Month: August 2015

THE TOP 20 BRANDED HR & TALENT PROS: MEET Neil Morrison from Penguin Random House UK

Let’s face it – Fearful of the spotlight and conservative to a fault, HR pros generally aren’t the best examples to look towards when it comes to professional branding. Kris Dunn (Kinetix RPO, The HR Capitalist) and Tim Sackett (HRU Technical Resources, TimSackett.com) think that needs to change.  That’s why they created this series – The Top 20 Branded HR Pros(sponsored by the team at…

Performance evaluations earning negative reviews

"The conference session on blowing up the traditional performance review was standing room only," recalled David Niu, CEO of Seattle-based TINYpulse, a software tool for tracking employee sentiment through weekly one-question surveys. "One speaker …

How To Use LinkedIn For Social Media Marketing

With over 380 million registered users, LinkedIn is one the largest professional networks in the world. It can lead to a lot of engagement and provide you with a platform where you can share updates about your company, news, upcoming events and more.

Jobmaster app helps startups hire smarter

If you’re 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 you’re just looking for an alternative to posting on the most popular boards, Jobmaster will help you learn your options.

How to: Write Email Subject Lines That Work

This post originally appeared on SocialTalent.co. Coupons, daily deal sites, newsletters, password resets, lead nurturing emails, social media notifications, invitations to friends’ parties, and maybe even a few emails from their mum – these are just a few of the hundreds of emails that flood into your candidates’ inboxes every single day. That’s a lot to sift through, never mind actually open. So what makes…

Inside the Millennial Mind: The Millennial Manager – Part III

In my two previous posts, I shared ideas on attracting and retaining millennials. So your millennials have their feet under the desk, and many of them may be moving into a managerial or leadership role. A recent study from the Pew Research Center showed that millennials will surpass Boomers and Gen X in the workplace this year. But how should you adapt as they climb…