It's happening folks, our economy is taking a huge slump and for many recruiters, it will be their first time recruiting in a recession. As COVID-19 takes the global economy for a serious loop, the recruiting industry will be hit hard. A recession means less jobs, which translates into less demand for recruiters. It's now
Is SEO for recruitment a part of your strategy? If the answer is 'no', you're not alone. Most companies have SEO (search engine optimization) in mind for marketing, but it's not even on the radar from a recruitment strategy perspective. A few recruitment agencies (and honestly, not that many) have tapped into why SEO for
Starting a recruiting business is exciting and terrifying at the same time. Before I moved into corporate recruiting, I was starting a recruiting agency that went strong for 7 years. I had a very, very limited budget and if there was one thing I was sure of, it was that I didn't want to get
We can all agree there is clearly a war for talent. Skill shortages are what keeps most leaders awake at night and it's getting harder and harder to attract the type of talent most organizations need. More than ever before, employers are competing for top talent using their employer brand to differentiate themselves.
If you're not using Instagram for recruiting, you're missing out on an excellent opportunity to promote your employer brand. Like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, Instagram should be a part of your social recruiting strategy, but you have to think of Instagram a bit differently than the other platforms. I was part of a
Remember posting a job and having countless star candidates apply? Yeah, me neither. That's because successful recruiting includes a combination of outbound and inbound recruiting. If your recruitment strategy doesn't include both, you will be left behind... or have already been left behind like most failing traditional recruitment strategies. Now that we