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Social without listening

Recruiting on social media doesn’t mean you’re being social #socialrecruiting

If you aren’t listening, interacting and engaging with your prospects, you should just stop telling people you’re recruiting “on social media” because you’re not being social. Broadcasting on…

Same old

You can’t get the best talent looking like everyone else #recruitingcontent

100 companies, all seeking the best applicant. They all have ATS’s, career sites, Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, Glassdoor pages, LinkedIn sites, ERP programs, talent pool tools, etc. From…

Asking someone to change their life job

To you, it’s just a job rec. To prospects, it’s a life change. #recruiting

If I asked you to move to another country, but didn’t explain the visa process to you, you’d walk away. If I asked you to move to another…

Hiring someone is easy. Hiring talent is much harder.

The world is filled with people who just want to hit the apply button and move on, barely registering what company they just applied with. Do you really…

job descriptions are not enough

Job descriptions are simply not enough #recruiting

Have you read your job descriptions lately? Or anyone’s job descriptions? Generally, they are obtuse, vague texts more concerned with listing job requirements than actually explaining what the…