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You can upgrade your company’s recruiting strategy with a wide variety of innovative recruiting solutions. Interview candidates via video, reach new networks with social media and mobile technology, and gather data to discover the effectiveness of your talent acquisition efforts. Whether you need to find skilled talent or want to expand your talent pool, you can use technology to assist all of your recruiting strategies.

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Independent Contractor Compliance

White Paper | Source: MBO Partners | Published: 8 hours ago
Independent contractor use is on the rise – and so is the risk of engaging them the wrong way. The experts at MBOPartners have set up a comprehensive introduction to contractor compliance so you can leverage this workforce without ... Read more
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Maximize the Value of Your Blended Workforce

White Paper | Source: Peoplefluent | Published: September 26, 2014
That’s the unmistakable message of “Freelancing in America: Rise of the Contingent Workforce,” a thought- provoking article published recently on It cites a number of sources that confirm just ... Read more
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Healthcare Recruiting with Social Media

White Paper | Source: Work4 | Published: September 26, 2014
We know healthcare recruiters have challenges with recruiting today. As the Baby Boomers age and the affordable Care Act gives more people access to healthcare, the shortage of qualified healthcare professionals has become a big ... Read more

2014 HCI Talent Acquisition Innovation Forum

Video | Published: September 24, 2014
Keeping on top of the latest technologies and trends continues to challenge all key talent acquisition teams. As talent attraction become more competitive, you need to know the latest innovations in mobile,social recruiting and other technologies ... Read more
Get a Yes

4 Questions to Uncover Why You Aren’t Hearing “Yes”

Blog | Author: Michele Ellner | Source: HCI | Published: September 16, 2014

People decline job offers for numerous reasons. Many are beyond an organization’s control, but your hiring process isn’t one of them. If you’ve been rejected by candidates who could have made a positive impact on your organization, it’s time to look inward and examine your hiring process. You may need to make changes to this all-important talent acquisition workflow. We conducted an independent survey of 200 individuals who turned down a job offer in the last six months. About one-third agreed or strongly agreed that the reason they declined the job offer was primarily due to their experience during the hiring process. So even if you have focused on creating a superior hiring experience, it’s always a good idea to re-evaluate periodically with these types of questions:

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