You probably know happy couples who met online. For every happy couple, however, there are 10 horror stories of people showing up 15 years older or 50 pounds heavier than in their picture.
E-recruiting, much like E-dating, has many success stories. The sad part about recruiting, though, is that we don’t get to date the winners very long; as recruiters, we give the best matches to the hiring manager… and then we start searching for “the one” all over again.
Here’s more insight into the recruiting process (and a little advice on how to make it to the second date).
Traditionally companies drew from the pool of viable applicants on career sites and job boards.
Today, recruiters and employers are utilizing employee referrals to find the most qualified applicants. Your current employees may hold the key to the perfect candidates.
Check out this interesting infographic from Jobvite. It shows how statistically, referred candidates offer several advantages to employers over those who apply through “outside sources.
“Search Engine Optimization Specialist”, “Mobile App Developer” and “Digital Media/Blogger” are just some of the contemporary positions companies are looking to fill in 2013. Finding the right candidate, however, can be easier said than done… especially since many of these jobs didn’t exist just a few years ago.
In this world of social networks, Twitter, iPads and smartphones, companies must change the way they find this new type of talent. From building a social media presence to tapping professional networks, here’s how to recruit right in 2013…
As talent wars heat up, many companies look within to figure out how to make themselves a better place to work. Some envy the tech giants who seem to have great candidates show up at their doorstep, but the truth is you don’t have to be a Google or a Facebook to have an awesome work environment. While compensation will undoubtedly play a role in the type of talent your company can attract, it turns out people want more than a top salary and a kick butt 401 (K) plan. “A lot of things go into making a company a
According to a new CareerBuilder study, age disparity in office settings is disappearing. It’s no longer uncommon to see a 20-something managing older workers, and with this new era comes new generational differences. These differences — including ideas about communication, work style, and career advancement — could play a role in your interview process.
Here are a few tips for how to connect with older or younger hiring managers: