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Newsflash: You don’t have to go all Lady Gaga with your job postings to make them stand out to potential candidates. All you need are a few helpful tips to help spice yours up.
As part of CareerBuilder’s “HR Connect” monthly webinar series, Keith Hadley — practice leader, employment branding at CareerBuilder — and Renee Reid — client advocate lead at CareerBuilder — offered up tips to create job postings to help you attract and engage the candidates your company needs.
One thing Alec Baldwin, Kendall Jenner and James Franco have in common — besides questionable judgment and a LOT of free time, apparently — is they’re no strangers to pushing the boundaries on social media, intentional or not. Many job candidates find themselves in a similar predicament, except instead of ending up in tabloid headlines they lose out on their shot at employment.
It’s OK if you’re not keeping up with today’s trendiest hairstyles or the latest celebrity gym trends. But when it comes to keeping your career site competitive, you can’t afford not to sit up and pay attention.
who’s not living under a rock knows that integrating mobile recruitment into your overall recruitment strategy is an absolute must. Why? Consider that more than half of Internet usage in the U.S.
Congratulations — you’ve just written or come across your company’s 1,000th job posting and, like the Olsen twins, they’re no longer interesting and you simply can’t tell how one is any different from the other. If that sounds familiar, it may be time to spice up your job postings (and learn how to tell the Olsen twins apart) by drawing from CareerBuilder’s 20 years of research on job seeker behavior.
Selfies are proof that we, as a society,
are narcissists love to see ourselves on camera. But does that also extend to more professional endeavors, such as video interviews? More importantly, is it beneficial or a hindrance to hiring managers and recruiters?
Nearly 3 in 4 (74 percent) hiring managers and 3 in 5 recruiters say video interviews make their jobs easier, according to this infographic on online job interviews.
If you’ve ever wondered what the ideal candidate sourcing and screening process looks like, you’re not alone. Some of our executives have spent sleepless nights pondering and researching that very question so you don’t have to play a guessing game any more.
As part of CareerBuilder’s “HR Connect” monthly webinar series, Keith Hadley — practice leader, employment branding at CareerBuilder — and Bryan Fydryck — manager of sourcing solutions at CareerBuilder — offered up tips for candidate sourcing and screening.
Ever wonder if there’s a more time- and cost-efficient way to source and screen candidates?
(Of course you do. Is the Pope Catholic? Is the sky blue? Does Kim love Kanye?)
Good news! There is a better way to source and screen – and a new webinar from CareerBuilder will show you how.
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