By Luke Doubler In another blog, we told you why Instagram is the perfect platform to search for job candidates and how to utilize its features and what types of posts to create on your account. Now, we’re going to discuss how to attract potential job seekers and build your community on this highly engaging social network. This post would … Read More
By Luke Doubler Even though LinkedIn is most likely the first social media platform that pops into a recruiter’s mind, it’s not the only valuable resource to find potential candidates. If you haven’t thought about using Instagram as a recruiting tool yet, then you’re missing out on a lot of opportunities. Check out these amazing stats about Instagram: 1 billion … Read More
by Madelon Deming What does a recruiter do all day? What is the workload like? What kind of skills do they need? Whether you’re a company who hires recruiters to find people to work in your business and you’re curious what a recruiter does for you, or you’re a job seeker wondering what your recruiter does behind the scenes, or … Read More
by Madelon Deming In another blog post, we told you why it’s important to build strong relationships with candidates, now we’re going to show you HOW to build these strong relationships. As you work with job seekers and learn more about them, you’re also building trust and cultivating a relationship. This allows you to better understand their needs so you … Read More
by Madelon Deming No longer is recruiting only about filling job positions for companies. Now it’s about creating trust and long-term relationships with your clients and candidates, even when they don’t get hired. Why? Because having a long list of vibrant, talented candidates means you can meet the needs of your clients. “It is these relationships that will help you … Read More
Writing emails to candidates takes time, practice, and patience. You’re competing with possibly 100+ other emails that all land in a person’s inbox on any given day. You must stand out and grab their attention before they hit the “delete” button.