Sending emails is something staffing agents do multiple times a day, every day.
Jan Schiffman, the CTO and VP of Product at Jobscience, was a recent guest on the TechnologyAdvice Expert Interview Series to share his insight on recruiting technology and best practices. The series, which is hosted by TechnologyAdvice’s Clark Buckner, explores a variety of business and technology landscapes through conversations with industry leaders. Jan joined Buckner to discuss hiring trends and …
Many companies now implement social recruiting strategies, but recruiting is just the beginning
With all the talk lately about digital marketing, social and mobile recruiting, it’s easy to forget that some of the best talent comes from in-person meetings, like job fairs.
Recruiting is starting to look a lot like digital marketing.
In this day and age, it’s essential to have a mobile recruiting strategy.
To attract the best candidates, recruiters need to think more like marketers.
The recruiting industry is changing rapidly, but some things are still the same.
Let’s say you’re halfway done with the recruiting phase.
Staffing firms have unique needs when it comes to business.
Many businesses face significant gaps between the talent they need and what’s available, which means those with the right skills have their pick of the litter.
Social recruiting is the wave of the future.
Millennials are on the job market in full force and will make up 46 percent of the U.S. labor force by 2020.
No matter how conscientious and professional a staffing firm is, there are sometimes occurrences that can strain relationships with clients or even rupture them.
This year’s Dreamforce, taking place from October 13-16 in San Francisco, promises to be quite an engaging conference.