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The Parity in Recruiting and Marketing

Jill Phillips Tips & Tricks

Working as a recruiter requires you to wear a lot of different hats. Recruiters have to take on some of the characteristics of a good marketer. Why? Because both marketers and recruiters need to sell something: whereas marketers try to sell a product or service, recruiters are selling a job opportunity to prospective candidates.  To be successful in your recruiting …

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IT Staffing: 3 Strategies You Must Follow

Rob Ragazzo Tips & Tricks

With a combination of advanced staffing software and a deep awareness of the factors that make a difference in today’s IT jobs, hiring professionals bring together the most qualified workers and the organizations that need them.

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Recruitment in One Form

Gareth Rogan Tips & Tricks

As a former CTO and someone who manages large Salesforce and Jobscience databases frequently, I am quite familiar with the challenges to capturing and maintaining clean data in a CRM system. We are all guilty of wasting precious time playing around with data in a system. In recruitment, a lot of the data comes in the form of CV’s but …

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3 Steps for Hiring Your First Remote Employees

Jill Phillips Tips & Tricks

One huge benefit of technology for both employers and employees is that people can work from essentially anywhere, which is making the traditional workplace a thing of the past. Remote working is becoming more common with all the ways to stay connected, such as instant messaging and video chats. Hiring remote employees can be great for your business, as you’ll …

How to Choose the Right Staffing Software

Denise Martinez Staffing, Tips & Tricks

If you’ve been tasked with choosing staffing software for your agency, you probably feel in over your head right now. In fact, it’d be surprising if you weren’t at least a little overwhelmed by the process. The amount of products and features in this software category makes it difficult to distinguish what’s worth your time and what’s not. But luckily …