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6 Recruitment News Items to Capture Your Imagination this Week – 30th March 2015

Social Talent

But the app doesn’t barrage users with requests the minute they come in like most social apps do. Then, unlike on LinkedIn or Facebook or most other social networks, all the unanswered requests just disappear after a week’s time. Meanwhile (and this where it all gets very exciting for recruiters), if you’re the one in need of expanding your network, you can use Caliber to seek out users based on their professional experience, including their roles, skills and companies!

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.

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How to: Use Recruitment Marketing like a Fortune 500 Company

Social Talent

You are going to be hearing a lot about recruitment marketing in 2016. In fact, they are technically a recruiter’s consumers. You need to prove to candidates that your company is THE company to work for and that your employer brand, your benefits and your growth opportunities are better than those of your competitors. And the only way you’re going to convince them of all that, is with recruitment marketing. What is Recruitment Marketing?

Why are you still using hiring spreadsheets?

Workable

They bring in specialist tools for almost every other important aspect of their business; Trello for project management, Hootsuite for social media, Mailchimp for email marketing , Intercom for customer service. But when it comes to tracking a high-stakes investment such as hiring, many companies still rely on a disjointed combination of email and Excel, rather than specialist recruiting software. But neither was designed with recruitment in mind.

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. Chad and Cheese are not your typical recruitment podcast.

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How to Write a Job Description

Vervoe

We’ve all heard the stat that a recruiter spends less than 10 seconds looking at a candidate’s resume. Here’s what recruiters need to know about writing a great job description. These steps can help a hiring team or new recruiter put together a job description to attract the best candidates. If you’re an internal recruiter or someone to whom the company is outsourcing the hiring process, the first step must be to learn more about the role and required skills.

Oldie but Goodie: The Time for Talent Analytics in Recruitment is NOW

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. And while a lot of the focus is on current employees or core HR (and should be), recruitment marketing and how you effectively and efficiently find your employees is just as critical. This article will focus on where Talent Analytics fits in your recruiting strategy and some insights into what you should be looking for.

The Future of Applicant Tracking Systems: A Recruiting Roadmap.

Recruiting Daily

There is no single piece of technology that’s more universally despised throughout recruiting’s rank and file than applicant tracking systems. In fact almost every one of the many potential perils the average recruiter out there today faces on the talent battlefield can be more or less directly traced to the system that they’re forced to rely on, even at the expense of recruiting efficacy, efficiency and optimal outcomes. Recruiting Isn’t Broken.