News Tag: Recruiting

Job Descriptions of the President and Vice President: An Infographic

On the heels of the Presidential Election, we thought it would be interesting to take an in-depth look into the actual job descriptions of the President and Vice President of the United States. Luckily, Manpower recently unveiled two infographics detailing the responsibilities, skills, salary, and benefits of each position. “These infographics help us understand the […]

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5 Things Recruiters Can Learn from the Presidential Debates

With the 2012 Presidential Election less than three weeks away, we’ve officially entered the dreaded zone of back and forth debates, non-stop trash talking commercials, and endless political posts on Facebook. Even though this time of year can be annoying, there are some things that recruiters can learn, especially from the Presidential debates. Americans don’t […]

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75 Percent of American Workforce Looking for New Jobs

A huge number of Americans are currently looking for new job opportunities – is your recruiting team ready? Earlier this week, Jobvite released its Social Job Seeker Survey 2012, which found that a whopping 75 percent of Americans in the workforce are looking for new job opportunities. This is a 6 percent increase from last […]

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Check Out the HR Tech Conference Agenda

The Human Resource Executive’s HR Technology Conference & Exposition is coming up next week, October 7-10. We’re excited about the event and want to make sure that everyone can check out the conference schedule on their phones or tablets, so here you go:   Sunday, October 7 5 – 6:30 p.m. The HR Technology Connection […]

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Where Are the Happiest Employees?

A lot of things can affect an employee’s happiness, but some cities just seem to have happier employees than others. CareerBliss recently unveiled its list of the “Top 20 Happiest U.S. Cities for Young Professionals for 2012.” This year, six California cities appeared on the list, with three taking hold of the top spots. The […]

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Social Media Recruiting Continues Growth Spurt

If you’re not using social media to complement your hiring efforts yet, then you’re seriously falling way behind the trend. Earlier this summer, Jobvite unveiled its annual Social Recruiting Survey, which found that social media has become an essential recruiting tool for successful HR teams. Currently, 92 percent of companies are using social media to […]

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Great Recruiting Rules for Small Businesses

How does your small business recruit? Recruiting can be filled with endless requirements that can eliminate some of the dynamic potential of the process. Taking a look at advice from Johnny Laurent, vice president and general manager for the Sage Employer Solutions business unit, there are “six rules of wise recruiting” that can help small […]

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Inc. Magazine’s 7 Rules for Recruiting Extraordinary People

Recruiting those really exceptional, ‘extraordinary’ people won’t ever happen if you stick to legacy notions of simply matching skill levels to the company’s job description. What’s important is what Geoffrey James, a staff writer for Inc’s SalesForce column, came away with from a leadership conference attended by numerous “CEOs and sales execs.” “How to Hire […]

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5 Crazy Policies that Will Set Your Company Apart

HR departments are historically considered to be boring and conservative, but some of the cutting-edge policies being created in big companies are giving recruiters a new reputation. It’s hard enough to find – and keep – good employees in today’s world, and having a good recruiting team and good recruiting software (http://www.pcrecruiter.net) is no longer enough, […]

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