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3 Signs Your Recruiting Strategy is Inefficient

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By Kira Federer on June 19, 2015

All recruiters, no matter the company size or industry, have one thing in common: it never stops. Between scheduling (and rescheduling) interviews, reminding your hiring managers to provide feedback, cleaning up your ATS and booking locations for upcoming recruiting events, …Read More

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The Hierarchy of Recruitment Content

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By James Ellis on June 10, 2015

Can we all agree that your job postings and job descriptions are no longer getting the job done? Applying for a new job is asking for someone to change their entire life, and the roughly 500-word list of requirements isn’t …Read More

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The Top 10 Things Recruiters Must Have with Them

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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

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Why You Have to Change Your Job Descriptions Now

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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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5 Reasons Your Job Postings Aren’t Working

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By Glassdoor Team on March 18, 2015

Today’s candidates are incredibly difficult to source. Traditional job boards focus on a “post and pray” strategy, where candidates have to search to find you and there’s no targeting in place. In contrast, today’s job boards are all about posting …Read More

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5 Dumb Things Recruiters Do

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By Marcus Dubois on March 2, 2015

Recruiting is the art of juggling candidates and then finding them a home. It’s no easy feat to manage the flow of applicants while maintaining the overall effectiveness of the talent acquisition process. The chances of making mistakes rise as …Read More

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Recruiter like Marketer: A/B Test Your Job Descriptions

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By Holland Dombeck on February 13, 2015

If you’ve read it in a blog post once, you’ve seen it re-tweeted, re-shared and re-posted 1000x: Recruiting=marketing. Or to some degree, recruiters should adopt elements of marketing into their strategy for continued success. The fine folks at Glassdoor allowed …Read More

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Writing a Job Description That Attracts the Ideal Candidates

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By Rieva Lesonsky on April 1, 2014

Sometimes “Help Wanted” ads work too well and you end up weeding through piles of irrelevant resumes from people not remotely qualified. Finding qualified employees is tough these days. You can make it easier by writing clear, detailed job descriptions. …Read More

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5 Job Description Fails That Scare Away Top Talent

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By Dave Brown on December 20, 2013

A friend of mine recently became frustrated with her job search when it came to job descriptions. “Every company wants 5+ years of experience,” she complained. “I only have three.” Frankly, this left me baffled. After all, everyone knows that companies …Read More

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6 Tips for Writing Effective Job Descriptions

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By Dave Brown on November 29, 2013

Writing an effective job description isn’t exactly rocket science, but there are some key things to keep in mind for maximum effectiveness. After all, your overarching goal is to attract high quality candidates and avoid those who need not apply. …Read More

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