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What Are Discriminatory Hiring Practices? And How Can You Avoid Them?

In the era of #metoo and social media, it’s easier than ever for your organization to get called out for discrimination. Not only can you lose great candidates, but you damage your reputation in the process, which can make it more difficult for future hiring. On top of all that, you could face some hefty

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3 Ways a Positive Employer Brand Helps You Fill Jobs

Employer branding is important when you want to establish some rapport with your candidates. The same as with customers and clients, a strong brand helps establish you as a key player in your niche or market. It compels people to want to do business with you, and similarly, compels candidates to want to work for

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5 Hot Recruiting and Hiring Trends for 2019

In some ways, the hiring process seems out of sync with the way we live the rest of our lives. You can order something on Amazon with a few taps of your phone, but you need to log onto a computer to submit a cover letter and resume to most job sites. 2019 might just

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4 Ways to Win at Passive Recruiting

Passive recruiting is the act of targeting individuals who aren’t in the job market or currently looking for employment. To find the talent you need, you may want to engage in this type of recruitment, but it takes some skill. Because these candidates aren’t actively seeking work, they are harder to find and more difficult

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The Holidays Don’t Have to Stop Your Candidate Search

The holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year, and conventional wisdom suggests that people are too busy to look for a new job. This is enough to deter some organizations from posting new positions, which means there’s an opening for others to step in. Hiring follows a slightly different rhythm during

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Creating Job Advertisements 101

Job ads are the first impression your company makes upon a potential candidate. You have two options: It’s like walking into a restaurant that you’ve wanted to try for a long time only to find a huge roach running across the floor vs. walking into the same restaurant and finding the ambiance calming, the decor

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Quick and Dirty Guide to Writing a Job Ad

Writing a job ad is the first step toward getting the right candidates you want on your team. It starts with an evaluation of the position, an evaluation of the type of candidate who will fill that job and accomplish those tasks, and being able to creatively pull together a marketing piece of content that

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Hiring? This One Tool Can Make Or Break Your Process

When embarking on a hiring campaign, you seek out to collect as many candidates for your open positions as possible. This way, you have a better chance of identifying the one that will end up making the cut. There are a handful of items to consider when beginning a search for a new candidate, like:

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Hacking Social Media to Recruit Your Best Employees

According to Entelo’s annual recruiting trends report, 81% of teams will use social media for recruiting and sourcing versus traditional advertising and 88% of respondents plan to invest more of their budget on social media than in previous years. Tied with corporate career websites, social media recruiting is the second most prevalent source of hire, and

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Let’s Get This Party (AKA: Writing Job Ads) Started

Woooo!  If you want to attract good candidates, take the time to create, curate, and develop a job advertisement that speaks to your target audience, your “A Players.” It takes some time and effort up front, and you might think you don’t have the time to do so. Remember, nothing great comes from doing something

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