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Wild & Crazy Kids: Millennial Hiring Trends Every Employer Needs To Know.

We all have pet peeves. You know, those little things that people do that piss you off big time. Like that annoying loud talker in the next...

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Closing the Gap: A Look at Gender Bias in Fortune 500 Job Listings.

In 2007, Catalyst published research showing that corporate boards that include three or more women significantly outperform others; these...

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Why Employee Generated Content Matters for Recruitment Marketing.

Chances are you think you’re a pretty interesting person. Why else would you Instagram that photo of your award-winning holiday-themed...

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Why You Should Stop Wasting Your Time With Social Recruiting

There’s nothing new – or even remotely interesting – about the concept of social recruiting, yet for some reason that...

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What Your Employer Brand Really Says To Candidates

There are already thousands of talent acquisition technology startups focusing on reinventing, revolutionizing or reimagining...

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Fight or Flight: 5 Tips for Retaining Top Talent & Decreasing Voluntary Exits

Roles are reversing in the employment space. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, eight million Americans are looking for jobs,...

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Recruiting Videos Don’t Have To Suck.

There’s a ton of talk out there about how important it is for recruiters and employers to incorporate video into their talent...

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Recruitment Marketing Doesn’t Have To Suck.

Recruiting and HR is basically a perpetual balancing act. We’re asked to juggle being equal parts psychologist, peacekeeper,...

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Using Your Blog To Tell Your Story

They tell me that a lot of people have been asking about my session at the Social. Sourcing. Talent. (#SST2014) conferences, “Using Your...

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5 Keys To Creating Compelling Candidate Communications (Without Boring Them To Death)

Let’s say, just for fun, that I was about to release a product marketed as “the world’s biggest wine glass,” but at no point in...

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