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Posts Tagged ‘HR’

How to make Job Postings More Engaging…..

Comments Off on How to make Job Postings More Engaging…..Written on April 21st, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Top 10 ways to make your job postings more engaging, For successful Partnerships with hiring managers, recruiters must do these 4 things, 5 Way to build a personal brand that brings employers to you. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Top 10 ways to make your job postings more engaging: Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com’s weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. …Read More..

For successful Partnerships with hiring managers, recruiters must do these 4 things: Recruiters and hiring managers are like peanut butter and jelly – except when the peanut butter wishes the jelly would have told her about that master’s degree requirement before she posted the job.Okay, so the simile isn’t perfect, but the fact remains that recruiters and hiring managers would, in an ideal world, work in tandem to find and keep the very best hires. In order to find the best people to fill a role, recruiters need to tap into hiring managers’ knowledge and expertise. For hiring managers to keep holding down the fort and moving their teams forward, they need recruiters to listen when they are forthcoming with information. …Read More…

5 Way to build a personal brand that brings employers to you: Have you ever looked at the personal brands of celebrities like Oprah Winfrey or Tony Robbins and thought, “Yeah, it works for them, but I’m not successful enough to risk standing out like that!” Here’s the secret: A brand isn’t something you build once opportunity has landed in your lap. Rather, a brand is the engine that brings new opportunities your way. It fuels growth no matter what stage of your career you’re in – and perhaps most importantly, it separates you from the pack. The end result? You’ll be on the receiving end of a steady flow of new opportunities from employers and people who wish to do business with you. You may never have to hunt for a job again. …Read More

“Always make a total effort, even when the odds are against you.” – Arnold Palmer
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Getting Hired….

Comments Off on Getting Hired….Written on April 15th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. What employers want from millennials, Healthcare under pressure: hiring the next generation of workers, The introverts guide to getting hired, If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

What employers want from millennials: Millennials often enter the workforce at a disadvantage. Executives of previous generations sometimes perceive them as entitled or lazy because of their insistence on work/life balance, their penchant for coming at problems in non-traditional ways, or their optimistic expectations about climbing the corporate ladder. But the fact is millennials are the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, which means the corporate world will need to adapt to the younger generation just as much as the younger generation must adapt to the corporate world. …Read More…

Healthcare under pressure: hiring the next generation of workers: Healthcare recruiters don’t have it easy. They must find candidates who are intelligent, diligent, and compassionate professionals, all while trying to fill positions quickly and within budget. It’s not getting any easier: Demand for healthcare services is predicted to swell, driven in part by an aging baby boomer population and governmental attempts to increase access to health insurance. …Read More…

The introverts guide to getting hired: Introverts have long suspected, and research now confirms, that no matter how good you look on paper, you’re less likely to be hired if you can’t give a good interview. In a study published in The Journal of Psychological Science, people who listened to or watched (via audio recording or video) job candidates sell themselves in simulated interviews were more impressed with the candidates than people who read pitches from the same candidates. …Read More…

“ Your talent determines what you do, your motivations determines how much you are willing to do and your attitude will determine how well you do it. “ Lou Holtz

New Types of Sales Talent…..

Comments Off on New Types of Sales Talent…..Written on April 10th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. A the world of sales grows more complex, organizations need new types of sales talent, 5 things you need to remove from your resume in 2017, Technology sector seeks to fill recruitment gaps. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

A the world of sales grows more complex, organizations need new types of sales talent: As you know by now, the world of work has changed substantially in recent years, and it will only evolve more as major macroeconomic shifts like disruptive technologies and lower barriers to entry continue play out. However, our conversations about the changing nature of business rarely touch on how these changes impact specific roles and functions. The world of business is transforming – but what does that look like for the folks in the trenches, grinding out their day-to-day tasks? …Read More…

5 things you need to remove from your resume in 2017: Everyone agonizes over their resumes. We all worry that if it’s not perfect, we may not get a call from a recruiter. However, when you constantly gather feedback from peers and experts, you may end up making the job search too confusing before you even start. Ultimately, you only want to consider one thing when you write your resume: the reader. The reader isn’t the evil applicant tracking system that throws out your resume according to some algorithm. The reader is a real, live person. Your task is to make it easy for them to understand what you do and what your accomplishment are in 1-2 pages. …Read More..

Technology sector seeks to fill recruitment gaps: Things can change overnight in the tech sector, and savvy companies must stay on top of shifting trends or risk becoming irrelevant. Adapting to recruitment challenges enables companies to attract top talent, while businesses that fail to keep a finger on the pulse of the industry’s workforce might find themselves scraping the bottom of the proverbial barrel. The tech sector is currently facing a sizable skills gap, and probably always will. Technologies are developed at such a fast pace that companies require workers to have skills that aren’t necessarily being taught yet in colleges. Even more so than other verticals, technology companies need to recruit the best talent because they need workers who are adaptable and capable of learning new skills. …Read More…

“ Hard work turns to positive outcome and success” Ali

Using Video As A Retention Tool For Recruiters……..

Comments Off on Using Video As A Retention Tool For Recruiters……..Written on April 3rd, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Using video as a recruitment and retention tool, 5 tools to boost up your quality hire in 2017, 3 ways recruiters can reduce turnover in the healthcare industry. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Using video as a recruitment and retention tool: At many companies, there is a disconnect between workers on the ground and the C-suite. To workers at the bottom of the corporate ladder, executives often come across as distant leaders who don’t understand the problems and needs of those who keep the operation running. To executives, criticism from the lower rungs can seem like little more than vague complaints from workers who can’t see the big picture. In order to build a more cohesive corporate culture, executives must find ways to connect with their existing workforces and their prospective hires. While meeting regularly with each employee face to face for this purpose isn’t practical, there is another way: video. …Read More…

5 tools to boost up your quality hire in 2017: Big data, artificial intelligence, automation, video technology: These are just some of the topics that recruiting leaders are talking about today. Individually, they all stand to impact the recruitment sector in profound ways over the coming years. Collectively, they can also be used to improve one of the most important metrics in recruitment – quality of hire. At industry events and in recruitment publications, improving quality of hire is a goal that’s gaining momentum. It’s being talked about more, and we increasingly feel we’re developing the technologies to address this challenge. …Read More…

3 ways recruiters can reduce turnover in the healthcare industry: HR professionals in the healthcare industry have a crisis on their hands: the spiraling turnover problem among nurses. More than 17 percent of new nurses leave their jobs after just one year. After three years, that percentage jumps to 43 percent – a staggering figure, considering that the total national voluntary turnover rate for all industries is just 11.6 percent. Nurses are essential to any healthcare organization’s success, which makes the high turnover rate among this group extremely alarming. Nurses are healthcare providers’ first lines of defense against patient dissatisfaction. They’re the ones greeting sick people, attending to their harried calls, checking vitals, and providing a soothing presence ahead of complex procedures. …Read More..

“ Hard work turns to positive outcome and success” Ali

In Recruiting Company Size Matters???….

Comments Off on In Recruiting Company Size Matters???….Written on March 27th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Deloitte finds HR Departments struggle to keep pace with digital revolution, 4 things recruiters don’t take as seriously as you do, In recruiting, Company size matters. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Deloitte finds HR Departments struggle to keep pace with digital revolution: The digital revolution that began in the mid-20th century shows no signs of stopping. In fact, it only appears to be gaining speed. The development of new technologies and solutions happens now at a rate that’s often unsettling for those in the business world. Human resource professionals need to keep pace with these constant shifts or risk losing the ability to appear competitive to top talent. …Read More….

4 things recruiters don’t take as seriously as you do: As an active job seeker, you’ve probably experienced your fair share of job search frustrations. Looking for the right opportunity can itself be a pain, but then there are all those people out there spewing information on “job search best practices.” Many of these self-proclaimed experts, college career counselors, and career coaches tell you that you have to do certain things in order to land the job of your dreams. …Read More…

In recruiting, Company size matters: Many hiring managers look outward when evaluating potential candidates: Does this person have the skills or experience I need? While this is an important consideration, it’s only half of the equation. Finding great talent is about identifying the right match. Not only does a candidate need to meet your requirements, but your company also has to make sense for them. …Read More…

“A highway to success is the result of hard work” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

For Hire….

Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. 7 Must have skills for a b2b tech Services firm Marketing Team, The predictive Indicators of Leaders with high potential, 5 things you need for a successful Mindset. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

7 Must have skills for a b2b tech Services firm Marketing Team: When it comes to effectively marketing professional services, many technology services firms find the process of building a strategy significantly easier than deploying that strategy. That is because even the simplest, most straightforward marketing strategy requires a wide range of skills to execute. So, what are the requisite skills for marketing a tech services firm effectively? What skills should you be looking to add to your team? …Read More…

The predictive Indicators of Leaders with high potential: In recent years, the “9-box” has become a nearly universal template for identifying high potential (“hipo”) leaders, thanks in part to its highly publicized usage at GE under CEO Jack Welch in the 1990s. However, this template provides absolutely no guidance on how to define “high potential.” Most organizations define it as “the potential to reach a certain level (e.g., vice president) within a specific time frame (e.g., five years)”, but that definition is not helpful to smaller companies that have few management layers. Also, most organizations have difficulty differentiating genuine hipos from those who are solid performers but have limited potential to succeed in bigger, more complex roles …Read More… .

5 things you need for a successful Mindset: What’s the biggest difference between those who succeed and those who don’t? Mindset. It’s a small thing, but it is also the primary factor driving your feelings of self-worth, competence, and confidence. Make no mistake: The most successful people have it, and if you intend to ascend to those coveted ranks, you’re going to need it, too. Are you willing to do the work to elevate your mindset and achieve uncommon success? …Read More…

“When you have a goal accomplish it, is the best highway to success. George Allen Sr.

Employee Training & Development

Comments Off on Employee Training & DevelopmentWritten on March 1st, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Why competition isn’t always great work[place motivator, The best way to apply for out of state jobs. Why it is critical to invest in employee training and development, 3 Reasons candidates are rejecting your job offers. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Why competition isn’t always great workplace motivator: Does employee competition have a place in the office? Depends on whom you ask. Proponents of competitive work environments say that competition provides a necessary challenge that pushes employees beyond their comfort zones. Opponents argue that competition puts undue stress on employees and fosters negative feelings among team members. While some top performers may thrive on competition, their opponents have a valid point. Competition isn’t good for everyone. In fact, according to the book Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing, 25 percent of employees wilt under competition and another 25 percent aren’t affected by it one way or the other. …..Read More…

Why it is critical to invest in employee training and development: Henry Ford allegedly once said, “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.” This statement, regardless of who its true author may be, will never lose its relevance. There is no manager who doesn’t want highly skilled specialists on their team. Unfortunately, a lot of these very same managers consider professional development to be the employee’s concern, not the company’s. ….Read More…

3 Reasons candidates are rejecting your job offers: You’ve done it! You’ve found the incredible candidate who is going to be your next, great hire. Now, you’re ready to make an offer. Oh, happy day! You pick up the phone, but the candidate is at work. So you leave a message. And follow it up with an email. And wait. And … nothing? No response. Or worse – a big, fat “no.” What happened? How did the perfect candidate elude your grasp? In their haste to hire the best and brightest, recruiters and hiring managers sometimes forget that candidates are choosy, too – especially in today’s economic climate, with about 2 million jobs being added every year. Wages are up, and the economy is stronger than it has been in ages. Candidates – especially the great ones – have options …Read More…

“Always make a total effort, even when the odds are against you.” – Arnold Palmer

Recruiting Tech Trends…..

Comments Off on Recruiting Tech Trends…..Written on February 22nd, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, ATS/ Background Check integrations: The next big trend in recruiting tech?:, 6 ways to showcase your soft skills, The best way to apply for out of state jobs. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

ATS/ Background Check integration: The next big trend in recruiting tech?: According to HireRight’s 2016 Employment Screening Benchmark Report, 34 percent of HR departments strive for a more efficient candidate experience. That number may not be terribly high, but it’s still a good trend to see: The more efficient the hiring process is, the better an employer will be at wooing candidates. In the effort to make hiring processes go more smoothly, some think that integrations between applicant tracking systems (ATSs) and background-checking software may be the next big thing in human resources. HireRight is already making moves in that direction by connecting its background-checking and drug-testing solutions to Workday’s recruiting solution. …Read More…

6 ways to showcase your soft skills: Welcome to Recruiter Q&A, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers! Have a question you’d like to ask? Leave it in the comments, and you might just see it in the next installment of Recruiter Q&A! Today’s Question: How can job seekers convey their soft skills, either on their resume or in an interview? The answers below are provided by members of FounderSociety, an invitation-only organization composed of ambitious startup founders and business owners. …Read More…

The best way to apply for out of state jobs: Many job seekers seem to get nervous about applying to out-of-state jobs, but it can actually be fairly simple. The best way to apply for out-of-state jobs is to apply as if you were in state. What does that mean? Here are a few tips: Fix the Header on Your Resume The first step to applying for out-of-state jobs is to change up your header so it reflects the location of the job to which you are applying. There’s no need to include an address, but if you’re applying for jobs in Boulder, Colorado, include “Boulder, CO” in place of your current address. …Read More…

“No great achiever – even those who made it seem easy – ever succeeded without hard work.”

Mobile Recruiting….

Comments Off on Mobile Recruiting….Written on February 20th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, The Future of recruiting mobile, 5 Tips to make your remote sales reps connected and successful, The case for developing a recruitment website for your company. Here is how to own your response. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

The Future of recruiting mobile: It wasn’t even half a decade ago that top-of-the-line smartphones were out of the question for most. Today, we reach for our phones as a reflex. Faced with an unanswered question, a moment of free time, or virtually any unmet need, we turn to our smartphones. Because we shop, pay, talk, meet, and learn on our phones, it only makes sense that we would start to look for new jobs on our phones as well. Indeed, the future of recruiting is mobile. What Is Mobile Recruiting?  …Read More…

5 Tips to make your remote sales reps connected and successful: Together, new technologies and changing philosophies on work/life balance have created an increasingly mobile workforce. In a survey of business leaders at the Global Leadership Summit in 2014, more than a third of respondents said half their full-time employees would be working remotely by 2020. A quarter of respondents said more than 75 percent of their employees would not be working in traditional offices by 2020. A massive shift like this will have a profound impact across all industries and fields, but perhaps the effects will be even more pronounced in sales. Salespeople thrive on the energy of engaging with others, and they need to be motivated on a daily basis. ..Read More..

The case for developing a recruitment website for your company: Recruiting is no longer an activity that only takes place when a company has a vacancy to fill. Today, recruitment happens 24/7/365. Smart employers are constantly on the lookout for opportunities to reach and engage prospective hires. How a Recruitment Website Can Help In an improving job market where candidates have increased leverage and multiple opportunities, it’s the employer that has to do the selling. In an effort to differentiate themselves, many companies are trying to enhance their images through recruitment websites that are specifically designed to target and engage candidates. … Read More…

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.”

Earning Great Reviews……..

Comments Off on Earning Great Reviews……..Written on February 10th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Overcoming past legal issues to land the job, Your company can get top talent for less- by earning great reviews, Put on the spot? Here is how to own your response. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Overcoming past legal issues to land the job: Questions around past legal trouble have come up multiple times recently, so it’s worth addressing. A reader writes, “I’m a job seeker with a felony record and a college degree. I can’t expunge the record, and I’m not sure what to do. Where should I begin?” First, I’m sorry to hear that this is a common issue people face in the work world. It can be difficult from both the employee’s and the employer’s perspective. One common scenario is someone making a mistake at a young age, learning from the experience, growing up, and moving on. Unfortunately, their legal record doesn’t move on with them. …Read More…

Your company can get top talent for less- by earning great reviews: When it comes to employees, you get what you pay for. Offer competitive salaries, and you’ll have a better chance of attracting the best. But those salaries don’t necessarily have to be higher than everyone else’s if your company earns great reviews on Glassdoor, according to a new study conducted independently by academics at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain. Not only did the study find that candidates are more likely to apply to jobs after reading good reviews of the company, but it also found that candidates would accept lower salaries from positively reviewed companies than they would from competitors.. …Read More…

Put on the spot? Here is how to own your response: No one likes being put on the spot, but the experience does teach you to anticipate the unexpected. That’s a lesson forever useful in life and in business. While technological advances in communication have diminished the frequency of in-person interactions, face-to-face exchanges are still among the most preferred forms of business communication, according to marketing strategy firm Ballantine. In one survey conducted by Verizon, 87 percent of respondents said in-person meetings were more creative and productive than virtual meetings …Read More…

““Nothing worth having comes easy.” – Theodore Roosevelt
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