Are Counteroffers Hurting Your Business?

By Rieva Lesonsky on May 21, 2015

Is your small business is working hard to hold onto talented employees? If so, you may not be happy to hear about a recent survey, in which 20 percent of executives report the number of counteroffers their companies have made …Read More


The Top 10 Things Recruiters Must Have with Them

By Guest Contributor on May 20, 2015

The following article originally appeared on Bond. I love hitting the road in my RV. I like being able to stop when I want to enjoy the view at a scenic overlook or just sit and talk around a camp fire …Read More


Hiring Manager vs. Recruiter Relationships: Mind the Gap

By Analisa Franklin on May 19, 2015

Your business’ success depends on hiring the right candidates. As a hiring manager, the better aligned you are with your partner in recruiting, the more efficient and effective the process will be. A strong partnership is built on communication – …Read More


How to Retain Job Hopping Millennials

By Roberta Matuson on May 13, 2015

Executives ask me all the time why millennials job hop. Here’s what I tell them. Because they can. Being able to leave your job because you feel you can is actually a good thing. Here’s why. The millennials who choose …Read More


The Booming Benefits of Corporate Philanthropy

By Bill Keena on May 12, 2015

Guest contributor Bill Keena, Acclaris COO and CSR Executive Sponsor You may have read my colleague’s take on how to help employees get the most from healthcare open enrollment, but healthcare is just one of many important benefits for today’s …Read More


Why You Have to Change Your Job Descriptions Now

By Mallory Brown on May 8, 2015

Searching for a job can be incredibly monotonous. One formulaic job description after another — it’s enough to make one’s eyes glaze over. When it comes to job descriptions, having a “one size fits all” mentality simply won’t work. Here …Read More

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Why You Are Missing Great Job Candidates

By Glassdoor Team on May 7, 2015

If you’re a recruiter that’s measured on speed to fill open positions, then you probably already know that you’re in a game that puts a higher price on quantity and not as much on candidate quality. You may also be …Read More


Why Recruiting is Broken and How to Fix it

By Marcus Dubois on May 6, 2015

Talk to anyone trying to find a job, and you’ll hear the same old groans. “Job hunting is a black hole.” “This whole process is demoralizing.” “I feel like I’m spinning in circles.” It’s no secret that recruiting is broken. …Read More


Is Your Recruiting Team Doing These 7 Things?

By Kirsten Smith on May 5, 2015

Is your recruiting team doing enough to help your company win the war for talent? I’ve worked at companies prior to Glassdoor where the recruiting team seemed to be in a permanent reactive mode, and that’s always baffled me. While …Read More

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Are Recruiters Responsible for Quality of Hire?

By Glassdoor Team on May 1, 2015

Traditionally, recruiters have been measured on quantity —how many applicants they attract and how much time they take to fill open positions. But the value of a good recruiter goes far beyond these basic metrics. Recruiters aren’t valuable because they …Read More

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