Talent Acquisition Leaders Gather for SRSC San Francisco
November 16, 2016 by Kara Mignanelli
San Francisco, CA - Social Recruiting Strategies Conference 2017 San Fran (#SRSC) returns to the bay area for the 5th year! SRSC offers best practices and case studies from talent acquisition industry leaders.
The 3-day conference, January 25-27th, offers social tools, case studies, leading metrics, and strategies for success in recruiting. Attendees…
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…
New Year, New Job Ads
December 09, 2015 by Crystal Miller
As we close out the year and prepare for a new one, there’s always talk of “new year, new you.” Diet tricks for people to lose bulk and beauty tricks to become more attractive run rampant this time of year. Naturally, I couldn’t help but think about some of the work that could stand to go into creating a more attractive Talent Acquisition program.…
A Case for Creating a Social Recruiting Culture
December 04, 2015 by Mike Roberts
Social recruiting is much easier said than done. But when its done right, it can make life easier for talent acquisition teams. Although sites like Twitter and LinkedIn may be far down on the source of hire list in 2015, more and more companies seem to be interested in and experimenting with social recruiting than ever before.
An Aberdeen study found…