Facebook and Google Takes Online Recruitment to the Next Level
Facebook and Google run the world. If they want to get into recruitment marketing, would you bet against them? Facebook has over two billion active users, while Google seemingly has its footprint in everything these days. Now they have entered the recruiting industry aiming to make a major play at the traditional recruiting sites.
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5 Ways Employee Referral Programs Can Boost Recruitment in a Job-Seeker’s Economy
In May 2019, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the U.S. unemployment rate remained level at 3.6%, with employment increasing in both professional and business services as well as healthcare.
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Before You Take Your Next Job in Recruiting—the Questions to Ask and Why
Recruiters know — better than anyone on the planet (except perhaps for journalists and a handful of other professionals) — the importance of asking questions. It’s that necessary step in every interview when they hand the proverbial mic over to the candidate to see what they want to learn about the job.
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Recruitment and Selection Challenges of the Modern Day
Recruitment and Selection are the two different processes which are followed in the organizations. The main differences between these two are as follows Recruitment: Overall process of defining jobs profiles and inviting applicants.
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THE CANDIDATE BIBLE: NURTURE YOUR EXISTING DATABASE FOR MORE HIRES.
If you’re struggling to place candidates, we’re going to give you some tips on how to nurture your database to start placing more candidates, more frequently using inbound recruitment.
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