When it comes to social recruiting, your jobs are not your best content. Of course you should polish all your job listings to be dynamic and reflect your employer brand and employer value proposition, but the job listing itself is just a commodity.
Topics: social recruiting
Time was when social recruiting was as easy as posting your jobs to your LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, G+, Instagram or other preferred networks and harvested a ton of views from your organic followers. Those views turned into click throughs and recruiting organizations were able to leverage all theypeople they worked so hard to engage with on social media and turn them into applicants.
Topics: social recruiting
High performance recruitment marketing platform provider Talemetry opened our doors for Vancouver’s first HR Unconference on October 20, 2014. Recruiting professionals from around the Vancouver area gathered for a decidedly different HR conference experience.
A good time was had by all at the 2014 HR Technology Conference. Talemetry was out in force with our latest generation recruitment marketing and sourcing platform.
Earlier this month Talemetry released new reporting and analytics capabilities in our software that allow companies to delve deeper into their online job application process.
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Recruiters have one of the most difficult positions in an organization as they are often responsible for filling all jobs across every department. Breaking it down into the types of jobs that need to be filled, each with different job title requirements, skills, qualifications, and experience, can make it quite complicated.
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As organizations leverage more and more recruiting channels, it’s getting harder and harder to know what’s working and what’s not. It’s a constant struggle every recruiter faces: fill jobs with candidates and keep recruiting costs within budget. Here are the top 3 mistakes that most recruiters make in their multi-channel recruiting strategy:
When we look at a typical ‘day in the life’ of a recruiter the tasks may vary, the activities may vary, and of course the results may vary. But what doesn’t change is the fundamental challenge of finding, attracting, and engaging candidates and getting them to express interest and apply for jobs.
The recruiting industry is evolving through technology, but that doesn’t mean the tried-and-true practices of the past are dead and gone. Classic hiring tools like the resume are here to stay despite the popularity of social profiles. And when it comes to candidate engagement, many times Twitter takes a backseat to the telephone. Recruiting is about connecting people with people, and technology is the means through which we do it better. To truly be an effective leader in the recruiting space, you need to be well-rounded and adept at both traditional and emerging practices.
As a recruiter you are plugged in, tuned in and on top of all things recruiting. And today, that means you’re on social media. With huge numbers of excellent candidates spread out across social media platforms, finding “the one” can be as exciting as it is exhausting.
This week’s recruiting technology news roundup brings you articles on social recruiting to help you find the tools and information you need to make a match.