It’s no secret that employee referrals often lead to great hires. Now more then ever, talent acquisition professionals are investing in their referral programs to generate more qualified employee referred candidates for their job openings. Of all departments within an organization, sales seems the most ripe for this approach. After all, good sales people likely Read more about Using Employee Referrals to grow your sales team[…]
In this age of social media, organizations of all sizes are starting to think very carefully about how to approach social media as it relates to their employees, both in how their employees represent the company brand through their personal channels, and how they represent themselves as it relates to the company.
There’s a fine line between controlling your company brand and giving employee’s freedom to express themselves, but it’s a line company leaders need to consider and pay attention to. And it’s not just what employees tweet, post on Facebook or upload to Instagram that matters. What your employees do in both the physical and digital worlds says a lot about your company, whether you like it or not. […]
Regardless of your line of work, whether its driving a truck, cooking food in a restaurant, preparing tax returns, writing software, stocking shoes – you probably can list off the top of your head 3-5 companies you’d love to work for. Create a list of the top companies you want to work for, just off the top of your head, if you can think of that many. If you can’t, don’t fret, because quickly you’ll have a list of plenty to choose from. […]
When preparing to advertise a new job opening on the web, most recruiters turn to one of the many popular job boards, or job board syndication services like ZipRecruiter, to post their opening. This is a tried-and-true method of attracting candidates, with varying results. If you have some time, you may want to experiment with Read more about 5 Steps for Advertising a Job Opening with Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn Ads[…]
There are obvious reasons to get employees sharing job openings at your company through their personal and professional networks. First off, it’s a great way to attract candidates that could become referrals (after the interested candidate has been vetted by the referring employee, of course.) It also helps establish your employer brand and give prospective Read more about Employees Sharing Job Openings Through Social Media as a Marketing Tactic?[…]