Ryan Ayers — October 8, 2019 Follow @TheBizTechGuru HR professionals can promote diversity and inclusion by leveraging technology that eliminates hiring bias. The technological revolution is still in play. However, it’s already sparking a new kind of revolution – diversity and inclusion. At the beginning of the tech industry diversity revolution, social advocates pointed out … Continue reading Innovating an Inclusive Workspace: Data Tools Can Help Recruiters Address their Gender Biases
Samar Birwadker — July 11, 2019 Follow @samarbee — July 11, 2019 Debating the future of job boards should be something every person in a recruiting position is talking about. Job boards made their way into the job market more than 20 years ago! These frequently used tools have been through the highs and lows … Continue reading Should Recruiters Still Rely on Job Boards in 2019?
Bob Van Rossum — January 21, 2019 Follow @BobVR — January 21, 2019 Today’s job market is in favor of candidates where employers are in fierce competition for top talent. Marketers who have cutting-edge skills, in particular, are in the position for promising opportunities in 2019. If you’re interviewing for a senior-level or executive role, … Continue reading Job Interview Don’ts: Expert Advice from Marketing Executive Recruiters
Erin Dore Miller — October 15, 2018 — October 15, 2018 Aymanjed / Pixabay I recently wrapped up a search for a Talent Acquisition Specialist for one of our clients. I do not often have the opportunity to recruit recruiters, so this was a fascinating experience for me. Of course, I focused my search on … Continue reading The Hypocrisy of Recruiters
Matt Gill — July 25, 2017 — July 25, 2017 geralt / Pixabay In my last blog post, “The Latest LinkedIn Change—Have You Kept Up?, I shared a bit of the behind-the-scenes view on how recruiters are using LinkedIn as a tool for tracking and communicating to potential candidates. In this post, I’ll focus on … Continue reading Using LinkedIn to Stay Relevant to Recruiters
Ji-A Min — July 13, 2017 — July 13, 2017 geralt / Pixabay It used to be LinkedIn was the social network you used for your professional life and Facebook was the one for your personal life. Today, that distinction isn’t so clear. In fact, LinkedIn groups are mostly dead these days while Facebook groups … Continue reading The Best Facebook Groups For Recruiters
Maren Hogan — June 7, 2017 Follow @marenhogan— June 7, 2017 geralt / Pixabay Recruiting either comes naturally to you, or it doesn’t. However, even those who aren’t recruiting professionals will find themselves in situations where they need to be good recruiters, interviewers and, yes, sourcers. At my agency, I like to source and hire … Continue reading The 4 Traits of Naturally Skilled Recruiters
Mark Miller — May 30, 2017 Follow @MMtwopointfive— May 30, 2017 Look at any thorough marketing job description, and you’ll no doubt find a laundry list of practical experience and technical skills needed to be effective in that role. But what’s not always listed are soft skills that enable you to thrive in a given … Continue reading 4 Crucial Soft Skills Marketing Recruiters Love to See in Candidates
Ji-A Min — May 26, 2017 — May 26, 2017 According to Josh Bersin, artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the fastest growing areas of recruiting. Check out 12 revealing stats on how recruiters feel about AI in our new infographic below. What is artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence are abilities such as learning, perception, and … Continue reading 12 Revealing Stats On How Recruiters Feel About AI [Infographic]
Vinayak Ranade — February 14, 2017 — February 14, 2017 Before you do this, consider the following… Lately, you’ve been wondering about whether your talent team is really effective. Are they doing a better job than if you did it yourself? You’re a founder, CEO, COO, or VP. You want to hire faster. You want … Continue reading Before You Fire Your Recruiters, Read This.