According to GlobalWebIndex, the average Internet user has more than 5 social media accounts. Popular sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter offer recruiters a perfect platform to connect with top choice candidates—most of whom are never accessible on traditional sources like job boards.
When it comes to doing anything on the Internet, there are certain precautions users should take in order to protect themselves. But when it comes to applying for a job, jobseekers are safe, right? Wrong!
Recruiters spend a majority of their time sourcing talent. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a magic button you could hit that would make talent suddenly appear? While there isn’t such a thing just yet, there are certain tools you can use to make your lives easier, starting today!
While social media has taken over many people’s personal lives, when it comes to using it to recruit top talent, very few employers (18%) have success recruiting from sites like Facebook or Twitter, according to a recent Recruiting Daily Advisor survey.
When it comes to technology in the hiring process, not only are you creating a memorable candidate experience, you’re also able to keep track of what is and isn’t working regarding hiring top talent. However, if you aren’t using recruiting software/technology to track the outcomes of your hiring process, you aren’t alone.
Tech companies throughout the United States have reported fewer women in tech roles over recent years. This raises the all-important question: Is there a way to pipeline more women into technology careers?
While we’re still in the early spring months, many employers across the country are starting to vamp up their headcounts ahead of the summer rush.
Millennials already make up a large portion of the workforce, and while organizations have been adjusting, Generation Z has entered the scene. We recently spoke with Terri Herrmann, Vice President of Marketing at Montage, to discuss how recruiters should approach Gen Z.
Providing a great company culture is a surefire way to attract top talent. Employers have a variety of ways to highlight their culture, but some jobseekers prefer a one-stop shop—Glassdoor, which offers them a glimpse into your company’s offerings via reviews and information left by current and former employees.
Starbucks, Uber, Facebook, and Google are big brands everyone knows and loves, well … for the most part. These companies also share something else in common: scandals that rocked the nation and the world.