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2014 Will Be Year of Adjustment for Recruiters
www.tlnt.com

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment in the United States has continually dropped over the past year. As of November the number dropped to 7.0 percent, down from 7.3.

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Why recruiters are avoiding complicated applicant tracking systems
qandidate.com

Sticking with an existing ATS or making an uninformed decision during selection of a new system will have serious adverse effects, resulting in poor candidate experience, costly hires, lost time and above all hiring manager frustrations stretched to boiling point.

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SEO? Not Anymore!
blog.thearlandgroup.com

One of the biggest recruiting buzzwords that has dominated our space for the last decade has been a three letter word—search engine optimization (SEO). But that is changing…

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The Future of Sourcing: Do You Have What it Takes to Succeed?
www.stacyzapar.com

I was in Sydney, still groggy from the jetlag and 19-hour time difference. It was a big day. I’d be speaking at Sourcing Summit Australia delivering my very first keynote speaking engagement.

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5 Ways to Weed Out the Wrong Candidates
theyec.org

One of the worst things you can do for your company is hire too quickly. Use these tricks to make sure you get it right the first time around.

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No More Half Measures
jibe.com

When implementing a mobile recruiting solution, go all the way.

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5 Tips For A Winning Candidate Experience
www.forbes.com

Let’s face it – The hiring process is stressful for both sides. The job seeker is putting their talents and career future on the line, which is a vulnerable place to be. The organization is investing considerable resources in hopes of finding a star in the making.

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5 Simple Fixes for the Toughest Recruiting Challenges
blog.brazencareerist.com

Recruiting can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Focus on these five common issues to hire more effectively and successfully.

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The Sultan of Sourcing Has Spoken
ht.ly

OK, he’s finally done it. Shally Steckerl, the Jedi Master of all things recruiting and sourcing, has spewed out his vast knowledge into 488 pages of pure sourcing joy with his new book, The Talent Sourcing & Recruiting Handbook. Let’s find out how he did it.

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Hiring and Big Data: Those Who Could Be Left Behind
blogs.hbr.org

Recruiters, HR managers, and investors have always sought better ways of identifying who fits and has potential, and how to allocate opportunities to them. Big data holds the promise of not only vastly improved efficiencies but also bringing greater objectivity to our very unconsciously biased human decision-making. And without a doubt, predictive “people analytics” are […]

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Facts and fables about candidate application behaviour
qandidate.com

Recruitment data interest us. With almost 2,500 companies using our recruitment software we are able to determine some interesting trends. Data only adds value when you’€™re able to convert this into meaningful information, which you can give back to the recruitment community so they can make the best hiring decision possible.

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The changing roles of recruiters and hiring managers
qandidate.com

Over the last few years, there has been a preoccupation with cost reduction, time reduction and just about every other form of ‘reduction’ imaginable in a bid to streamline organisational operations.

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The Judges Interview with Rob Jones | #IHRA2013
qandidate.com

With less than a few weeks to go until the 2013 In-House Recruitment Awards, several of the awards judges agreed to share their opinions on the new trends and challenges facing in-house recruiters. The third of the judges to share their thoughts is Rob Jones Head of Organisational Effectiveness at Crossrail.

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Richard Chipchase, Director of Talent at Major Players, shares his thoughts
qandidate.com

With less than a few weeks to go until the 2013 In-House Recruitment Awards, several of the awards judges agreed to share their opinions on the new trends and challenges facing in-house recruiters.

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