Top Talent Acquisition and Recruitment Marketing Conferences to Attend in 2020

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Even better, conferences often provide the chance to network with other Talent Acquisition and Recruitment Marketing professionals to learn how they’re solving the same sorts of challenges you might be facing. . To help with the decision, here’s a comprehensive list of global Talent Acquisition conferences happening in 2020, along with some of the sessions that stand out as you look to increase your Recruitment Marketing skills. Recruitment Marketing

Ready to Start Social Recruiting? 4 Questions to Cover With Marketing First

Rally Recruitment Marketing

As Recruitment Marketers we know that social media can be extremely helpful to any organization’s recruiting efforts. While we know social is worth investing time in, there are many questions that need to be answered before jumping in: like whether you ought to share social accounts with marketing, and who should be responsible for creating and posting content? What is the goal of your company’s current social media accounts? .

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Why You Should Include Employer Profiles in Your Social Media Strategy

Recruitics

When people browse social media platforms like Twitter or Instagram in their free time, they’re typically not there to look for a job -- but that doesn't mean they're not open to it.

Social Recruitment Is Losing Its Way

The Whiteboard

The talk from Jacqui Wall from Umbrella on building resilience in recruitment is certainly coming in handy with the somewhat fragile nature of me and my team this morning. It came from someone who, over the past few years, has built an increasingly public profile around various social media channels and recruitment marketing. He told me that Twitter was a waste of time for recruitment. Does social still work for you?

Can Twitter Product Pages Change the Recruiting Landscape?

Recruiting Daily

The new functionality of Twitter product pages will make it easier not only to find candidates that will fit into your company’s culture, but will make it easier for candidates to find you. Social media ROI, anyone? There is no doubt that I am a big Twitter fan. When Twitter announced that they were starting to test a new product, it piqued my interest. If you’re one of the Twitter haters, don’t run just yet. Twitter Tech Breakdown.

Recruitment Marketing: The Ultimate Guide

Ongig

Recruitment marketing is vital to talent acquisition. In this guide I share a primer on recruitment marketing with hopefully-helpful tips, including: My definition of recruitment marketing. The 6 stages of the recruiting funnel. 4 recruitment marketing strategies. The 3 major benefits you’ll see from effective recruitment marketing. What is Recruitment Marketing? Recruitment Marketing Strategies.

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. Matthew Jeffery is one of the world’s leading recruitment strategists and futurologists.

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. And the only way you’re going to convince them of all that, is with recruitment marketing. What is Recruitment Marketing? A recruiter’s job is to convert applicants into hires. Recruitment marketing is what helps you do that by enabling you to build pipelines of interested and qualified candidates.

How To Make Twitter Work for Talent Acquisition.

Recruiting Daily

There’s no denying that I love Twitter. Recently, I can’t help but notice that a lot of people are trying to shoehorn their “usual” talent acquisition strategies into Twitter’s framework, and I can already tell you this: It’s not going to work. Why Recruiting On Twitter Doesn’t Work: A Blind Case Study. Let’s look at the followers of the careers-focused Twitter account that belongs to a large and very well-known retailer. And I know a lot of you do, too.

Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 8.10 to 8.14

SmashFly

So now, time for one of our favorite parts of the week: compiling the best articles we read in recruitment marketing. Continue Reading → The post Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 8.10 It’s Friday! High five. But first, here’s a look at our content choice and tweet of the week. Content of the Week Check out our CEO Mike Hennessy on DriveThruHr with William Tincup.

The 3 Top Social Media Trends in 2016 Translated for Social Recruiting

Proactive Talent

You've probably seen one of the many articles popping up this week covering the major trends emerging in social media as we head into the new year, like this one on socialmediaclub.org , but how do these new trends translate over to talent acquisition in regards to social recruiting? We'll break down the top trends emerging in social media and translate them into recruitment marketing tactics your recruiting teams can start leveraging today to get ahead of the curve in 2016.

Why Social Recruiting Is Everyone’s Job.

Recruiting Daily

If you’re like most employers, you’ve probably already set up some sort of social media presence dedicated to careers and hiring. A recent study showed fully 94% of recruiters reported using at least one social network for sourcing or talent attraction in 2015, evidence that this emerging technology has already moved from the recruitment margins to the mainstream. Scoring Net Promoters: 3 Keys for Social Recruiting Success.

How Hootsuite Hires: A Social Recruiting Success Story

Recruiting Daily

Hootsuite , a high growth, high tech employer based in Vancouver has emerged as one of the most widely used social business platforms on the market. Its enterprise social monitoring and publishing tools have fueled the company’s explosive growth from bootstrap to big brand, from start-up to social success story. That’s hard no matter where you are, as you already know if you know anything about the labor market at the moment. In social media.

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.

Social Recruiting Round-Up – March 2015

Social Talent

Now that April is upon us, we thought it was time to reflect and take a look back at the most popular blog posts, the most talked about infographics and the biggest recruitment and sourcing news stories of the last month – otherwise know as the March edition of the Social Talent Social Recruiting Round-Up! There was LOADS to talk about this month, so sit back, relax and soak in all the best bits: Top Blogs in March: A Recruiter’s Handbook Guide to Instagram.

Best Recruitment Marketing Articles 1.25 to 1.29

SmashFly

Lots of action this week, since Twitter was going a mile a minute with #SRSC tweets. Time for the best in recruitment marketing this week, plus some bonuses from the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. Continue Reading → The post Best Recruitment Marketing Articles 1.25 Recruitment Marketing anthony iannarino ERE media james damico Kara Yarnot Laurie Ruettimann olivia barrow social recruiting strategies conference srsc Will Staney

Dashboard Confessional: How To Lie With Social Recruiting Analytics

Recruiting Daily

As someone who’s more or less grown up with the commoditization and corporate adoption of social media, and as someone who gets paid to do this stuff, I’ve seen a huge shift in the way analytics play a role in informing that particular marketing function. The ability to forecast the relative volume of search engine queries or the reach of a target professional demographic segment on social is how people get paid on the Internet, after all.

The Best Conference for a Storify: Social Recruiting Strategies 2016

SmashFly

If there’s one conference you need to be constantly watching your Twitter stream, it’s the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference. Here are our favorite tweets and takeaways from two days of obsessively watching Twitter for #SRSC. The post The Best Conference for a Storify: Social Recruiting Strategies 2016 appeared first on SmashFly Blog. Recruitment Marketing Social Recruiting social recruiting strategies conference srsc

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.

How Hootsuite Hires: A Social Recruiting Success Story

Recruiting Daily

Hootsuite , a high growth, high tech employer based in Vancouver has emerged as one of the most widely used social business platforms on the market. Its enterprise social monitoring and publishing tools have fueled the company’s explosive growth from bootstrap to big brand, from start-up to social success story. That’s hard no matter where you are, as you already know if you know anything about the labor market at the moment. In social media.

The Secret Sauce: Why It’s Time To Shut Up About Social Recruiting.

Recruiting Daily

When you and your talent acquisition team started talking about social recruiting, did you actually have a conversation as to why you needed social media, or did you just end up at “we need social recruiting because we need it?” Or “we need social recruiting because everyone else is doing it?”. We talk to lots of people looking to do social media who can’t really answer the “why” question. You don’t need social media.

Employer Branding Hashtags that are #KillingIt at Social Recruiting

Stories Incorporated

Reading Time: 6 minutes When candidates search social media to learn about your company, what will they find? Provide candidates with the information they are seeking on your social channels with social media recruiting hashtags. LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook all allow users to easily sort and search content using hashtags. Hashtags are important to your social recruitment strategy.

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 2.7.15 to 2.13.15

SmashFly

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be covering high performance recruitment marketing, sports and HR, candidate experience, passive candidates and influencing on Twitter. Continue Reading → The post 5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 2.7.15

The 5 Pillars of Recruitment Marketing

Beamery

The hiring market is embroiled in a vicious battle for the best talent – there’s an increasing need for new techniques to connect with the very best talent. Innovative employers are experimenting with a range of clever recruitment strategies and hiring hacks to get top talent through the door , but it might be recruitment marketing that gives companies a more sustainable framework to hire smarter and improve the candidate experience. 3 – Social media.

Social Recruiting Strategy: from Good to Great

Beamery

Using social media improves the quality of candidates that land in your pipeline by 49%. It makes sense- candidates trust a human voice more than a corporate logo, and learn more about a company through social media than through careers pages and job descriptions. And yet, only 45% of Fortune 500 companies include a link to social media on their careers page. Is it inconsistent across all your social pages? Lay down a marketing strategy.

Want Better Recruiting? Add These 41 Twitter Feeds To Your List

Eightfold

Twitter’s fast-paced, of-the-moment approach makes it a great way to keep up with the news in influencers in the recruitment and hiring fields. To see what’s happening, add these 41 top recruitment professionals to your Twitter feed. The post Want Better Recruiting?

3 Takeaways from the 2021 CareerArc Future of Recruitment Study

Rally Recruitment Marketing

To find out, we turned to the 2021 CareerArc Future of Recruitment Study. . With 82% of candidates considering employer brand and reputation before applying for a job, lacking in these areas can put your recruiting strategy at risk. . Social media and social recruiting software.

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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?

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 2.7.15 to 2.13.15

SmashFly

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be covering high performance recruitment marketing, sports and HR, candidate experience, passive candidates and influencing on Twitter. Continue Reading → The post 5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 2.7.15

10 Brilliant Social Tools You NEED To Be Using

Social Talent

Today, we are absolutely spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing our tools for some kick-ass recruitment! We have talked a lot about the current challenges many recruiters face which makes hiring the right candidate more important than ever. And let’s face it – it’s a necessity for any recruiter to have a toolkit that fits their recruitment needs and helps improve their productivity and efficiency. Tool #3: Twitter Search (free).

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9 Twitter Accounts Every Recruiter Should Start Following in 2016

Social Talent

Start your 2016 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 9 Best Twitter Accounts Every Recruiter Should Start Following in 2016: 1. What to expect: Great recruitment tips, practices and techniques based on real life experiences. Greg’s masterclass will be packed with cutting-edge insights for recruiters. cx65HF3BF5 #recruitment.

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. As technology and social platforms evolve, new opportunities and trends emerge, and employers need to stay on top of them to find the best talent.

How to Use Twitter For Recruiting (in 500 Words)

SmashFly

With more than one billion accounts and 9,000 different job channels in TweetMyJobs, it’s easy to understand why companies are trying to figure out how to use Twitter as part of their overall recruitment marketing strategy. But news flash: Twitter is not another career site. Career Sites vs. Social Recruiting Career sites are dedicated. Continue Reading → The post How to Use Twitter For Recruiting (in 500 Words) appeared first on SmashFly Blog.

4 Places Candidates Go to Research Your Employer Brand

Rally Recruitment Marketing

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. This is the most important recruiting channel you have, so it’s worth dedicating the resources to building the most attractive, informative and personalized careers site that you can and updating the content regularly. 3: Your Social Media Profiles. 4: Your Employees’ Social Media Profiles.

The Best Free Tools to Manage and Measure Social Recruiting

Yello

More than one billion people check Facebook daily, Twitter users send 6,000 tweets every second and new LinkedIn users sign up at a rate of more than two new members per second, reports Hootsuite. Your next great hire is likely on social media; is your recruiting team? Social recruiting helps the recruitment team: Cultivate a unique employer brand. Build a recruitment-focused presence online to give the talent acquisition team a voice.

4 Social Recruiting Trends To Watch Out For In 2017

Jibe

For most of its existence, social media has been a taboo subject for recruiting. However, over the last couple of years we have seen social recruitment on the rise. As a matter of fact, some companies even require social media experience for their talent acquisition positions. The main reason for this changing of the guard has been the evolution of social media and those who use it. Recruiters should want to create more video content, too.

Personal Branding for Overall Recruitment Marketing Success

Harger Howe Recruitment

In a world where news is tied to Twitter feeds, friends are interacted with on Facebook and referrals are made on LinkedIn, it is essential to be up-to-date with your personal brand. At first it is tempting to believe that your social networks do not affect your company’s employer brand, but that just isn’t true. Here are several overall strategies for to consider when interacting and working on your recruiter social networks. Social Media social recruitment

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 2.7.15 to 2.13.15

SmashFly

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be covering high performance recruitment marketing, sports and HR, candidate experience, passive candidates and influencing on Twitter. Great report from Kyle on what encapsulates an effective recruitment marketing strategy.

Recruitment marketing: fad or future? The expert review

Beamery

‘Treat your candidates like your customers’ Recruitment marketing is a multi-faceted approach with huge potential to transform the recruitment process. They’re easily influenced by what they hear about your company from friends , what they read about you on Twitter – you need to make sure that you’re providing a great candidate experience. Marketing techniques also make it easier for recruiters to build relationships with candidates.

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. Gary Zukowski, senior vice president of CareerArc–a Recruitics partner–agrees.