If you need better recruiting results, your recruiting strategy needs the OOH factor, out-of-home advertising, specifically billboards. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Americans spend more than 100 hours a year commuting to work. That’s a lot of time for eyes on the road, eyes of passive candidates already employed who aren’t looking at online…

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Employers and recruiters use various recruitment strategies to meet recruiting goals. To attract and hire the best requires the latest recruiting methods and technologies to target specific aspects of recruiting, such as sourcing, engaging, hiring, and pipelining or building a talent community. Although recruitment is commonly the responsibility of human resources professionals, it also falls…

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Simon Barrow and Tim Abler defined employer brand in the Journal of Brand Management in1996 as “the package of functional, economic and psychological benefits provided by employment, and identified with the employing company”. Can you explain your employer brand in a couple of sentences? Do you know what candidates think of your company? Does your…

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Retained search, also called executive search, is an interesting option for companies that need to hire senior level executives or other key positions with salaries that are well into the six figures. Employers contract with recruiters for retained search who will work exclusively with the company to give full attention to the search. Retained search…

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1 – Sell Your Top Candidates on the Company Don’t overlook the power of your business’s best attributes to attract top candidates. Even if you don’t work for Yahoo and your company doesn’t sell itself, make sure you let candidates know about your best customers, or the cutting-edge projects they could work on, or your…

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