Via Business 2 Community: Employers may think they hold all the cards when it comes to interviewing job candidates, but they too can do things that will scare off would-be workers. That may not matter if it’s a low-level position the company is seeking to fill, but if its top talent the company is after, then interviewersContinue reading “7 Interview Mistakes That Scare Away Top Talent”
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You Won’t Believe Who is Tops in Social Media Recruiting!
Northrop Grumman and Taco Bell Rank as Best Performing Companies for Social Media Recruiting The best employers in America for social media recruiting are—Northrop Grumman and Taco Bell—according to a new survey designed to measure the effectiveness of online hiring. The Social Recruitment Monitor is what global branding agency Maximum Employment Marketing Group used toContinue reading “You Won’t Believe Who is Tops in Social Media Recruiting!”
Social Media Recruitment — 12 Reasons Why It Is Worth Your Time
Today, social media not only affects the majority of our personal lives, but also transforms ways to conduct business. Now the age-old problem of finding new talent has changed. It is been brought into a new, exciting time through social media recruitment. Every business, no matter what size, can benefit from social media recruitment. ItContinue reading “Social Media Recruitment — 12 Reasons Why It Is Worth Your Time”
Twitter the Place to Land New Jobs/USA TODAY
by Bruce Horovitz, USA TODAY Updated: 02/17/2013 08:24am Out: résumés. In: tweets. Several tech-forward marketing companies are going where few have gone before: they’re ditching the résumé and the conventional job interview process for tweets. A simple tweet or two — sometimes called Twitterviews — can lead to a job. In a nation where unemploymentContinue reading “Twitter the Place to Land New Jobs/USA TODAY”
A Great Resume: Broad Skills or Specific Talent?
On a job search, is it better to be adequate in a range of skills, or a pro in just one? Creating a strong brand—through well-written resumes—can be an invaluable tool. However, for years we were taught to craft resumes as a generalist, showing the candidate as someone ideal for a broad range of opportunities.Continue reading “A Great Resume: Broad Skills or Specific Talent?”