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Seven Hiring Tips from HR Pros

The modern recruiting process is much different from what it used to be. Today, all information about the candidates you’re interested is within reach. You just need to google their names. Still, the hiring manager faces too many challenges. The online world helps us to create the image we want others to see. This means that the perfect candidate might not be that perfect after Read More →


Key Attributes for Designing High-End Job Descriptions

  You will often come across articles online which provide advice for job seekers on how to maximize their chances of getting a good job by improving their resume. But, what most employers and companies neglect is the fact that they also need to do their part by creating a relevant and effective job description that will attract top talent. Also, according to John Hammond, Read More →


Recruiters: Improve Your Email Writing With These 8 Tips

Anyone who works now must get to grips with email writing, and this is especially true for those in recruitment. A good email can make or break a potential hire, so it’s essential that you get it right. Here’s eight tips that will help you write the best email, every time. 1. Make good use of subject lines The subject line is the first thing Read More →


How to Make Your Hiring Process Shorter and Easier

Hiring cycles have the potential to be the stuff of nightmares, but only if you let them. If you play your cards right, you can find and hire a great candidate in about a week. Starting strong and acting fast will give you the advantage when you’re looking to fill a company seat. Get to the Point with Your Job Description If you’re looking to Read More →


6 Team Building Lessons Managers Can Learn From This Popular Television Show

Between the years, 1983-1987, there was a popular television show called the “A Team.” Four Vietnam War veterans were charged with robbing the Bank of Hanoi during the War, and were tried, convicted, and sent to a military prison. They actually did rob the bank, but they do so under secret orders from their commander. Angry and skilled, they were able to make their escape Read More →


7 Recruitment Trends That Rule 2016

When it comes to exploring the significance of recruitment process in any organization then this aspect becomes more obvious that it is definitely considered as the backbone for every organization. However, there are many organizations working in the professional environment and still these workplaces do not give due respect or appropriate importance to this process. As a result, these organizations do not acquire the best Read More →


Common Mistakes in Social Recruiting You Should Avoid

The number of employers using social recruiting has been steadily increasing over time, to the extent that it’s now believed around 90% of companies are using this recruiting strategy. But if you aren’t doing it correctly, you could be wasting time and money – and missing out on the top candidates who are out there waiting for you. Here are some common mistakes to avoid Read More →

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7 Innovative Ways To Get A Gold Medal For Your Employer Brand

Hint: Just listening can go a long way. A strong personal brand is a fundamental component of your success not only as an employer, but also as a hiring manager. And on a larger scale, your employer brand is often synonymous with your company brand. So it’s important to make sure that you are doing all that you can to enhance your brand and really Read More →

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9 Vital Resources For Successful Recruitment Tactics

What will be the first step you take when one of your top performers resign? You will look for candidates who have similar skill set and experience to fill their shoes. Needless to say, it’s hard to find ideal replacements all the time. So, how do you deal with this situation? With an efficient recruiting strategy, of course. The problem is that no holy book Read More →


Top Recruiting Metrics You Have To Start Tracking Today

If you think recruiting is all about writing job descriptions, or screening and interviewing candidates, you had better think twice. A key part of every recruiter’s job is monitoring recruiting metrics to render the process faster and more effective. If your organization isn’t tracking these metrics, you might be missing out on many opportunities for optimizing your recruiting process and wasting money on ineffective strategies. Read More →