Imagine that Chris wants to buy a house and needs a mortgage.
Some companies swear by their database. If they happen to have a candidate’s resume, CV, or profile “somewhere” on file, then they don’t consider them a new candidate. They think they OWN the data like it’s locked up in a Kentucky safe with a list of 11 herbs and spices.
What does it feel like where you work? What about on your team?
The trade association for the world’s job boards is changing its name, broadening its scope, and opening its membership to practically every vendor in the HR tech space, so long as talent acquisition is a part of the company’s products or services.
By Eric B. Meyer
Looking for a great app to invent? Think: recruitment.
By Eric B. Meyer
Editor’s Note: There’s a new SourceCon Challenge Winner for 2015! We’re excited to welcome Kerri to the elite ranks of the SourceCon Challenge winners (we will be refreshing the SourceCon Challenge Wall of Fame in the next few weeks so stay tuned). This is Kerri’s first blog post since winning the challenge in Dallas. Kerri has only been […]
Seen your Whos Viewed Your Profile lately? We just noticed a new piece of information that males that section a little more interesting. They are now telling users where that person who clicked…
If youâre a small business looking to hire talent for a niche job or a position for which it is otherwise difficult to find applicants, or if youâre just looking for an alternative to posting on the most popular boards, Jobmaster will help you learn your options.
This three part series covers the core elements of behavior management for talent engagement. In the first part, the theory behind behavior management is reviewed. In the second installment, a road map for the initial stages of engagement will be shared, and the third part you’ll see how to use behavior management to attract and engage […]
My post last week about various publisher earnings stirred up quite a frezy. The voices behind J2C chimed in with some additional details about their own
When you start looking for a good job, you are probably advised by experts to create your profile on LinkedIn. Well not all of you are doing it right. Learn from these rookie Linkedin mistakes to increase your chances of getting hired.