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LeoForce and Haley Marketing are partnering to bring you this this one hour webinar in which we will walk through the keys to having an efficient and effective social media marketing strategy.
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Are online job boards the best source for hires? According to LinkedIn Talent Solutions’ 2015 Global Recruiting Trends Report, that seems to be the case
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A lot of the arguments against social recruiting revolve around the large time investment to social strategy and the skepticism of whether or not those hours invested pay off.
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As the staffing industry continues its shift to being more mobile, it’s becoming increasing clear that it is for good reason. There are several mobile recruiting products that have popped up recently with plenty of other existing solutions that have been altered to be mobile-friendly that are helping to drive this movement
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Recruiting has been shifting to become more of a marketing-centric approach and continues to do so. The prominence of social recruiting has a lot to do with this as well as the general principles of attracting a target audience
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New technologies have arrived on the HR scene, and the benefits are numerous. In The New York Times
article “Can an Algorithm Hire Better Than a Human?”
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You’ve heard that Google uses automation technology to create cars that drive themselves, and we’ve told you that similar technology is used in the staffing industry to recruit job candidates without human input. But automation technology has entered yet another industry, and this one might surprise you: journalism.
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There is one question that always runs through the candidate’s mind when considering a job opportunity: can they picture themselves working at your company? In order to answer this question, it’s better to show your candidate, rather than tell them. This is why recruiting videos have become an increasingly important tool for HR
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It’s no secret that the United States is lagging behind other countries when it comes to paid time off for new parents. In fact, the U.S. is one of only three countries surveyed by the United Nations that doesn’t guarantee paid leave for mothers—Oman and Papua New Guinea are the other two countries.
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On this lovely Friday afternoon, we wanted to share some food for thought with our fellow recruiters and HR professionals.. The video below is one of the few TED Talks that pertains to the recruiting and HR industry, and Rainer Strack, senior partner and managing director at Boston Consulting Group, provides some fascinating insights to the future of our labor force
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Employee engagement, talent acquisition, onboarding, corporate cultural fit…working in the industries of recruiting and human resources comes with the use of a lot of jargon
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The end of September and beginning of October made for an extremely busy week in our office, and we’re sure it did for many of you as well. For that reason, we present you with another Recruiting Roundup of the week’s top HR, recruiting, and staffing articles–in case you missed them the first time around!
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Recruitment automation platform save recruiters up to 60 percent of their time each day so they have more time to focus on candidates—or on their holiday plans! Arya customers across the country are looking forward to spending quality time with their loved ones over a nice Thanksgiving meal.
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An employer brand is how employees, customers, potential job candidates and the general public perceive the company. Recruiters haven’t traditionally had a say in employer branding—that’s more of a marketer’s job
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Recruiters have been arguing for years about whether or not hiring overqualified candidates is a good recruiting decision. The fact of the matter is, both sides have valid points. Let’s explore some of the disadvantages and benefits that can come along with hiring an overly experienced candidate.
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The start of a new year symbolizes a clean slate. Here are five New Year’s resolutions that every recruiter should make this year.
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It’s no secret that video interviewing is on the rise. Here are six questions to help you bring the two-dimensional candidate on your screen to life.