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Both corporate and agency recruiters are faced with the same dilemma: How do we get candidates to pay attention and respond to our email messages? Here are three of my tried and true tips and tricks.
Technology is not done changing the way we source and hire candidates. Talent advisors need to think strategically, from the moment they are handed an open requisition to the second they close the deal.
As a talent advisor, you've worked hard to earn your position of credibility. Here is why technologies like semantic search and job forecasting technologies are critical within talent acquisition.
When a position opens up, 72 percent of employers say they first look at internal resources — including ATS, talent community/network, referrals — before posting a job, according to CareerBuilder's 2015 Candidate Behavior study.
Finding your next great hire doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, it can even be easy. Instead of relying on your run-of-the-mill job ad or outdated career page to attract interested applicants, hiring professionals need to adopt new, creative ways to keep the applications coming in. Here are four ways to spend less time sourcing talent, and more time attracting and hiring great people.
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