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Perfect Social Media Plan For This Hiring Season

Have you prepared a social media marketing plan for your business? Then better do it now and be prepared for the next hiring season. A perfect social media strategy is the perfect combination of content, focused business goals, and type of audience. To get benefit from social media, you need to build a proper plan…
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Indeed – The leading Job Search Engine for recruiters

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored article 😉 Indeed is the number 1 job search engine, in the recruitment space. It is an efficient and comprehensive job search engine for both employers and employees. Started way back in November of 2004 by Rony Kahan and Paul Foster, Indeed is an American based search engine that…
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Job Search Engines: How to get your jobs listed

The idea of any job posting is to attract relevant talent that is skilled and efficient.  If no one sees a job posting then it becomes redundant. A job search engine essentially aggregates various job postings across different job boards and company career pages, in order to provide a single destination for job seekers. Job…
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Job Search Engines: What are they really ?

There is much debate about the efficiency of job boards in today’s day and age. Are you receiving any quality results from creating an account and uploading your resume on to these job sites? Or instead, do you just receive spam mail and calls for offers nowhere close to what you’re looking for. Are your…
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Recruiting Millennials : Pointers For Grabbing Them Young and How!

Millennials are the current generation of employees who are swathing the market. They are not only the majority of the current workforce, but they are also one of the most dynamic and connected employees. Millennial workers are like no other generation in the workforce. The 53.5 million 18 to 34-year-olds searching for jobs today are…
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5 Myths About Millennials That Need To Go

Millennials are the latest phenomenon in today’s world. Their influence in global markets and even in the workplace is undeniable. This digitally native generation has surpassed even Generation X to become the largest demographic cohort to exist. Millennials have been raised in a socially networked world, and being the most diverse they have been considered…
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Recruiting Millennials: How to retain them?

For a business one of the biggest challenge is integrating the baby boomers generations’ workforce with the millennials. As the millennials are becoming one of the biggest workforces currently recruiters need to figure out ways to overcome the ongoing myth about the millennials that they are the bunch who tend to “job hop” a lot.…
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Target Passive Candidates: Through Eye Catching Content

  Once upon a time, there was a company with a great work culture and Monday mornings became less gloomy. See, who doesn’t love a good story. Knowing this is half the problem solved. One of the biggest challenges recruiters face today is attracting candidates – passive candidates more so because they’re not even actually…
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Target Passive Candidates- Utilising Your Current Employees

  Passive candidates are the employees who are actively working and not necessarily looking for a job currently. However, these candidates are the best choices for job descriptions which require some specific skills set. So if you are looking for someone who ticks all the boxes you should consider attracting the attention of passive candidates.…
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Target Passive Candidates : By Humanizing Communication

  Swarms of candidates may fall in line for that job position that is now up for grabs. But you’re looking for someone different. Someone with the right amount of experience and who isn’t going to up and leave at the sight of better monetary gain.  While active job seekers are banging on the doors…
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