Sync your texts from your phone to your desktop! This is one of the new play tools we really love! MightyText allows you to access as well as send your mobile texts… Read more
How long has the recruiting industry been saying, “This is finally the year of mobile”? I’ll put it at roughly 2008. The combination of a risk-averse customer, timing and legacy systems… Read more
If you attended the HR Technology Conference in Chicago earlier this month, there were two buzzwords you heard more than once if you visited the expo hall: Engagement and A.I…. Read more
A recently launched app, tilr, hopes to make finding new employees as easy as swiping right on Tinder. It is the brainchild of Carisa Miklusak and Summer Crenshaw, both formerly… Read more
The last time they counted, there were 53 million people doing freelance work in the U.S., which is roughly 34 percent of the entire workforce. People who freelance contribute an estimated… Read more
“I fucking hate apps.” To say I was taken aback when Enboarder CEO Brent Pearson, a former Monster executive, said this during a product demo of his solution – touted in a… Read more
Selling stuff to HR isn’t easy. It’s a market filled with people who are inundated with phone calls, are risk averse and budget constrained. Not a good recipe for quick… Read more
You’re not going to use this app. Why? Because it’s targeting very small businesses. Historically, this is a market that recruiting technology vendors fear to tread. But, like a honey badger, ipply “don’t… Read more
Want to know what more about your corporate mobile readiness? iMomentous put out this great infographic: Thanks to Ed Newman, VP of Strategy, iMomentous for sharing this infographic. Want… Read more
Last month, I encouraged job seekers to step away from the job boards and step outside to get some fresh air, network, volunteer and reconnect with industry peers.
While it’s important for job seekers to get out and about, it’s equally as important to remain accessible to recruiters. Mobile apps empower job seekers to spend their days away from the computer, but still connect as needed. Here are a few apps that help manage the mobile job search.
I do not consider sms and texting candidates to connect mobile recruiting. Texting is a tool to use to connect much like Twitter is a tool to connect. If you call a candidate’s cell phone is that mobile recruiting?