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SmashFly Technologies + Proactive Talent = Technology + Strategy

Proactive Talent

Check out the post below by SmashFly's Director of Business Development, Lynne Foster, announcing our partnership. You can also read the original post on the SmashFly blog. Even better, I get to help SmashFly partner with these super smart companies and people ― from other technology vendors like HireVue to candidate-facing brands like Glassdoor and The Muse. Professionally, he is bold, modern, intelligent and disruptive (which speaks to SmashFly’s heart!).

Candidate Experience & the Application Process: 4 Things You’re Doing Wrong

Social Talent

Building a great employer brand can be challenging for some companies, but successfully doing so can enhance a company’s ability to attract, retain and motivate talented individuals. The core component of a strong employer brand is a positive candidate experience which really defines how current and potential employees perceive you as a company. The importance of optimising the candidate experience cannot go understated.


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No Quick Fix: Why HR Technology Can’t Fix A Broken Candidate Experience.

Recruiting Daily

There are a ton of tools out there that purport to be some kind of silver bullet for candidate experience. From enterprise platforms to point solutions, the concept of “candidate experience” has become increasingly commoditized, an organizational imperative reduced to a software sales pitch. If you can’t get these aligned, then there’s no tech on earth that can fix what’s really broken with your candidate experience.

Questions Answered: Trilogy of Modern Talent Acquisition with @GDforEmployers and @SmashFly


It turned out to be a tremendous discussion on the relationship between Employer Branding and Recruitment Marketing, as well as key trends occurring today in the candidate experience and with recruiting analytics. Q: How do you manage the “employee opinions” so that a candidate would be positively influenced by what he/she sees. If candidates only see overly positive reviews they probably will get a little skeptical and will see it as inauthentic.

Candidate Experience Part III – Tools

Great Hires

In the first two articles of this series we discussed the role of people and process in the success of the candidate experience. The tools you choose for your candidate experience may already be part of the enterprise-wide solutions offered by your company, or point solutions you choose as a recruiter that match your personal best practices. This article is intended to provide a framework for how to think about the tools you use to enhance your candidate experience.

Your Questions Answered: “Think Like a Marketer” Webinar


Continue Reading → The post Your Questions Answered: “Think Like a Marketer” Webinar appeared first on SmashFly Blog. Candidate Experience Employer Brand International Recruiting Mobile Recruiting Recruitment Analytics Recruitment Marketing Recruitment Marketing Platform SmashFly cande awards candidate experience survey CDW CH2M Derina Adamczak integration recruitment marketing platform rick rosario Social Media sourcing stacey montalto The Cheesecake Factory

5 Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 12.13.14 to 12.19.14


Webinar: The Trilogy of Modern Talent Acquisition: Recruitment Marketing, Employer Branding and Unified Analytics. Happy Holidays: Have a Smashing 2015 from the SmashFly Team! Rocking @GoogleHangout for the @smashfly virtual holiday party. Love my @smashfly family! The Power Has Shifted to the Candidate, So Current Recruiting Practices Will Stop Working by Dr. John Sullivan ( @DrJohnSullivan ).

Your Questions on Recruitment Marketing: Answered


Continue Reading → The post Your Questions on Recruitment Marketing: Answered appeared first on SmashFly Blog. Content Marketing Employer Brand Inbound Marketing LinkedIn Recruitment Marketing Recruitment Marketing Platform Social Recruiting Source of Influence Talent Acquisition candidate experience Mobile Recruiting Recruitment Analytics recruitment marketing social recruiting undefined

5 Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 10.18.14 – 10.24.14


This week we’ll be covering Recruitment marketing as an emerging category, the candidate experience, silver medalists, HR’s evolution and sourcing. Before we begin, I’d also like to share news and articles from us this week that you should check out: Webinar by Jim Stroud: The Future of Sourcing: How to Leverage Tools, Talent and Technology. Candidate Experience: Rage Against the Machines by Matt Charney ( @MattCharney ).

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


This includes general HR blogs, recruiting blogs, talent acquisition blogs, employer branding blogs and more. Employee Experience. Employer Branding. Candidate Experience. Employer Branding. Glassdoor for Employers Blog. Sourcing.

What Brandon Hall Group’s new report tells us about high-performance Recruitment Marketing


Here’s a snapshot along with my key takeaways: Content Marketing – If you just promote jobs, candidates may lose interest. Relevant content is what helps build and nurture lasting relationships and ultimately inspires candidates to apply for or share open jobs. Highlight the people that candidates would be working with and bring their stories and the employer brand to life. Automation rules customize the experience based on job family and skills.

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 1.24.15 to 1.30.15


This week we’ll be covering the candidate experience, what it means to be a recruiter, social sourcing and the future of the global workforce. Before we begin, I’d also like to share news and articles from us this week that you should check out: Blog: The NEW Candidate Experience Journey [Infographic]. RT @smashfly : Our latest infographic, "The NEW Candidate Experience Journey": [link]

Inbound Marketing for Recruiting: Making Candidates Care Enough To Click

Recruiting Daily

Why Candidates Aren’t Clicking: A Recruiting Call To Action. Now, imagine how candidates, passive or active, must feel when looking for their next opportunity online. Whether that’s the AdWords served up in the results of the 85% of job searches that start with a search engine, or an automated job alert feed of irrelevant results sent straight to their inbox, candidates won’t respond to any call to action if it’s not compelling enough to do so in the first place.

Part 1: How to Turn Passive Leads into Hires

Glassdoor for Employers

This series is a partnership with SmashFly covering the key elements and examples of nurture in a recruitment marketing strategy. Look for Part 2 and 3 on the SmashFly blog! This is why it is so important to attract quality passive talent who is are aware of your organization and employer brand when they are ready to make a career change. The reason recruitment marketing is so important is because candidates are just like consumers.

Part 4: Why Nurture Doesn’t Stop at Apply

Glassdoor for Employers

Note : In partnership with SmashFly , this series covers key elements and examples of nurture in a recruitment marketing strategy. Check out parts one , two and three in the series, and stay tuned for part five on the SmashFly blog next week. You’ve done it—you’ve worked long and hard to nurture a candidate, and you’ve successfully gotten them to apply. Think of every candidate as a customer and your organization as the product or service.

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 1.31.15 to 2.6.15


This week we’ll be covering employer branding, LinkedIn, systems integration, Talent Analytics and loyal employees. Before we begin, I’d also like to share news and articles from us this week that you should check out: Blog: There is NO Single Source of Hire. I love this infographic from @smashfly on the candidate experience!

The Top 12 Career Site Self-Service Tools


Image, brand-enhanced, and video job descriptions (with media library!). Source-tracking analytics including apply rates. Your TalentBrew Career Site is the nucleus of your engagement strategy – filled with insights that captivate and inspire candidates to act. Employer branding.

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6 Fascinating Recruitment News Stories to Kick-Off the New Month – 1st August 2016

Social Talent

21% of Millennials said that the reason they left their last job was to try out a new industry , so it’s important for recruiters to consider candidates who may be coming from outside the industry they’re hiring. Your talent brand should be top of mind when appealing to Millennials , that means you should be focusing on your career web pages and social media accounts to convey information about your company and its culture. Employer branding that focuses on women.

Recruitment Marketing Platforms 101: What you need to know

Rally Recruitment Marketing

The best job listing in the world isn’t worth a thing if you can’t get it in front of the right candidates. The tools and analytics provided by a Recruitment Marketing Platform (RMP) can not only help you better attract and recruit talent, it can better measure the effectiveness of your sources and channels so that you can make data-informed decisions about your Recruitment Marketing strategies and budget. SmashFly.

The Top 20 Recruitment Advertising Agencies


They help employers with media buying, recruitment marketing, employer branding strategy and more. Afterall, some employers want to go with the largest agency while others prefer to go with best-of-breed. Headline: Brand, Meet Talent. Branding.

Talent Acquisition Software: An Overview Of The Latest Innovations


Talent acquisition software are tools used by recruiters, talent acquisition professionals, and hiring managers to streamline or automate their workflow including sourcing, screening, interviewing, and onboarding. Talent acquisition software is designed to support a variety of recruiting functions including sourcing, selecting, engaging, and onboarding. Sourcing. Sourcing involves finding candidates with qualifications that match the job requirements.

Musings and Observations from #HRTechConf 2014


I’m incredibly bullish that his ideas around recruitment automation and inbound sourcing and how organizations can use marketing strategies to better find, attract and nurture the right talent. Marvin Smith at Lockheed Martin always provides great insight on what’s on the forward edge of recruiting / sourcing and the technology that helps power it. He’s a superstar and his domain expertise around recruitment marketing and employer branding is hard to top.

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How to Make a Strong AI in Recruiting Business Case


And Tracey is the President at Parsons Strategic Consulting, a consultancy at the intersection of employer brand, recruitment marketing and systems to create delight for talent and brands. What is delivering the highest source of quality?

2019 Talent Acquisition Year in Review

Recruiting Blogs

AI, SMS, Voice Tech, alexa, google home, chat, chatbots, funnels, video, blockchain, workforce analytics, diversity, bias, job boards, social media, employer branding, video job ads, video interviewing, cloud, recruitment marketing automation, API, ATS, CRM yea I think we covered it all.