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Talent Pulse 2014: Talent Acquisition HCI Signature Research Survey Now Open

Blog | Author: David O'Connell | Source: HCI | Published: 1 day ago

Social media has changed the game of recruiting. With the majority of organizations utilizing Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, connecting with candidates has never been easier. But are companies effectively using social media to find talent, or are they too overwhelmed to handle applicant traffic? Beyond the “big three” social networks, how are companies using social media to find the best talent?

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What Can HR Learn from the Marketing Team?

Transparency is key when building relationships with potential candidates.  Today’s candidates expect a consumer-like experience when applying, and the brand’s reputation can attract or turn off candidates before an application ... Read more
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10 Free Ways to Boost Your Hiring Success

Article | Published: April 11, 2014
With all the recruiting technology, sourcing alliance partners, employment branding programs, and subscriptions or licenses available to recruiting teams nowadays, you’d think that budgets would be expanding to include many of ... Read more
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Your Candidates Are Trapped

Blog | Author: Jed Hamilton | Source: HCI | Published: April 8, 2014

I lost my passport a few years ago. It sucked. As I was due to fly to India for a friend’s wedding in less than two weeks, it really, really sucked. I panicked. I looked everywhere, or so I thought, and came up with nothing. I was so mad at myself because I had the passport the last time I traveled internationally, and where oh where could it have gone in those short six months between trips? 

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Candidates in Tears? We Should be Ashamed of Ourselves!

Article | Author: Michele Ellner | Source: Montage Talent | Published: April 4, 2014
I'm usually not an eavesdropper. But recently I lingered in an aisle at Target just to hear more of a random shopper's mournful job-seeking story. It's an occupational requirement that I stay in tune with the job candidate so I ... Read more
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