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Here’s Where You Need Recruitment Marketing Content — Outside of Your Careers Site

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Your careers site is certainly one of the biggest and most effective tools in your Recruitment Marketing toolkit. You likely put a lot of your time and effort as a practitioner into ensuring the site includes relevant information for job seekers, is frequently updated with content about your company and provides an excellent experience for candidates. They are still an incredibly vital part of any recruiting strategy.

Job Board Summit 2018: Most Valuable Tweets

Ongig

The Job Board Summit is an annual conference presented by Jobg8. Based on recruiting, The Job Board Summit looks into new technology, recruiting, recruitment marketing and much more. Special thanks to Matt Charney , Steve Levy , Ben Forstag , Jackye Clayton for keeping all of us up to date through Twitter. Recruiting market comparison UK bs USA #Jobg8Summit pic.twitter.com/1S5KGQ0jY6.

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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.

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 Twitter, and the much vaunted talent communities at 5.9%). Pat yourself on the back, recruiters.

Candidate Experience: The Curious Case of the Missing Metrics

Recruiting Daily

Every time I hear someone talk about anything involving stupid, specious concepts in recruiting, which is to say pretty much the entire response to that “join the conversation” cliché in our little industry, I get a little nauseous. Come on, recruiters. Hell, for most recruiters, the only mental calculation that most ever do on the job involves figuring out their cut after placing a candidate. Candidate Experience: Building A Better Benchmark.

The Surprising Way to Increase Careers Site Traffic

Rally Recruitment Marketing

In Recruitment Marketing, getting qualified candidates to apply to your roles is the name of the game. But how do you get more, and if not more, better, candidates to apply? However, none of them is a Recruitment Marketing channel that you have complete control over.

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Why the Work Anywhere Workforce Has Changed Recruiting For Good

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Recruiting has gone digital, the candidate experience has gone virtual and the employee experience has become a remote experience for many people. Employers that just can’t accommodate remote workers (but still, does that really have to mean all jobs?

Brick of Hashtag: Why Recruiters Need to Kick Their Twitter Habit.

Recruiting Daily

I’ll admit that I joined Twitter somewhat reluctantly; unlike, say, Facebook, which is instantly intuitive and almost universally acceptable, Twitter seemed, in the halcyon days of social media, something akin to the online version of the AV Club. Far Out, Man: Reevaluating Social Recruiting. Up In Smoke: 3 Easy Twitter Tips for Sucking Less at Social Recruiting. Nice Dreams: Twitter Analytics Are BS. Twitter, sadly, is already dying off.

The 10 Real Reasons Your Recruitment Strategy is Failing

Social Talent

It can be incredibly frustrating for recruiters when they don’t see the best results after putting a significant amount of time and effort into developing what they think are, robust recruitment strategies. After all, employees are the backbone of every organisation and if recruiters don’t bring in the right talent, the organisation suffers. But have you ever wondered why your recruitment strategies fail? Why are you recruiting?

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

SmashFly

Last week, we shared a new report from Brandon Hall Group’s Kyle Lagunas on “ Key Components of High-Performance Recruitment Marketing,” available for complimentary download here. The report has been very popular with our community, I think, because talent acquisition leaders are ready to take their Recruitment Marketing strategies to the next level. The report is packed with best practices that modern recruiting organizations can learn from.

3 Trends in Employer Branding and Job Advertising Strategy

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Did you know a major shift is happening in Recruitment Marketing? At Rally, we’ve observed this first-hand: In the past, most Recruitment Marketing teams have kept their employer brand and job advertising strategies separate. Over the past year, however, we’ve noticed that more and more leading practitioners are starting to combine their employer brand and job advertising approach to see better overall results. Recruiting Automation Recruitment Marketin

The recruitment process: 10 things you need to master to succeed

Workable

We’d love to tell you that the recruitment process is as simple as posting a job and then choosing the best among the candidates who flow right in. There are 10 main areas of the recruitment process that, once mastered, can help you: Optimize your recruitment strategy. Attract the best candidates – and more of them, too. What is the recruitment process? Recruitment Marketing – find and attract better candidates.

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. Think like a marketer.

Recruitment Marketing Doesn’t Have To Suck.

Recruiting Daily

Recruiting and HR is basically a perpetual balancing act. We’re asked to juggle being equal parts psychologist, peacekeeper, business partner, and now, we’re supposed to be marketers, too. Those responsibilities increasingly entail recruitment marketing and employer branding – where those inevitable mistakes can be painfully public. Recruitment Marketing Mistake #1: The Truth, and Nothing But the Whole Truth.

Defining A Passive Job Seeker

Valuehire

73 percent of candidates are passive job seekers. Twitter page to post a self-created meme revealing this statistic. On TheUndercoverRecruiter.com , he states that passive candidates make up closer to 80 percent of the workforce. Go where your ideal candidates go.

Webinar Q&A: Hard-to-Fill Roles, Fulfilled!

Rally Recruitment Marketing

If you couldn’t attend the webinar last week, you can get a recap of some of the key points on our blog post, Top 7 Ways to Attract Candidates to Your Hard-to-Fill Roles. Kelly is responsible for recruitment, retention and employer branding at Northside Hospital , where she manages a team of 40. Social Recruiting & Content . Do you use Pinterest or Instagram for recruiting? Who takes the lead on social recruiting at your organization?

The Deadly Sins of Social Recruiting.

Recruiting Daily

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 any of the many platforms you’re posting on actually attracting a steady stream of passive candidates? This means you’ve got a pretty big safety net to constantly tweak and refine your social media strategy to stop spinning your wheels and start delivering real recruiting ROI.

Smoke on the Water: How To Really Fight Recruiter Spam.

Recruiting Daily

I don’t think it’s unfair to call spam “the fossil fuel of recruiting” – it’s cheap, it’s easy and it gets the job done. The reason you never really get any return on investment is because you haven’t actually invested anything, other than putting together some canned company intro and a link to a job description (that’s likely about as uncompelling as the automated send accompanying it).

Network News: Putting Talent Networks To Work

Recruiting Daily

It’s no secret that applying for jobs sucks. The fact is, most candidates have pretty much consigned themselves to these processes that too often entail more work than the actual job to which they’re applying. ” Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but unless you’re a masochist, having to allot three hours of your life to applying for a job that you’re unlikely to ever hear back on is the antithesis of painless. Confirmation Bias and Candidates.

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

Recruiting Daily

Back then, Twitter had that new app smell, but it’s subsided to the point where people just generally don’t search for or click for hashtags, particularly promoted ones. 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.

Oldie but Goodie: The Future of Corporate Career Sites

SmashFly

On occasion we will share these posts to show how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go with recruitment marketing as an industry. Career Sites are no longer (or should no longer) be static job pages linked together by a single homepage but really act as your recruiting hub for engaging and interfacing with candidates about your company and employment opportunities. In what way should candidates consume the information on the career site?

Recruiting strategies: a comprehensive guide for small business

Workable

At this stage your company doesn’t have a dedicated recruiting team. The tools you use weren’t designed for recruiting. You don’t have much that amounts to a recruiting strategy. Find employees: social recruiting and job boards. More than Tweeting jobs.

Why Automated Social Job Distribution is a Must

Recruitics

When it comes to running a successful recruitment marketing strategy in today’s talent-driven environment, social media has to be a part of the equation. But just a few years ago, social recruiting–or the process of leveraging social media networks to attract, engage and hire talent–wasn’t as widely practiced as it is today. It’s part of the reason why Facebook has decided to really invest in a job board solution for their platform.

Star People: How To Build A World Class Employee Referral Program.

Recruiting Daily

They say there’s no silver bullet when it comes to recruiting, no one size fits all approach or magic cure-all for what ails the business of hiring. And no, turns out, it’s not Twitter or talent communities. While they’ve been around in some form or another for decades, referrals continue to run laps around every other success metric associated with recruitment. This is about as close to a consensus as you can get in recruiting, really.

A Recruiter’s Guide To EMail Marketing: Making Passive Candidates Care Enough To Click.

Recruiting Daily

Whether or not you love or hate the often contentious candidate categorization into “active” vs. “passive” job seekers, the truth of the matter is that employers today are increasingly looking for new ways to find, attract and engage those estimated 75% of the workforce who are currently employed , but open to exploring new opportunities. Recruiting Passive Candidates: When Personalization Meets Automation.

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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 candidates’ social 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. Social recruiting is more than LinkedIn.

On the Road with Glassdoor: What Being a Best Place to Work Really Means

Entelo

Britt Ryan is Entelo's Head of Recruiting. I’ve been in recruiting and HR for a long time, but my peers at the Roadshows have absolutely floored me with their ingenuity and creativity. Everyone is a potential candidate. The candidate experience begins before someone applies. It’s such a simple idea, but before the Glassdoor Roadshow, I had never thought of candidate experience quite like that.

16 Top HR Influencers You Should Be Following

ApplicantStack

Since HR spans multiple disciplines, it can be a full-time job keeping up. Twitter @HRTechAdvisor LinkedIn. He has over 20 years experience advising e-recruiting vendors. Twitter @GlenCathey LinkedIn. Recruiting, Sourcing, Strategy, Innovation, Ethical AI, Data/Analytics, Search/Match, Lean, Agile, Social Engineering. Glen’s Twitter bio line (listed above) reflects his breadth of experience. Twitter @sharlyn_lauby LinkedIn.

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How to: Successfully Influence Candidates at EVERY Stage of their Decision-Making Process

Social Talent

The goal of all of your employer branding efforts should be to create differentiation and preference in the minds of both current and future employees within a desired target group – one which we want to recruit and retain from. But in order to create differentiation and preference in the minds of the candidates we’d like to employ, we first need to understand how candidates make decisions when it comes to deciding who they’d like to work for.

The Applicant Black Hole Finally Needs to Disappear

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Also called the candidate black hole, recruiting black hole, or résumé black hole, the applicant black hole refers to the phenomenon in which a candidate applies for a job online and never hears back from the employer or recruiter. Responding to every candidate was virtually impossible, if not impractical, especially for short-staffed small- and midsize businesses. Put the Candidate Experience at the Center of Your Universe.

6 Automation Tools to Make Recruiters’ Lives Easier

Social Talent

The ‘Recruiter versus Robot’ debate is alive and well. Advancements in technology have produced a plethora of marketing automation tools and state-of-the-art ATS and CRM systems for recruiters, so dare we ask the question – is it possible that the human element of placing a candidate in a new job is something that eventually won’t be necessary? Automation tools should enhance your productivity, not do your entire job for you.

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You Asked, We Answered: 7 Questions Recruiters Have About Career Sites

Jibe

It wasn’t always the case that these recruiting assets were so high on the priority list, but things (especially on the candidate side of the equation) have changed drastically in a short period of time. Now, career sites are perhaps the most crucial stop on the candidate journey. And those employers that have taken the time to improve theirs are starting to reap the benefits from mobile recruiting, SEO, employer branding, candidate experience, and more.

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The 10 Best Applicant Tracking Systems

Vervoe

On one hand, an ATS makes a recruiter’s job easier: when it works well, it can escalate the best candidates for an open position. But, when the tool fails, it only selects a candidate based on a list of qualifications and certifications rather than real-world skills and experience. . There are many great ATS’s out there, but these platforms got the top ratings based on our experience and other recruiter reviews. .

Podcasts to listen to: The most helpful 6 for recruiters

JobAdder

Recruitment Agency Software Login Get a Demo Applicant Tracking System Much more than an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), JobAdder helps agencies from startups to multi national enterprises make more placements. Recruitment CRM Stronger relationships lead to better outcomes. Temp & Contract Tailored to temp & contract recruitment; source, place and manage contractors with ease & speed. Recruitment SMS Add SMS to your communication toolkit to increase your response rate.

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Want to Recruit Better? Write Better Job Ads

CareerBuilder

Today’s recruiters have so much to do. When I started in the business, my job was to find people , qualified people, and there were a few ways to do it. I know that these more complex solutions are a boon to the recruiters that are working the phones (email?) today but it does seem to add some friction to the process and in doing so, add a touch of frustration to both the recruiter and the candidates they serve. Do your job ads do that?

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. What Does A Social Recruiting Culture Look Like? Actually Changing Your Recruiting Culture.

9 Need-to-Know Recruitment News Stories – 21st September 2015

Social Talent

All the signs were this model is working and we have product market fit. And the company it just signed a lease on a 25,000 square foot office in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighbourhood. Hired says it screens job candidates through a rigorous process combining algorithms and human curation, so employers don’t need to sift through a giant pile of résumés. The service was initially focused on tech roles, but it has since expanded to sales jobs.

Elegant Experiences and Employer Branding

Recruiting Daily

When people talk about great meals, they traditionally call it a “dining experience” because it is just that – a real experience. The experience begins the second you walk in the front door and you’re greeted by a host. You notice the lights, the paint on the walls and even the table setting before ever picking up the menu; each an indication of the experience you’re about to have. The First Course: Recruiting Meets Marketing.

The Five A’s of Becoming an A-List Recruiter

Recruitalicious

How does a new recruiter become an “A-list” recruiter? This thought is on the minds of many who are just beginning their recruitment careers. I have spent more than ten years as a recruiter, with the last two-plus years working specifically in the Recruitment Process Outsourcing industry at Cielo. Never have I been surrounded by so many others who share the same passion and drive for recruiting. Candidates will unexpectedly decline job offers.

Key Findings for a Chief Human Resources Officer to Know

Recruiting Blogs

Recruitment is a big game. Just like any game, where different individuals from different groups are fighting each other to grab a piece of place under the sun, recruitments make a company survive. Companies are improving every bit of their own spaces and people to attract candidates. No wonder, employee experience, candidate experience, ergonomics, and culture rank high for these companies and all these big terms ranked big time last year.