Posts tagged with ‘changes in recruitment’

Mobile strategy in 2014

mobile-strategyMobile strategy is the hot topic of the moment. Candidates are doing it. Clients are doing it. Competitors are most certainly doing it. Although this is not brand new technology for 2014, this year it is predicted there will be a surge in its use and therefore you need to keep up with the technology to stay ahead in the.
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The path from agency to in-house recruiter

agency-in-house-2If you love recruitment you may be tempted to follow the path from agency to in-house recruiter. Although most HR generalists recruit, some organisations find it makes commercial sense to bring expert recruitment skills in-house. It’s a well-beaten path; if you are employed as an agency consultant you work closely with HR departments who will quite naturally spot you for new.
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Recruiting basics: Old vs the new

old-vs-newTransport yourself back to a time when eager young recruitment professionals spent hours trawling through piles of CVs and narrowing down candidates in face-to-face interviews. It may sound prehistoric to some of you, but this was the recruiting basics only a few years ago. Let’s face it, the industry has been moving fast and today’s high-fliers are out-geeking teenagers with the amount.
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5 things that mobile could change for recruiters in 2014

mobile-changesIn what feels like an incredibly long recession, finally 2014 is looking to bring a much needed ray of sunshine. Indeed, the IRP predicts market “acceleration” and therefore serious growth. Pressures on margins still remain, and competition – it will come as no surprise – is still white hot. Recruiters need to pull out all the stops to remain ahead.
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New Year’s RECsolutions – shaking bad recruitment habits

bad-recruitment-habitsHello 2014… It’s a brand new year… the economy is slowly moving, jobseekers are on the increase and for the on-the-ball recruiter everything is up for grabs. Take note, that as business gets perkier, there’ll be no room for bad recruitment habits or lazy consultants who cut corners. The good news is that if you sharpen up your act now, you’ll.
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New Year’s RECsolutions – traditional recruitment

Recsolutions-traditionOnline recruitment methods are fast, efficient and here to stay – all of which is welcome. No-one can deny that the Internet has made every recruiter’s job easier. Nowadays, you can check out candidates on social media sites such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, or source them via LinkedIn. If you’re really geeky, you can even assess job-seekers via emailed psychometric.
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New Year’s RECsolutions – social media

RECsolutions-social-mediaOver the past 12 months, social media has continued to be the big trend in recruitment and much has been written about its power to make recruiter’s lives easier as well as massively extend the pool of talent available to them and their clients. Indeed, according to a recent study by US recruiting technology provider Jobvite, 94% of recruiters use.
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Recruiting at Christmas

recruiting-at-xmasDecember is a time for eating too much and having fun; it has never been a time for whipping up a recruitment drive. But rather than winding down, it is fast becoming a gold mine for those consummate professionals who choose to keep recruiting at Christmas. And this applies to all types of business. Even though retail powerhouses like Amazon and.
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Is this really the golden age of recruitment?

golden-ageUndeniably, technology has changed the face of modern day recruiting. Companies and recruitment agencies are actively using a wide variety of methods to find and attract applicants. These range from online job boards and social networking sites, to Facebook and mobile apps. However, in some cases, employers are able to passively recruit by simply posting jobs on their corporate websites and.
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Does Twitter actually help your recruitment process?

How many recruiters and candidates out there use Twitter as a job hunting tool? The answer is surprisingly few. Many Twittter users see it primarily as a tool to market themselves, rather than a way to link with a vast pool of untapped candidates. Part of this is down to the profile that Twitter has within the media and the perception.
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