My Jobs, My Content, My Moat: No Thank You, Google.

by Thad Price on Jun 27, 2017

Many moons ago, there once was a job search engine crawling job boards, career sites, newspapers, and communities for job content. This job search engine decided that Craigslist would be an invaluable resource for users in their pursuit to offer users "one search, all jobs."  
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Beyond the Bonus: Motivate Employees to Refer Great Candidates

by Samantha Smith on Jun 26, 2017

Many recruiters say that employee referrals are the best way to hire. In fact, 88% of employers said that referrals are the #1 best source for above-average applicants (source: ERE). But getting those qualified, interested candidates isn’t easy. Recognizing the importance of referrals is a good start, but it takes time and resources to implement a successful employee referral program.
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Strategic Staffing Can Cure Summer Hiring Woes

by Kelly Love Johnson on Jun 22, 2017

When it comes to summer hiring, candidates can be difficult to find, especially for entry-level or temporary positions. So how can you create a strategy for hiring over the summer months that won’t leave you short on talent?
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Building Culture: Hiring Talent that Aligns with Company Values

by Kelly Love Johnson on Jun 20, 2017

In her Lead With Strengths podcast this week, Lisa Cummings speaks with Bruce Ge and Neil Davis, who talk about what it’s like to create an amazing culture at your company (and how to get there). 
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Google, Facebook, and Job Ads: 3 Must Do’s to Break Through

by Kelly Love Johnson on Jun 13, 2017

We’ve heard the buzz about Google and Facebook getting into the jobs industry. What does it mean for you when these giants enter the space? If you missed our live webinar on June 15, you can watch it on demand here!
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15 Amazing Examples of Companies Using Instagram to Recruit

by Kelly Love Johnson on May 31, 2017

Why Instagram? If you’re a recruiter or talent acquisition pro, this is where your prospective employees spend a lot of time. Millennials are now of working age and a recent PWC report says that by 2020, 50% of the workforce in the U.S. will be millennials and by 2025 it will be 75% globally.
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