Check out this great looking job description that we saw on social media. It really catches your eye. This particular one for a WordPress Whisperer (developer) was shared over 30 times on social media and led to a hire via someone seeing it on Twitter. Notice how they used a great image, hashtags and whimsy […]
Nina Parr, is a former recruiter and the co-founder of The Love Your Job Project to teach frustrated millennials how to find jobs they really want by sharing recruiting industry secrets, skills and strategies. She joins us today on the show to discuss tips for relocation. âJob seekers should also make their move seem like […]
HR departments pay Glassdoor to subsidize anonymous ratings and salary surveys. Reading anonymous customer reviews when you buy a camera or a waffle iron is one thing But when you’re checking out an employer, due diligence is crucial. We’re talking about your career and your income.
Given all of the existing limitations, companies need to weigh their options carefully when it comes to pre-employment credit. Not only are there legislative limits on the use of credit, but adding to the mix, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the trial bar are aggressively pursuing class action lawsuits in situations where they […]
A remarkable Labor Day tale: Workers loved their CEO so much that they walked off their jobs to save his.
Yes, you were good enough to get promoted but being a manger has challenges you never dealt with when you were an employee.
Having been involved in the employment background screening industry for over twenty years one could say I have seen it all. I have seen class action lawsuits, congressional hearings, state hearings, and pundits slamming an industry they really don’t understand. Often critics don’t realize that there’s a loophole in the federal law (the Fair Credit […]
I often hear that recruiting on social media doesn’t work, and that’s always due to 3 reasons. Recruiting on social media will work with these corrections.
As colleges across the country begin revving back up, you might want to reconsider your major.
In case you haven’t noticed yet, job seekers are going mobile. More and more of them are surfing your company career site from their mobile phones and looking at it with a tiny 4 or 5 inch screen. For some companies up to 30% of their web traffic now comes from mobile devices. Which means […]
Are you looking to relocate to another state to find work? Here’s a few tips to make your relocation easier.
Some job boards and new tech in the news for the job search market. 1. PhysEmp.com, one of the nations first physician job boards and mobile app innovators,
When Ian Siegel and his co-founders began to build ZipRecruiter in 2010, the goal was a lifestyle business. Today, after four years of bootstrapping the business to profitability and what by any me…