Employee referrals are much more important, but still remain a (relatively) low priority for human resources departments. Recruitment through human resources departments have traditionally been from a variety of sources used to find skilled candidates. Most of the time recruiters would consider potential employees in a pool of possible applicants through career sites and jobContinue reading “Employee Referrals: Mining Recruitment Gold”
Need to hire an employee fast? Social media has straightforward, effective and inexpensive (or FREE) ways to reach out to qualified candidates. More than 90 percent of companies are using social media to find new employees, according to a recent Jobvite study. The most popular: Twitter and Facebook and LinkedIn. If you’re up to the challenges presented by recruitment, hereContinue reading “Four No-Fail Social Media Hiring Tips”
After a lengthy job search, you may have learned the indispensable principle of hiring—it truly is who you know. Networking with professional contacts is essential for job seekers in any business. High unemployment has led to a business environment where a larger number of candidates are applying for every open position. With that in mind,Continue reading “The Value of Employee Referrals [Infographic]”
More Job Seekers Use Facebook to Find Work than LinkedIn, Twitter LinkedIn may the choice for professionals and Twitter may be gaining popularity, but Facebook is still the king of social media for job seekers, a new study shows. In 2012, 88 percent of job seekers have at least one social media profile, according toContinue reading “Facebook Tops For Job Seekers [Infographic]”
Is HR becoming the IT of the 21st Century? In business, change is unceasing. A sense of change is especially true in the field of modern human resources. As the HR profession changes, becoming high-tech and advanced, professionals must keep up by becoming technologically savvy—perhaps even with a hint of IT expertise.