LinkedIn continues to redesign various functions of its site on both desktop and mobile devices. Today, the company introduced a new navigation bar, which a …
What happens when you make people apply to a job with a twitter hashtag? Vala Afshar, CMO of Enterasys Networks in Boston, Mass did just that and found the right person for free in just a matter of…
Adding additional revenue to you job board is not that hard. Think about adding affiliate programs to add a little $$$ to your bottom line. Here are several different ones to choose from…
What employers really think of the newest job seekers.
As the economy and job market heats up, so has the market for corporate recruiting… and recruiting services and consultants. Our latest data shows that businesses around the world spend over $3,300 per hire on recruiting and this budget has increased by almost 6% in the last year. This means that […]
Luis von Ahn, a founder of Captcha and Duolingo, says one of the changes he made when starting his most recent venture was to focus on hiring nice people. He says he used to evaluate potential hires based solely on their competence, but realized the approach wasn’t effective.
I bet you’re wondering how Big Data intersects with Hip Hop, Zombies and HR. Victorio Milian’s covers all the plot twists as he discusses how to avoid strategic blind spots when using Big Data.
At this time every year, many new high school graduates enter the working world with no intention of earning a college degree. Yet the lack of a four-year degree doesn’t mean a rewarding career isn’t possible, says a new report from CareerCast.com, Great Jobs Without a College Degree.
This week I moved my desk to the other side of the office to sit with our development team. Within my Marketing responsibilities at Qandidate.com I work closely with the development team, when it comes to product design and scope, so I decided to move my desk from one side of the office to the […]
HiringSolved has begun the process of going to market in a very aggressive way. Once we do this right (and we will), it wonât be long before we win it all.
In this Google+ hangout, Jim Stroud, Sourcer extraordinaire, shares about his new book “Resume Forensics” on a few tips, tricks and creative ways to source for candidates through Google, Bing, Yahoo and more.
Three innovative recruiting/interviewing strategies for hiring new employees, from piracy to faking emergency situations. Includes videos 😉
Dale Carnegie wrote a fantastic book back in 1936 that really spelled out How to Win Friends and Influence People, and in my view it was so successful and continues to be successful because it contains such a lot of common sense about treating others how we ourselves like to be treated.