Roy Cohen, a professional career coach and author of “The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide,” has two words of advice for job seekers: Embrace rejection. Cohen, who has been helping individuals find work for more than 20 years, recognizes that rejection never feels good. But to be successful in this job market, you have to […]
More candidates with less effort? Yes, it’s possible. Learn how» Engaging new employees is challenging but critical. They often lack the confidence, experience, and alignment that long-term employ…
The role of the inhouse recruiter has changed forever. Gone is the transactional mindset, in a world where external perception counts for everything, todays recruiters works far more holistically.
Nearly half (42%) of employed job seekers are dissatisfied with their current job, with a surprising majority (81%) of the employed expecting to actively search for a new job in the next year, according to research we released today.
We’ve discussed engagement versus fans in the past, and we’ve agreed that you can’t have one without the other. However, having followers, likes, etc. is an essential part of this equation. So, what do you do if people simply aren’t traveling to your page? How do you promote your name and brand?
My interview with Doug Shaw on building Social HR Leadership & Cultural clues. He talks about using social tools to create opportunities to collaborate and co-create things more innovatively at workplace.
I believe that people inherently want to do a good job, a really good job. As managers this is sometimes difficult to remember.
Mobile recruiting can easily reach this demographic, appeal to their sense of modernity and set the trucking industry up for years of prosperity.
A few of us ZipRecruiter recently answered the question, “What is your #1 tip for job applications?” Today we’re going to offer advice to the other side.
You just created a new position, but how much do you pay someone to do a job that does not exist? If you set the salary too low, you drive away qualified applicants. If the wages are too high, you …
If you’re one of the millions of A&E Television viewers, you are fully aware of the Robertson Clan and their wildly successful companies, “Duck Commander” and “Buck Commander” and their crazy successful show “Duck Dynasty.” For those of you who live under a rock, Duck Commander manufactures duck calls and Buck Commander is CEO Willie […]
For any HR/Talent Pro who lives with the concept of staffing levels, becoming
1stdibs sells fancy goods, and it’s a pretty fancy place to work, too.
Below are the five trends in Sourcing-2013, which I feel are important, that I’d like to discuss. (I presented them as a slide in a presentation at the Sourcing Summit NZ; I will write a separate post about the event, which was great in many ways!). I’ll start with some background explanations.