The Ultimate Guide to Recruiting With Social Media

by Travis Brown on Aug 9, 2017

It's easy to see social media as an overwhelming driver of irrelevant traffic. At least, it's easy to feel that way in many business sectors since it's often true. For recruiting, it can be even more difficult to grasp exactly how a social recruiting strategy might help.
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5 Trends in Skilled Trades Every Recruiter Should Know

by Emily Ceskavich on Aug 7, 2017

For the seventh consecutive year, skilled trades positions remain the hardest to fill in the United States according to the latest Talent Shortage Survey by ManpowerGroup. Nearly half (46%) of U.S. employers report difficulties filling jobs due to lack of available talent, a significant increase from 32% reported in 2015.
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How to Create a SMART Content Strategy That Helps You Recruit

by Emily Ceskavich on Aug 2, 2017

Creating original content on your website or blog can be overwhelming. When you have limited resources and need to fill a class of 20 insurance sales reps by the end of the month, the last thing you want to do is set aside time to write content for your candidate audience. And isn’t that marketing’s job?
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First Google for Jobs, now Hire: How Does Google's New ATS App Stack Up?

by Samantha Smith on Jul 28, 2017

In May, Google launched Google for Jobs, stirring curiosity (and maybe rattling some nerves) about its expansion into the jobs space, and what it means for job boards, recruiters, and the future of recruitment advertising. Last week, they continued that expansion with Google Hire, an applicant tracking system (ATS) app aimed at small and mid-size companies.
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Four Ways Staffing Firms Recruit Talent in Sparse Candidate Markets

by Emily Ceskavich on Jul 26, 2017

Scarcity is scary. According to the latest Talent Shortage Survey by Manpower Group, staffing professionals are navigating through the worst talent shortage since 2007.
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After Six Years, Shelly Mudd, Jobs2Careers CRO, Embarks on New Adventure

by Samantha Smith on Jul 20, 2017

It is with heartfelt gratitude that Jobs2Careers bids farewell to Chief Revenue Officer Shelly Mudd after six years of service to—or rather, the building of—Jobs2Careers. Shelly was a founding member of Jobs2Careers back when it was a three-person company just starting out under CEO Bruce Ge.
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