Mark Miller — August 7, 2017 Follow @MMtwopointfive — August 7, 2017 Have you ever been called or emailed out of the blue by a marketing recruiter who was looking for a marketing executive or other talented candidate for a cool new job opportunity? This scenario can be quite common among top marketing professionals with … Continue reading What to Do if You’ve Been Approached With a Marketing Job You Didn’t Even Apply For
Kayla Kozan — August 3, 2017 Follow @kaylakozan — August 3, 2017 If you’re in Talent Acquisition, you know how overwhelming it can feel with applications coming in left, right and center. To make sure your team is operating to its full potential, here are 7 tips and tricks to make the most of your … Continue reading 7 Top Tips to Revive Your Recruiting Emails
Maren Hogan — August 2, 2017 Follow @marenhogan — August 2, 2017 HypnoArt / Pixabay Quality of Hire didn’t use to be a recruiting measurement. Far from it! Even just ten years ago, the goal for recruiters and even their emerging brethren was to make sure that people met the job requirements. Terms like “cultural … Continue reading Quality of Hire Means Something, Here’s Why
Ji-A Min — July 27, 2017 — July 27, 2017 The competition for talent is fiercer than ever, with 68% of recruiters reporting they have difficulty finding full-time employees. In today’s environment, it can be challenging to come up with recruitment strategies that make your jobs stand out from the rest. Here are 6 genius … Continue reading 6 Genius Recruitment Strategies You Should Try This Month
Maren Hogan — July 26, 2017 Follow @marenhogan — July 26, 2017 geralt / Pixabay If you’ve been in HR for any amount of time, you know that people want to hear about metrics. Whether it’s a vendor telling you about their metric heavy dashboard, a VP of talent acquisition spouting the metrics she watches, … Continue reading Who Wants to Be a Recruiting Metric-Aire?
Jeremy York — July 21, 2017 — July 21, 2017 55am / Pixabay Most people are familiar with the term job description. It is the document that outlines items such as job responsibilities, experience, education, skills, etc. A dreaded document that most managers hate to prepare or fail to see the overall importance of having … Continue reading Job Descriptions—Are They Really Necessary?
Ringo Nishioka — July 21, 2017 Follow @hr_nasty — July 21, 2017 Just like the job interview, the goal is to focus on each individual game and not be distracted by the final game The goal of the job interview, resume and networking Believe it or not, the goal of a job resume and job … Continue reading The REAL Goal of the Job Interview, Resume and Networking. FYI, It’s Not a Job Offer
Maren Hogan — July 21, 2017 Follow @marenhogan — July 21, 2017 geralt / Pixabay As recruiters get increasingly better with their reach, they are getting more rigid with their screening and vetting processes for job applicants. That sounds great in theory, but that would assume that those processes are screening for the right things. … Continue reading The 5 Perfectly Good Job Applicants You Won’t Consider
Interviews are intimidating no matter how many you’ve gone through or how confident you are, but they all have the same end goal. The goal of interviews with prospective agents, specifically, is to understand their qualifications, personality, and general way of doing things in relation to your firm. In order to accomplish this, you … Continue reading The Real Estate Recruiting Questions Checklist
Adam Hale — July 1, 2017 Follow @adahal — July 1, 2017 Free-Photos / Pixabay In today’s global climate, there are big challenges for ambitious businesses, especially as the growing US skills gap makes it harder to acquire talent and places greater importance on retention in order to sustain rapid growth. For years now, intelligent … Continue reading 4 Ways HR Leaders Can Unlock Business Growth Through People Science