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What your Recruiting Style Says about You

Every recruiter will develop his or her own style over the course of their career, and that style may change according to trends in technology and relationships. While there’s no right or wrong way to create a recruiting style, different types of recruiting strategies achieve their goals in different ways. Think about it – are you…Read More


Why the Public Sector Should Hire More Millennials

As nearly half of the workforce is preparing to retire, millennials have taken over as the largest generation in the workforce. With some millennials entering their thirties, many are already settled in their careers, and others are still starting or completing college, just beginning their careers. Due to economic downturn, many baby boomer workers put off…Read More


Quick Ways to Improve Job Descriptions

For most job seekers, job titles and job descriptions are the main source of information when looking for a new job. Most job seekers actively search job board websites and social media to find available positions, but according to a report by TheLadders, job seekers only spend an average of 76 seconds looking at a job…Read More


3 Reasons Recruiting is like Pokemon Go

Unless you live under a rock, you’re probably aware of the phenomenon that is the mobile app Pokemon Go. It’s taken the world by storm and found itself at the center of many news stories, though not always positive ones. What you probably don’t know is that recruiting is like Pokemon Go. How, you ask? Gotta catch ‘em all! …Read More


Why Employee Referrals Should be Part of your Recruiting Strategy

Referrals are the number one impact on employee retention rates, increasing it to 46% compared to 33% for traditional online recruiting. Employee referrals are also the highest quality type of hire, performing better than any other recruiting sourced candidate. Although referrals only account for about 7% of applicants, they also account for 40% of total hires. More…Read More


What Makes a Strong Company Culture?

Today, job seekers consider company culture the same way they consider a salary or location. It’s more important than ever for employers to have a strong company culture not only for attracting top talent but for increasing employee engagement, productivity and retention rates. So what makes a strong company culture, and how do you begin creating…Read More


3 Benefits of Feedback Culture

A startling 65% of employees want more feedback. When employees do not receive feedback about their job performance, they become actively disengaged. According to an infographic by Officevibe, 69% of employees would be motivated to work harder if they believed their efforts were being recognized by their manager. Motivating employees keeps them engaged, happy and…Read More


Why Diversity Initiatives Fail and How to Fix Them with Video Interviews

Organizations around the country have strived to create diverse workforces over the years, and while many are achieving their goals, others are failing to implement successful diversity initiates. Although corporations have good intentions when implementing diversity programs aimed at increasing the amount of women and underrepresented minorities at the company, there are a few reasons why many…Read More


5 Cultural Fit Questions to Ask in an Interview

Studies show that happy employees are more likely to perform better. Seems logical, right? That enjoyment is often a result of a company’s culture, which determines company turnover rates, employee engagement and even profitability. When you’re hiring new employees, cultural fit is an important factor in not only extending a job offer but accepting one. The…Read More


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What your Recruiting Style Says about You
Why the Public Sector Should Hire More Millennials
Quick Ways to Improve Job Descriptions
3 Reasons Recruiting is like Pokemon Go
Why Employee Referrals Should be Part of your Recruiting Strategy
What Makes a Strong Company Culture?
3 Benefits of Feedback Culture
Why Diversity Initiatives Fail and How to Fix Them with Video Interviews
5 Cultural Fit Questions to Ask in an Interview