TIPS FROM #SRSC AUSTIN: When Your Marketing Team Can’t Help Right Now (and Your Creative Content Can’t Wait)!
August 24, 2017 by Lauryn Sargent, Partner & Co-Founder, Stories Incorporated
A few weeks ago I attended the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference in Austin. In one of the earliest sessions, an audience member mentioned that marketing is often focused on consumer brand, not employer brand. How can she get started in recruitment marketing, without marketing help? At Stories Inc, we hear this everyday.
Although we’re getting…
The Ultimate Formula for a Perfect Social Recruiting Content Strategy
July 13, 2017 by Audrey Agot - Content Manager at KRT Marketing
Ask anyone, and they’ll tell you that content is important (king, even), especially when it comes to social recruiting. But what exactly is content, and more importantly, what makes for good content? How can you use content to reach and engage with passive candidates? These questions are often left unanswered, but here’s what I think makes up the perfect…
3 Steps for Building the Recruitment Content Calendar of Your Dreams
January 11, 2017 by Maren Hogan, Chief Marketing Brain, Red Branch Media
Digital content has taken over as one of the most effective ways to reach today’s job seeker. Job ads and social messages aren’t the only means of reaching today’s elusive candidates. Content, when strategically planned, developed and distributed can help lead today’s job seekers right into your ATS and help engage them throughout the hiring process.
The Recruiting Skills of Tomorrow, Today
January 13, 2016 by Kara Mignanelli
As a talent acquisition professional, you know the best recruiters have always been those that can quickly find candidates by using multiple sources.
Not sure what skills and proficiencies in social recruiting are most effective today? We caught up with SVP of CareerArc, Gary Zukowski to ask him just that!
#SRSC: How did you get into this…
Recruiter Assignment: Evolving Beyond the Requisition
December 17, 2015 by Andrew Gadomski
The more mature an organization’s data, the more sophisticated they can be with assigning recruiters and the more productivity they yield. When assigning work, if it's a struggle for an organization to get reliable data, then it is likely that they are assigning Recruiters by count of requisitions.
This is not incorrect, but how to evolve beyond the…