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Are You Making these 5 Common Job Description Mistakes?

When job seekers scour the internet for a new job listing, they’ll be strongly influenced by each individual job description. They’ll search for keywords related to the jobs they’re interested in and click on job titles that grab their attention, so if you’re making several of the most common job description mistakes, you could be…Read More


Employee Perks vs. Company Culture: Which Attracts Candidates?

During the job search process, what key points make a job stand out to job seekers? Sometimes it’s the job description, the annual salary or the prestige of the brand. Other times, it’s about the company’s reputation as an employer or the perks known to come along with the job. When it comes to employee perks…Read More


Creating Effective Talent Pools

Talent acquisition professions are consistently pressured to hire faster, reduce costs and improve ROI. When you have a short timeline to find and hire a new employee, your options may be limited and it could be difficult to find the right person for the job. Instead of resorting to desperation hiring or making a bad…Read More


How to Use A/B Testing in Talent Acquisition

As a marketer, I live by the rules of A/B testing or split testing. I once had a boss whose favorite saying and best advice was “ABT: always be testing,” and now that marketing tactics continue to creep into recruiting strategies, this saying is just as true for talent acquisition as it is for marketing.…Read More


Add these Recruiting New Year’s Resolutions to your List

Welcome to the new year! Everyone has been incredibly excited for 2017 to arrive, and now that it’s here, it’s time to decide what your goals will be for the year. No matter your role, it’s good to have goals in mind for the year, and New Year’s resolutions are the common way to make…Read More


How to Turn Job Offers into Acceptances

You finally found the right candidate. After weeks of searching and dozens of interviews, you discovered one candidate was perfect for the job, so you extend them an offer with the expectation that they’ll gratefully accept. What if they decline? Any HR professional understands the frustration of a candidate declining a job offer and having…Read More


Why Facebook Should be your Next Recruitment Network

If you’re like the average American, you probably have a Facebook account. If you’re with a company (even a one-person organization), you probably also have a Facebook account, and if you don’t, you should. According to Jobcast, about 66% of companies use Facebook as a recruiting network, compared to the 93% that use LinkedIn. While…Read More


Boost Candidate Experience with Video Interviews

Surely we’ve all experienced the disappointment of not being considered for a job we applied for. Submitting applications can be time consuming, and we often have hope that we’ll hear back from the organization and never receive a call or email. While it’s understandable that businesses cannot respond to every single person who applies, this…Read More


3 Simple Ways to Optimize LinkedIn Recruiting

Today, about 94% of recruiters use LinkedIn to vet candidates, and 48% of them focus only on LinkedIn for social outreach. Because job board websites attract only those actively looking for a new job, LinkedIn is a great website for locating passive candidates and developing relationships with them by connecting an sharing content. When using…Read More


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Are You Making these 5 Common Job Description Mistakes?
Employee Perks vs. Company Culture: Which Attracts Candidates?
Creating Effective Talent Pools
How to Use A/B Testing in Talent Acquisition
Add these Recruiting New Year’s Resolutions to your List
How to Turn Job Offers into Acceptances
Why Facebook Should be your Next Recruitment Network
Boost Candidate Experience with Video Interviews
3 Simple Ways to Optimize LinkedIn Recruiting