Category: Sourcing

Finding and connecting with the candidates you want is an increasingly difficult challenge. From mining social media sites to posting opportunities, sourcing is where recruiting success begins.

Hiring Vets, a Win for Everybody

Today we have two special guests ahead of Veterans Day. We are joined by Evan Guzman, former Global Head of Military Programs and Engagement for Verizon and founder of the MiLBRAND Project as well as Carl Germann, Editorial Operations and Management at Monster.

Print

Hiring Overqualified? What Could Go Wrong?

It follows that you want to hire the best, right? Wouldn’t it be great for new hires to be extremely well qualified? After all, isn’t it good for the organization if the new hires have skill sets that go beyond what they need for their current role?

Print

Reputations’ Impact on Recruiting? Huge

In yesterday’s Advisor, expert Bob Corlett shared recruiting tips based GRIM—the dominance of Google, the Impact of Reputation, and the importance of Mobile. Corlett is the founder and president of Staffing Advisors. His remarks came at BLR’s RecruitCON conference, held last year in Las Vegas.

Print

Recruiting Today Is GRIM: Google, Reputation’s Impact, Mobile

In his session on technology trends shaping recruiting today, expert Bob Corlett used GRIM to help outline his thoughts. His remarks came at BLR’s RecruitCON conference held last year in Las Vegas. Corlett is the founder and president of Staffing Advisors.

Print

SMS Texting Will Revolutionize Your Recruitment Process

Attracting qualified applicants to your job opening involves a lot of grunt work, but finding a way to automate the recruitment process will save you both time and money. Texting is the fastest and most widely used form of communication that streamlines how you engage qualified applicants, share news and information, and schedule interviews. Here […]

Print

On the Hunt for Job Candidates

Over the years, sourcing has evolved from a function within recruiting to its own discipline. Today, many large organizations have entire departments dedicated to candidate sourcing.

Print