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8 Reasons the Magical World of the Internet Isn’t Getting you Candidates

August 23, 2016 Leah Daniels

Remember the good ole days when all you had to do was post a job in a newspaper? You paid by the word, got local candidates, and then hired one. The world of advertising was much simpler then. All employees worked in a single office, so location was the primary driver of determining your talent pool.  

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How Technology Can Play Cupid in the ‘Online Dating Game’ of Finding Great Candidates

August 10, 2016 Leah Daniels

This story begins, arguably with the creation of the classified section of the newspaper, then exacerbated by the creation of Monster and the duration-based online job posting. 

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The True Driver of Company Culture and Employee Engagement

August 04, 2016 Chris Forman

When people talk about company culture in the technology startup community, the discussion quickly segues to who has the best chef, the biggest company gym, or the coolest nap pod. It’s less about culture and more about WIFM.

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Key Recruitment Media Metrics to Track When Assessing ROI

July 29, 2016 Doug Taylor

Recruiters are masters of all trades. If only it was as simple as posting job ads and watching candidate’s flow in. In the past, there were few sources to manage—those were the days of help wanted signs in shop windows.

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How Programmatic Job Advertising Turns the Entire Web into Your Own “Help Wanted” Sign

July 26, 2016 Chris Forman

Online advertising has undergone a radical shift in the last 6 years. Rather than relying on teams of media buyers and analysts, most online advertising is now bought, placed, and optimized “programmatically”using “big data” and software.

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Recruitment Marketing: We've Entered the Second Wave

July 22, 2016 Rob Green

The second age of recruitment marketing is here. After years testing the original nascent ideas that came to market, the industry is now shifting to the prevailing models that have proved success, leaving less productive ones behind.

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Using your Company Culture to Attract Entry-Level and Hourly Employees

July 20, 2016 Leah Daniels

Most of us espouse corporate ideas and future plans that make great sense to everyone who is just like you and me...  assuming that you are a corporate, white collar worker, that is highly educated, in a salaried position, with focused career growth.

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