Sometimes, the best candidates may be closer than you think. Why look far and wide when they may be hiding in your own house?
Here’s a rough estimate of what a poor job seeker experience could end up costing an organization in revenue.
Friend of CareerCloud, Andre Boulais held an awesome webinar last week for ERE where he dished out his teams best sourcing secrets. If you missed it, no worries we’ve got the video right here! Check it out on your lunch break. its well worth your time.
New release for Qandidate.com’s free recruitment software. This latest release brings Qandidate.com an important stepping-stone for future developments later this year. Since the introduction in 2013, more than 4000 businesses have signed up for Qandidate.com’s free recruitment software.
Is a mobile-optimized site enough? Ed Newman answers that question and more in a post-webinar Q&A.
The hardest thing for job seekers is waiting around for that email or phone call to see where they stand. We as recruiters use these gut-wrenching phrases, such as “We have decided to pursue other candidates”. They are hard to deliver, but it’s part of our job. And as humans–not just recruiters–we’re called to do […]
Recruiting leaders and company executives are often focused on a specific set of recruiting metrics — source of hire, fills vs. vacancies, cost per hire, and my least favorite, time to fill. You are
Maybe it’s time employers started paying job boards only when jobs are actually filled. Pay-for-performance would end the wild claims of job boards like Indeed.com — and clean up the fake job postings that waste job seekers’ time.
Presented by Shally Steckerl, a well-known sourcing expert, this 60-minute webinar will help you learn how to source candidates using social, job boards, and other candidate repositories. You’ll also learn how to mine hidden talent on the Internet in new and creative ways using the plethora of people data at your fingertips.
How fanatical about hiring is Nate Silver? About 9 times more than you are, and probably 20 times better at it than you are, if you spend about 10% of your time recruiting and interviewing. (Uh-uh… not enough.)
As it turns out, March Madness and Recruiting aren’t all that different.
Balls of steel. Bigcommerce has a great idea for where to find top talent in Silicon Valley.
A lot of advancements have taken place in the mobile recruiting space over the past several years, but one simple capability was left in the dark – the text message.
Figuring out how to distinguish yourself in a crowded field and land a job is a lifelong career just by itself. If you’re trying to figure out the types of traits that top-tier employers are looking for, you could always ask. Google, at least, seems happy to answer.