Tag: Mobile

Recruiting on All Wavelengths

In Friday’s Advisor, we introduced the idea of omnichannel recruiting in which an organization utilizes many of the available recruiting channels instead of a more targeted effort. We discussed some of the many benefits of this method. Today, we’ll take a look at some of the many channels recruiters can simultaneously utilize in an omnichannel […]

Management and Employees Not Aligned

A new survey of C-level executives and vice presidents across a variety of industries finds most companies still struggle with significant misalignment issues between management and employees, making it difficult to implement key initiatives and retain top talent.

Making the Most of Mobile Recruiting

In a recent article, we heard from Glen Braunsdorf of iCIMS on some tips for making use of mobile recruiting. Today we’ll hear more on that topic, including how mobile recruiting can enhance your candidate review process.

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.

Mobile Friendly Experience for the Win

In yesterday’s Advisor, we talked about how important it is for organizations to have a mobile-friendly hiring experience. We started to outline a few ways mobile technology can be incorporated into the recruiting process. Here are a few more:

How to Incorporate Mobile Tech into Your Recruiting Process

With ever-increasing smartphone usage across the population, employers and retailers alike are looking for better ways to reach their customers via mobile technology. For recruiters and HR teams, the “customer” means employees and applicants; more and more jobseekers are using their phones as a key component in their job search. Recruiters may be losing out […]

The Basics of College Recruiting

Yesterday we looked into how college degrees might be the new high school diploma when it comes to hiring. Today we’ll look at some basics of recruiting college students.