Artificial Intelligence will change recruitment
Jun16

Artificial Intelligence will change recruitment

As we enter the age of robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), let’s get prepared to encounter innovation, disruption and new business models very similar to what happened when the internet caught fire and led to the creation of many different ways of doing things. The chat bot market which would be part of the overall AI business which was US$113 million in 2015 is projected to grow at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 27.8...

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What to Look for When Hiring a Recruiter
Jun13

What to Look for When Hiring a Recruiter

Nowadays, a recruiter has to manage diverse positions, where each requires a very specific set of skills and experience. To make things even worse (or better, from candidates’ perspective), now, candidates have access to a tremendous power given to them by the internet and social media. Powerful Candidates Now, anyone can very easily tweet and post a review on Facebook or Glassdoor of their experience at each stage of the recruitment...

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5 Quick HR Changes to Fix Millennial Staffing Woes
May15

5 Quick HR Changes to Fix Millennial Staffing Woes

These are incredibly tough times for hiring. And it’s compounded if you’re business tends to hire millennials, who are notoriously prone to turnover. Wouldn’t it be great if you could hold on to the good millennials you hire, and attract more great ones? You can. There are some changes you can make that can quickly help you hire more easily, keep your hires around longer, and do more with what you have. Tweaks to the way you do...

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Why You Should Hire on Social Media, and How to Make it Work
Apr28

Why You Should Hire on Social Media, and How to Make it Work

It used to be so much more of a pain in the butt to apply for jobs. Applicants had to get a newspaper, see what was available, update and print their resume, find out where the business was located, and get themselves there for each job. Now, employees can find a job by searching Twitter hashtags on their phone, apply by tapping their thumb on a button that turns their LinkedIn profile into a resume and go back to bingeing on their...

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The Simple Way to Screen Out Low Quality Candidates
Mar02

The Simple Way to Screen Out Low Quality Candidates

Easy application processes have caused employers to be flooded by low-motivation applicants and employees. Here’s how you can filter them out while attracting better talent.

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Drive Employee Engagement Through Personalized Learning
Feb22

Drive Employee Engagement Through Personalized Learning

How do you attract and retain top talent? To eliminate actively disengaged employees, companies are looking to re-strategize their employee engagement programs to attract and retain top talent. Take a look at these three ways you can leverage personalized learning to showcase your commitment to employee engagement Make it Mobile When you make your company’s learning material mobile-friendly, employees can easily access materials,...

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7 Talent Acquisition Tips To Get The Best Workers In 2017
Feb22

7 Talent Acquisition Tips To Get The Best Workers In 2017

Talent acquisition is an important component for most businesses. If you are looking to increase your talent pool in 2017, then there are certain steps that you should take and tips that you can follow. These will increase the likelihood that you take on and retain high-quality employees. You should certainly consider internal promotion as well as boomerang employees. However, most of your talent acquisition effort will be spent...

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Make your Employee Search Through LinkedIn More Efficient: 7 tips
Feb15

Make your Employee Search Through LinkedIn More Efficient: 7 tips

LinkedIn is to recruiting as a soda shop is to ice cream. It has evolved into a community of 330 million professionals that are looking for a job, wanting to advance their careers, or simply showing off. There is no other social media with that much educational and professional information about its members thereby making it a valuable resource for recruitment. However, with 83% of members willing, if not rearing, for new career...

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