Having helped many job seekers produce CVs that represent them well, it irks that agencies reformat them. You are misrepresenting candidates, this is why…
HireRabbit offers a software-asa-service (SaaS) platform to build customized job sites on Facebook pages.
It’s time for employers to stop demanding information they don’t need to recruit you, and it’s time for job seekers to stop being suckers.
It’s not true that humans only use 10 percent of their brains. But what about 10 percent of their recruiting resources?
It appears that we are now entering a candidate-driven market in BOTH the direct hire AND contract staffing worlds. As candidates increasingly choose contract…
LinkedIn comes up a mess these days as members cry foul, court lets a consumer class action proceed, and U.S. Department of Labor makes LinkedIn pay nearly $6 million in restitution and damages for wage law violations. Were you affected?
It came up again last week, one of my favorite things to pontificate about: how to hire a good recruiter. This time, I was sitting in a meeting with a team that is planning to revamp their recruiting program this year. We spent hours brainstorming and talking about recruiting strategies that promote accountability, visibility and […]
A good, successful headhunter creates a potent network of solid contacts and sources his or her own candidates — that’s what client companies pay for. If you rent those services elsewhere, you’re not a headhunter.
LeBron James has been called a king, a superathlete, a traitor. And now that the basketball megastar has decided to return to Cleveland and the team he once abandoned, he has earned a new moniker he may not even know about: Boomerang.
Passive recruiting is kind of like the darker, more mysterious sibling of active recruiting. Because it is so different from traditional recruiting and usually involves targeting people who do not have a strong desire to be recruited, many HR professionals and leaders are confused about passive recruiting.
How do you go about attracting attention for your organization? By being different – but the same. Just like Dumb Starbucks.
Any employer that asks you to do an interview by yourself on video might as well hire an inflatable doll.
Recruiting is broken. In fact, it is so broken that almost no one I have ever talked to about the subject has offered up a point of disagreement.