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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. Employer Branding Recruitment Marketing

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Job Description Formula: A Tried-and-True Way to Attract Top Talent


Job seekers have multiple opportunities to learn what it’s like to work for your company. For many job seekers, the job post is the catalyst for further research. How to Craft the Perfect Job Description. Written job descriptions define a role, communicate responsibilities to applicants and are the determining factor in whether or not a job seeker will pursue the position. Alternatives to Traditional Job Descriptions.

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. This is why having a recruitment marketer on your team is so important, because this is the stuff we can focus on! Employer Branding Recruitment Marketing

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4 Places Candidates Go to Research Your Employer Brand

Rally Recruitment Marketing

This is why candidates today check multiple sources to research your company before deciding whether or not to apply for your job or accept your offer. Here are 4 recruiting channels where candidates will look when researching your company (and some tips on what you should share on each!): #1: Your Careers Website. According to The Talent Board , your careers page is the #1 place candidates go to research your company. Recruitment Marketing Social Recruiting

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


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.

The Startup Hiring Guide: Hiring for rapid growth from 5 to 50


I talk to high-growth startups every day and I keep hearing versions of “compared to recruiting, fundraising was easy”. How to write job descriptions. Recruiting software and tools. Where to post your jobs. Hiring is everyone’s job, especially sourcing.

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?

Recruiting strategies: a comprehensive guide for small business


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.

Recruitment Analytics and Job Advertising News: April Edition


Welcome back to Recruitment Analytics and Job Advertising News–our monthly content roundup that pulls together all of the articles and blogs we’ve been reading about recruitment analytics and job advertising. April’s Recruitment Analytics News. 2 Common Questions Recruitment Marketing Analytics Can Help You Answer. The End-to-End Recruitment Marketing Analytics Funnel. April’s Job Advertising News. Are Job Boards Doomed?

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.

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


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. What is the recruitment process? Simply put, it includes all the steps that get you from job description to offer letter – and we’ve broken down all these steps into 10 focal areas for you below.

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. So how can a recruiter stand out from the competition when everyone’s going after the same limited subset of workers?

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Understanding Job Posting Terminology


Recruitment marketing used to refer to writing a job description and posting it to Monster or CareerBuilder. You were able to judge success solely on the number of responses that came through to your job. Today recruitment marketing covers a wide range of outlets including job boards, aggregators, social media channels, RSS Feeds, video, and more. A high volume of clicks is usually the sign of an effective job title.

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).

Recruiting Content Is A Game Any Employer Can Win.

Recruiting Daily

Not having the ability to market and pay salaries like Google and Facebook doesn’t mean you are relegated to second-tier talent. . If you tell your own compelling story with recruiting content, you can build engagement and ties that money simply can’t buy. Recruiters love to reference Moneyball , because on one hand, it is the story about how the way we measure talent has changed. Recruiting Content: How To Win At A Rigged Game.

Candidate Experience: A Crash Course for Modern Recruiters


This article is designed to help beginner recruiters better understand and utilize candidate experience best practices across the recruiting lifecycle. Candidate experience refers to how job seekers perceive and react to employers’ sourcing, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and onboarding processes. It has proven to be directly tied to recruiting performance , making it one of the most highly regarded talent acquisition topics today.

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.

9 Talent Acquisition Tips For Startups


After all, you never know who will be a job seeker one day. Avoid job boards: We like job boards overall, although they’ve gotten a bad rap of late as posting more commission-only and transactional-type jobs.

Improve Applicant Sourcing With Owned And Shared Media

ExactHire Recruiting

With so many options for attracting job seekers, it can be daunting to determine which recruitment marketing tactics to employ to find top talent. However, if we put on our content marketing hats and think about how the customer buying cycle parallels the applicant sourcing process, our task at hand becomes much simpler. Now it’s time to move job seekers on to the Consideration and Intent stages of the applicant sourcing cycle. Jobs Page.

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Maslow Meets Marketing: The Psychology of Job Ads

Recruiting Daily

Earlier this year, as has become something of an annual ritual, the HR and recruiting industry’s pundits (yes, they really exist) released their predictions of talent trends in the year to come. These “thought leaders” look into the mists in their crystal ball and see a vision of the future that’s so obvious these oracles must declare, with absolute certainty, that “job descriptions will cease to exist!”

Are Your Companies Vacancies In Candidates Checkout Baskets ?

Recruiting Blogs

In today’s world job searching has become pretty much like shopping online. Potential candidates are no longer just attracted to jobs, they want to be associated with companies that have more desirable workplaces and ones that showcase themselves as not just a company but as a reputable brand. It is about quality and not quantity so having a recruitment marketing strategy is vital, this allows you to see what works for your company and what doesn’t.

Want to Recruit Better? Write Better Job Ads


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?

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. who said that review sites like Glassdoor were helpful marketing materials, and an even lower score for social recruiting (3.8%

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

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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. Social media recruiting.


Recruiting Blogs

Step 2 : Recruitment . The second stage of the employee life cycle is the employee recruitment stage. The recruitment stage is just that; the active phase of finding great talent to join your organisation. Lou Adler, CEO of the Adler Group shares his best recruitment tip : ” We can raise the talent bar, but you have to do something different. We want to build a more immersive, engaging recruitment experience for both employers and job seekers alike.

5 HUGE Lessons Recruiters Must Learn from 2015

Social Talent

2014 taught us a number of lessons about the recruitment industry ; mobile is extremely important when it comes to recruiting, today’s job market is most definitely candidate driven, employer branding is an essential element of the recruitment process, job ads with images attract more candidates, and promises of a higher salary don’t necessarily secure the candidate. Everybody needs to be in marketing. That means marketing!

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


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.

The 10 Best Applicant Tracking Systems


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. There are many great ATS’s out there, but these platforms got the top ratings based on our experience and other recruiter reviews. . Recruiters love Bullhorn’s capabilities both as an applicant tracking system and as a CRM. According to one recruiter , “The Bullhorn software appears to function beautifully.

Guts Over Fear: Recruiting Wasn’t Broken Until You Came Along.

Recruiting Daily

Every day, I’m lucky enough to get to talk to the people on the cutting edge of the recruiting technology industry. Most of these are entrepreneurs who share a passion for their mostly cookie cutter products and the belief that, somehow, they’re going to help fix recruiting, which every single one seems to think is either “broken” or “a problem.”. Recruiting isn’t that hard. I mean, anyone who denies that fact either sucks at recruiting or is trying to justify their job.

Recruiting Videos Don’t Have To Suck.

Recruiting Daily

There’s a ton of talk out there about how important it is for recruiters and employers to incorporate video into their talent attraction strategies , but the truth is, there’s no competitive advantage when everyone’s doing the same thing – and recruiting videos have quickly moved from the margins to the mainstream, from cutting edge to cliche. This means if your mobile recruiting strategy is missing video, you’re missing out.

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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. Hey, forget numbers – recruiting’s all about instinct, right?

What Recruiting and Marketing Have In Common


By Maren Hogan: I started my career in marketing. In fact, I never even considered recruitment until one day my father-in-law and husband decided they were going to start a recruiting firm and I was going to run sales. While that was 2008 (a very bad year to start a recruiting firm), I found that the world of talent acquisition really appealed to me. In fact, in both disciplines, I’ve found things I can apply to the other to make myself a better marketer and recruiter.

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3 Applicant Tracking Systems That Will Help You Hire Generation Z


While your youngest new hires share many characteristics with the Millennial generation, they’ve got an entirely different outlook on things such as workplace culture, diversity, and even the importance of having a job. If your organization doesn’t reflect their values authentically, this entrepreneurial generation will likely reject your company’s job offer and start their own business. Example of a job post that offers one-click apply.

Executing a Digital Content Strategy for Recruitment

Recruiting Daily Advisor

When trying to source the best candidates for a role, recruiters sometimes forget that a well-planned content strategy can make their job a lot easier for them. Content Marketing. Here are some examples of the types of content that can be featured in your content marketing: Blogging. Scour Google for top ranking blogs surrounding careers and recruitment. Marketers use white papers to educate their audience about a particular topic. Twitter.

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. Hey, forget numbers – recruiting’s all about instinct, right?

Going Dutch: Why Randstad Really Acquired Monster (And Why You Should Care).

Recruiting Daily

I have no memories (first hand, of course) of their now seminal Super Bowl spot, “When I Grow Up,” mainly because I was growing up, and, being in middle school, paid infinitely more attention to getting girls than I did getting a job. But inevitably, that day came where my ass had to go out looking for my first job. The Secret Annex: Job Boards Aren’t Dead. We take online recruiting for granted – at least those crazy “Millennials” like myself do, I suppose.