Job Fair

You’ve probably heard of major companies like Amazon, IBM, and Disney hosting virtual job fairs, but did you know most companies aren’t using some exclusive software that only works for major multinational corporations? Most business owners that are willing to hire people outside of their immediate area can take advantage of a virtual job fair.…

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Cloud Recruiting

As the internet has grown more and more widespread around the world, so too have internet-based applications. Gone are the days where you need a bulky computer to handle simple tasks, tethering you to your desk. Today’s business applications are hosted on the cloud, beamed to thin clients and phones no matter where you are.…

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Technology is constantly evolving both inside and outside the workplace. This evolution means that if you’re planning to update your recruitment strategy, you need to stay on top of all the latest tech that companies are using to hire employees. Learn all about three of the biggest tech trends in 2019 and how we at…

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As we head into 2016, recruiting to build a competitive workforce is more important than ever. Staying on top of trends and the latest studies and surveys that reveal the most effective techniques and practices in recruiting is just as important. The future of work impacts the future of recruiting, and these are evolving now.…

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The following is a guest article by: Zuzana Padychova The idea that there are venture capital firms in the tech industry that are investing solely in female startups may be baffling to some. Built By Girls, Illuminate Ventures, Forerunner Ventures, Aligned Partners, and several others are doing just that. They claim there is an imbalance that needs…

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LinkedIn’s 2015 US Recruiting Trends report shows that recruiting in 2015 means going after passive candidates and maintaining a strong presence in social professional networks. It’s important to use the newest recruiting solutions to build and maintain an engaged and high-performing workforce. With intense competition for top candidates emerging as the biggest hiring challenge today, no…

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Been in the workforce a while? You’ve probably had a job or two that wasn’t ideal, or maybe even one that you grew to despise. You had to endure ridiculous rules, multiple opposing and contradictory bosses, do without programs for motivation, and suffer without opportunities to grow or advance. When you didn’t have anything to…

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Technology is rapidly becoming a part of every type of work we do, every day and everywhere. Headsets, barcode scanners, and smart badges have been in use for some time, but research firm Tractica says devices like the Apple Watch, smart glasses, wearable cameras, and smart clothing will be part of the workplace by 2020.…

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In today’s digitally connected world, recruiting in 2015 and beyond means recruiting online. But it is much more than just creating an online application process. Finding the right candidates for your company’s job openings means attention to details that create a competitive advantage in recruiting. The Internet benefits employers and job seekers in the recruiting…

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The workplace has changed substantially in the last 10 years. Work is more complex, with more distractions than ever, from technology, email, texts, voicemail, social media, instant messages, meetings, project work, and team-based work. Employees work in teams, collaboratively, with more social skills and less time, anywhere and anytime. To compete in today’s economy, companies…

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2015 is off to a cold, cold start but there are plenty of hot topics in Human Resources (HR) this year. Employees as brand ambassadors, digitized corporate learning, wearable gadgets at work, and social HR are all developing areas that fall to HR for monitoring and guidance.   Employees as Brand Ambassadors Instead of fearing…

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