiring processes more efficient. We love finding ways to use technology to improve all areas of the recruiting process. This week we want to give recruiters insights on how to use their technology to improve the candidate experience. The candidate experience can make or break the employer brand.

3 Ways to Get Results from Social Recruiting

SmartRecruiters

Using social media in recruiting isn’t new — 84 percent of organizations surveyed by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) currently use social recruiting. But social recruiting is no longer limited to screening candidatessocial profiles or connecting with talent on LinkedIn. Here are some of the latest social recruiting trends to know to get the most from the strategy: Screening goes both ways.

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Recruiters

Arya Recruiting Robotics

Here are five New Year’s resolutions that every recruiter should make this year. Embrace social and mobile recruiting. You’ve heard about the importance of social and mobile recruiting, and you’ve been meaning to ramp up your tactics, but…no more excuses! Your first recruiting resolution of 2016 should be to create or enhance your social and mobile recruiting strategies. Let’s talk about mobile recruiting first.

Social Recruiting Benefits: Why You Won’t See Many Without Culture Change

Jibe

Social recruiting is much easier said than done. Although sites like Twitter and LinkedIn may be far down on the top source of hire list in 2015, companies seem to be more interested in experimenting with social recruiting than ever before. An Aberdeen study showed that 73% of Millennials found their last job through a social network. So, why not meet them there, on their own social turf? What Does A Social Recruiting Culture Look Like?

Improving Candidate Experience for the Job Seekers You Don’t Interview

Jibe

What percentage of candidates who apply for your jobs do you actually interview ? So what do you do with all of those unqualified candidates? The transition to Internet-based job-seeking has made the candidate experience feel faceless and nameless. In CareerBuilder’s 2016 study , 45% of candidates say their biggest frustration is employers who don’t respond. Why do you need to consider the experience that unqualified candidates have?

How to Use Social Media for Recruiting (Even When You Don’t Have the Time)

Yello

There’s no denying the power of social media as a recruitment marketing channel. With over 154 million American workers on LinkedIn and nearly two-thirds of job seekers using Twitter in their search, there’s a reason why 82% of organizations use social media recruiting to find passive candidates. Highlight your employer brand to build your reputation. Empower employees to share social content and job postings on your behalf.

HR Tech Does Not Improve Candidate Experience; How You Use it Does

BountyJobs

For recruiters, technology is a promise that sifting through massive amounts of incoming resumes will be easier, and that candidates will enjoy the process more. But candidate experience can’t be improved with just technology alone – you have to control it the right way. Your candidate experience has a lot to do with your application process. But the ATS can only go so far – at some point, a candidate is going to want to talk to a person.

HR Tech Does Not Improve Candidate Experience; How You Use it Does

BountyJobs

For recruiters, technology is a promise that sifting through massive amounts of incoming resumes will be easier, and that candidates will enjoy the process more. But candidate experience can’t be improved with just technology alone – you have to control it the right way. Your candidate experience has a lot to do with your application process. But the ATS can only go so far – at some point, a candidate is going to want to talk to a person.