Targeted Hiring and Design

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Your company has to prepare to fight competitively for in-demand talent. Create attractive packages, development opportunities, and interesting work challenges to attract highly skilled candidates. Whether you’re looking to hire women, new college grads, scientists, veterans, or international hires, learn how you can develop a targeted recruiting strategy to easily attract the candidates you need.

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Driving Recruitment and Diversity Success

Keynote Video | Presented By: Nadine White | Published: December 17, 2014
Diversity and inclusion has been a topic in HR circles for many years, but it is only now beginning to get the business backing it deserves. More than checking a box, diversity and inclusion has shifted to a business imperative and a method to ... Read more
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Want a Job? Play a Game.

Keynote Video | Presented By: Lori Hawthorne | Published: December 17, 2014
RazorFish recently announced the first-ever mobile game recruiting app, CodeUp, to connect with one of the most elusive talent segments today: software engineers. In this HCI keynote video, Lori Hawthorne of Razorfish explains how this leading ... Read more
Article

3 Power Plays towards Power Recruiting

Article | Published: December 15, 2014
Power Recruiting leverages today’s mobile, social, and video technologies, coupled with modern marketing techniques to attract and engage the best candidates. A Power Recruiting strategy needs an innovative talent acquisition ... Read more
Blog

Two Opportunities for Job Seekers & Employers This Holiday Season

Blog | Author: Indeed Research | Source: HCI | Published: December 9, 2014

Whether ramping up for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday or Cyber Monday, retailers of all kinds are anticipating good tidings from holiday shoppers this season.

The National Retail Federation predicts retail sales in November and December to increase 4.1% from last year, a total of $616.9 billion — the first year-over-year gain greater than 4% since 2011. In response, businesses are planning to hire between 725,000 and 825,000 seasonal retail employees for the holidays.

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