These are interesting times. The coronavirus has made made a significant change to the way we work, do business and live our lives. So much transition is such a short period of time can be overwhelming, which is why we created the following free resource:
Since the beginning of 2017, drastic changes to the recruitment industry have been unveiled. With vast improvements to recruitment technology, and a new jobs titan Google entering the arena, tools that were previously considered industry standard are starting to fall behind market trends. One
With more than 500 million members in over 200 countries and territories, LinkedIn is no doubt one of the world’s largest social and professional networking sites, making it a great talent attraction channel to add to your recruitment marketing machine.
Let me first preface this article with this: Linkedin is a very effective recruiting tool. For many years it's been the go-to tool for recruiters and companies looking to hire talent, and at the moment, it still is. They've essentially killed the resume and put it online, amassing a large
Meme by Kerri Mills, who shared it in the SourceCon Facebook group. Much to the shock and disappointment of the recruiting and sourcing world, Linkedin has just announced today they have bought one of their competitors in the sourcing product category, Connectifier. I'm not
We’ve all heard it before: Personal branding is key to job search success. Hiring managers and recruiters are looking for information about candidates online, and when they can't, they are less likely going to select those candidates for a job opportunity. But did you know job candidates are