Recruiting candidates to rural locations can be frustrating, but you can improve your success rate with an employee-referral program and by developing better retention, Ben Eubanks writes. He also suggests attracting workers with day-care subsidies, sabbaticals and career development.
There was a time when just in time hiring was all the vogue. After this the market got hijacked by the community champions who advocated the complete opposite approach, dictating that every company needed a talent community. A talent network needs technology that allows a simple sign in to register other profiles to elect to […]
Dear CEO’s, Today in the StarTribune is an article from Adam Belz (@adambelz) Minnesota companies need IT workers, but stumble in hiring. I missed Adam’s phone call, and his deadline, to contribute to the article. I agree with what he…
Working at Qandidate.com the free recruitment software is fun. We love to work at a recruitment software start-up.This is our 5th blog post in our meet the team - series. Today we introduce you Sander. Sander is one of the senior developers within the team. Meet Sander.
When discussing the difficulties recruiters have with finding great candidates for their roles, a common theme that I see, that they pay little attention.
Data tells a story. A story of what is really happening with your recruiting, but often it is buried deep, and spread about in different places, scattered across the internet.The challenge now for recruiting teams is to find ways to mine this data, and translate it in to something useful. From a technology point of […]
Second summer release Qandidate.com now available. We are pleased to announce that we have launched our second release for the summer. Qandidate.com is one of the fastest growing free recruitment solution and has welcomed more than 1250 companies since the launch in February 2013.
The state of PC sales shows that you are missing the boat by not putting job seeker technology to use in your mobile recruiting efforts.
As CEO of a marketing company, I have the opportunity to work with clients large and small to implement LinkedIn-based, employee-first social media programs.
In my last blog post, I wrote about the unfair advantages good-looking people experience in the workplace, and a new website looking to capitalize on them.
In the ecosystem of online recruitment products & services, there’s been a lot of buzz around the use of smart phones for job search. But true innovation in mobile for recruitment has been pretty pretty lacking. Here’s seven “blue sky” ways we might use Mobile to connect to talent in the future.
In its latest study of social recruiting TweetMyJobs determined that one of every three job seekers are using social media as their primary job-search tool, and two of every three employers will be growing their social recruiting efforts.
You need to hire somebody smart but different than youand cheap. The first step Turn inward.
Some businesses leaders of previous generations have feelings of animosity towards the millennial generation, claiming that they are hard to work with, unmotivated, and just flat out different than any other generation in the workforce. This article ponders the question, “Why hire a millennial?”.