Solve These 7 Tough Social Media Ad Challenges

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Paid social media ads can be a great opportunity for recruitment marketers to increase employer brand awareness and build qualified talent pipelines. But we all know social media advertising can be super challenging! How and why to A/B test your Twitter ads.

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. So why exactly should social media be such a crucial part of your Recruitment Marketing plan?

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Managing the Candidate Experience During the COVID-19 Crisis

Rally Recruitment Marketing

I believe that empathy is essential as we go through this stressful experience together. As HR and employer brand professionals, our job is to always “think like a candidate” or “think like an employee.” A focus on candidate communications.

How to fix your candidate experience strategy

Workable

23, 2020, Workable co-hosted a webinar with HackerRank , titled What’s Wrong with your Candidate Experience (and How to Fix it), to shed some light on common pain points in candidate experience troubles. For Amy, tech must be easy to use and relevant for the candidate. “[And

33 Candidate Experience Lessons Shared by RallyFwd™ Speakers

Rally Recruitment Marketing

At our first virtual conference, Let’s RallyFwd to Humanize the Candidate Experience , the Rally community was fortunate to have amazing speakers share their hard-earned candidate experience lessons with us. I hope their lessons provide you with the inspiration to continue improving the candidate experience at your organization! Treat candidates like you would treat your mother. Remove what makes it hard to be a candidate.

Managing the Candidate Experience During the COVID-19 Crisis

Rally Recruitment Marketing

I believe that empathy is essential as we go through this stressful experience together. As HR and employer brand professionals, our job is to always “think like a candidate” or “think like an employee.” A focus on candidate communications.

5 ways to make social media part of your everyday recruitment

Hireserve

One of the biggest changes to recruitment in recent years is how jobs are advertised to reach ideal candidates, and social media is the new normal. With the growth of LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, social media is a gamechanger for advertising new roles.

1:1 Recruiting: The Secret to a Great Candidate Experience

Social Talent

Candidate experience isn’t just a buzzword. Having a great candidate experience can seriously affect the number (and quality) of applications that you receive. Candidates are influenced in exactly the same way as online customers. Their decisions are based on anonymous employee reviews of your company left on Glassdoor, conversations with friends, rumours on social media. The 2014 Candidate Experience Report shows that 64.3%

7 Twitter Accounts Every Recruiter Should Start Following in 2017

Social Talent

Start your 2017 the right way by following some great people on Twitter and adding their knowledge to your daily feed. Here’s our comprehensive list of the 7 Best Twitter Accounts Every Recruiter Should Start Following in 2017: 1. Michael Goldberg is the Executive Director for DirectEmployers Association and has over 25 years of human resources and recruiting experience. At Lever, she now brings a wealth of industry, marketing and general business experience to the table.

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.

Social Media Screening: Pros, Cons, and Tips

Recruiters Lineup

billion social media users worldwide, which translates roughly into 42% of the world’s population. It is no wonder that there are more social media recruiting strategies now than ever before. It is a cost-effective way of encouraging job seekers to apply for vacancies, it can boost your employer branding and create a positive candidate experience. What is Social Media Screening? The Pros and Cons of Social Media Screening.

9 Things Recruiters Can Do to Create a Truly Memorable Candidate Experience

Social Talent

83% of professionals say a negative interview experience can change their mind about a role. Which is why, in today’s blog, we’re looking at 9 things your company can do to create a better candidate experience in your organisation using examples from companies known for theirs: 1. We look at all our communication [to candidates] to make sure it communicates warmth, even if they are not a fit for Philz. That is our customer experience.

12 experts share their best candidate experience methods

Devskiller

According to IBM Analytics , nearly half (48 percent) of job candidates have some manner of a relationship with the potential employer before they even apply. This means one thing – taking the time to build strong candidate experience methods is worth it if you want to attract the best talent.

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. Empower employees to share social content and job postings on your behalf. One of the secrets to using social media effectively is to post with purpose.

How to build a social media recruitment strategy: An FAQ guide

Workable

Social media sourcing involves using social networks to identify, attract, engage and hire potential candidates. Recruiters use social media sourcing to build talent pipelines for future roles and engage passive candidates who haven’t applied for current openings. Here’s everything you need to know about how to use social recruiting to build a strategy that meets your hiring needs: Intro to social media recruitment: Analyzing the data.

How To: Create An Excellent Candidate Experience

Social Talent

By now we should all be well aware that creating a positive candidate experience is an integral part of the role of a recruiter. Without having an open line of communication with potential candidates, you run the risk of them walking away from the process with a negative opinion of your organisation. And you know what they say – have a good experience and you’ll tell one person about it; have a bad experience and you’ll tell ten.

How to maximize social media for recruiting

Nas Recruitment

As social platforms become a larger component of every sound plan, you need to stay on top of the trends and learn how to be effective across every digital destination. Karl Schneider, our Digital Marketing Specialist, has developed a free e-book that covers all the basics on using social media for recruiting. Our e-book covers Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+, offering: Statistics on social media use by job seekers.

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%). 7, Candidates Have A Pretty High Threshold For Pain.

What Are Your Three Wise Recruiting Strategies For 2015?

Web Based Recruitment

Candidate ATM. Press & Media. However, Recruiters seem less confident in being able to find and attract enough quality candidates to fill those roles. If you don’t want to risk losing candidates to your competitors in 2015 then at a minimum a mobile enabled web site is an absolute “must-have”. 3. Social Media Advertising. and social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube all allow you to do this.

The Ultimate Recruiter’s Guide to Marketing (FREE Download)

Social Talent

In a world where 70% of candidates are passive, the tactics you use are critical in successfully recruitment skilled talent. How to use 5 online tactics to attract and convert your candidate personas. All you need to do is fill out your details on the form below and click ‘Submit’: The post The Ultimate Recruiter’s Guide to Marketing (FREE Download) appeared first on Social Talent. Recruitment and marketing have consummated their relationship.

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Interview with John Vlastelica on Using Social Media For Recruiting

Recruiting Toolbox

This interview/article originally appeared on Social-Hire.com , by Cheryl Morgan. As managing director of Recruiting Toolbox , John Vlastelica is an expert in streamlining and refining recruiting processes and changing them to fit how the best candidates look for the best jobs. He spoke with us about how to use social media to its maximum effect for your recruiting needs. What are some misconceptions recruiters have about social media?

Candidate Experience: Back to the Recruiting Basics

Recruiting Daily

If you think about the myriad steps required in full cycle recruiting, the fact that we’re so focused on that very small slice of stuff that happens before a candidate even actually applies underscores how much of the talent acquisition conversation seems misplaced. In fact, until a candidate is actually captured in an ATS (or proprietary database), it’s not recruiting – it’s marketing. Back To the Candidate Experience Basics: Looking for Luddites.

Candidate Experience: Recruiters, Stop Making Excuses.

Recruiting Daily

And as you can imagine, our shared experiences slid quickly from swapping war stories to lamenting how friggin’ frustrating the entire job search process is. If you’ve ever looked for one, you know what I’m talking about – even if, as is the case at most companies, that harrowing experience is easily forgotten by most HR pros before the ink on the offer letter is even dry. Which, really, is more about an unqualified recruiter than an unqualified candidate.

How to Improve Your Candidate Experience If You’re Using Workday Recruiting

InFlight

Your brand is more important than ever for your candidates and employees. Candidate and employee expectations have changed dramatically in light of everything that has happened in 2020. Before making a career move, candidates need to understand what a company stands for.

Social Media Recruiting: 5 Aspects You Can No Longer Ignore

Jibe

Whether talent acquisition likes it or not, social media has become a part of recruiting. During the job search process, candidates expect to find information about your organization as well as your employees on social media. Besides being a major factor in employer branding, social networks also have impacts on the candidate experience. Your LinkedIn Company Page Is One Of The First Stops On The Candidate Journey.

This is Why Job Candidates Hate Your Candidate Experience

Spark Hire

According to a recent study of more than 2,000 hiring decision makers by CareerBuilder, 82 percent of employers think there’s little to no negative impact on the company when a candidate has a less-than-stellar experience during the hiring process. The reality is that the majority of job candidates don’t take an outdated or poor experience lying down. Needless to say, much of the power has shifted from the employer to the job candidate.

Candidate Experience: What’s In It For Recruiters?

Recruiting Daily

We talk a lot about the concept of ‘auditing’ your own candidate experience; that is, taking a step back and actually seeing what it’s like to apply for a job at your own company. Auditing your current application process is important, because it forces recruiters to address the most fundamental question of candidate experience: how can we put the candidate at the center of the recruiting process?” Not All Candidates Are Created Equal.

6 Research-Backed Recruiting Tips to Help You Engage with Gen Z

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Coming of age in a social media-filled world and entering the workforce post-pandemic, Gen Z’s wants and desires look very different from previous generations. . To get you started, we’ve put together a list of research-backed demographic characteristics and candidate behaviors.

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. Because here’s the thing: mobile optimization and candidate experience, really, are two sides of the same coin.

Candidate Experience: The Curious Case of the Missing Metrics

Recruiting Daily

In this industry, it’s conventional wisdom (at least in third party recruiting) that the number of outgoing phone calls made to candidates (before they’re even qualified, which is the point of said calls) is one of the most crucial predictive indicators of success, this seems to be a pretty silly thing to spend a whole lot of time worrying about. Hell, for most recruiters, the only mental calculation that most ever do on the job involves figuring out their cut after placing a candidate.

7 Things Your Candidates Expect To Find On Social Media

Jibe

We’ve written a lot about how recruiters and talent acquisition can take better advantage of social media as a recruiting tool. From the benefits for employer branding to social analytics, we’ve explored the impacts social media can have. But one area we have yet to discuss is perhaps the most crucial for talent acquisition: the candidate’s perspective. When conducting their job search, research shows that most candidates use social media.

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. Always listen to your candidates first.

The Lies That Will Ruin Your Candidate Experience

CareerBuilder

The 2016 CareerBuilder Candidate Behavior study found that only 36 percent of job seekers apply for a job without looking into the organization first. A 2015 CareerArc survey found that 62 percent of job seekers turn to social media to learn about a company’s culture. It’d be wonderful if we could pay every great candidate who comes our way exactly what they want. Have clear criteria for how pay is determined and be open and honest about that with candidates.

This Job Crunch is our Least Favorite Form of Exercise

Fistful of Talent

While LinkedIn now boasts more than half of a billion users , recruiters are simply competing against each other for all the exact same candidates ( who probably already have a job anyway ). To combat this, recruiters have to get more creative with how they reach candidates online, including new strategies for engaging candidates where they actually are. Deploying “brand ambassadors” to websites where candidates hang out, and. Have you heard?

The Buyer / Seller dynamic and how it affects Candidate Experience

SmashFly

With social media and digital profiles, every person has a line on Google and we are able to know more about a person before we even meet them. When I started at SmashFly and began building relationships in the HCM space, Twitter was my best friend. And the same is true in the candidate experience. Candidates are becoming increasingly savvy in understanding their skills and value in the marketplace. In short, candidates are taking charge.

How to Improve Candidate Experience

Recruiting Blogs

Candidate experience is a popular buzzword and the most crucial aspect of attracting talent. It means how candidates feel about your organization while interacting and communicating. Candidate experience, whether it is good or bad, influences candidates while deciding to apply to your organization or accept the job offer. . In the digitally connected era, the candidate experience is the priority for an organization. Social Media.

1:1 Recruiting: The Secret to a Great Candidate Experience

Beamery

Candidate experience isn’t just a buzzword. Having a great candidate experience can seriously affect the number (and quality) of applications that you receive. Candidates are influenced in exactly the same way as online customers. Their decisions are based on anonymous employee reviews of your company left on Glassdoor, conversations with friends, rumours on social media. The 2014 Candidate Experience Report shows that 64.3%

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.

The 10 Real Reasons Your Recruitment Strategy is Failing

Social Talent

For example, your recruitment marketing campaign could be fantastic at attracting candidates but when they arrive on the careers site, the application process is sh*t! For example, an objective for your recruitment strategy could be to increase employer brand awareness, while a specific goal relating to that objective could be to increase traffic to your careers site from social media by X%. Using Social Like Job Boards. Not connected with us on social?

5 Ways Companies Are Making Their Remote Candidate Experience Stand Out

Linkedin Talent Blog

For companies that are currently hiring, providing an exceptional candidate experience may look a little different than it used to. In the age of social distancing, in-person coffee chats, on-site interviews, and lunches with the team are no longer an option.