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Millennials More Likely to Relocate for the Right Job

In Recruiting Millennials, Staffing and Recruiting Trends by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

In 2016, Millennials were more likely to relocate for a job (50%) and switch industries (16%) than non-Millennials, according to data from LinkedIn. The new jobs they’re taking are most likely to be in tech, healthcare, and finance. Their experience and expertise with technology give Millennials the edge in such digital or tech-heavy positions. Millennials bring skills like social media …

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How Recruiters Should Be Using Text Messaging

In Recruiting Millennials, Sourcing, Staffing and Recruiting Trends by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Everyone seems to be glued to their phones these days, and the talent you’re searching for is no different. And what people love to do most with their phones isn’t scanning their Facebook feed, checking their emails, or making phone calls. It’s texting. Here’s how your recruiting team should be using text messaging to attract top talent. Reach candidates where …

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Millennials’ Values Drive Job Choices

In Industry News, Recruiting Millennials by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Millennials will refuse or resign from jobs if company values do not match their own, particularly on the issue of sustainability, finds a new study by Rubbermaid and Lightspeed.   Here are some key points: About 10% of Millennials would quit their jobs if they discovered their employer was not sustainable More than 80% of Millennials seek out opportunities to …

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How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Advanced LinkedIn Accounts

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LinkedIn is one of the best sites for recruiting top talent. With 88% of users checking in at least once every week, LinkedIn makes accessing engaged talent easy. Using LinkedIn’s Talent Solutions, connecting and recruiting with ideal job seekers is even easier. Premium accounts give you and your recruiters full access to LinkedIn’s 400 million professionals. Here’s how to use …

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How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Basic LinkedIn Accounts

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LinkedIn means business — more than any other social media site. LinkedIn users make up 67% of company site visits. Boosts in career page visits begin with LinkedIn. LinkedIn understands talent acquisition as an art form and offers the tools to elevate recruiting efforts. Here’s what you and your recruiters can do with a Basic LinkedIn account. LinkedIn in a …

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Learn How to Become a Great Social Recruiter

In Recruiting Millennials, Social Recruiting, Sourcing by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Social recruiting uses social media channels to source talent. Recruiters use platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat to attract, identify, and engage potential candidates. Below are introductory lessons to all things social recruiting. The two options of study for each lesson work with how much time you have: Quick Tip gets you up to speed on the basics of …

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Gonzo Recruiting – How to Land Top Candidates by Being Outrageous

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To play with game changers, you’ll need tactics that inspire with intrigue and interest. Leave ordinary recruitment to your competitors and, instead, find gonzo recruitment inspiration in the examples below. Tinder your way to a great candidate Most people go on Tinder to find a special someone, but some companies like Amazon and Fetch use it to attract professional prospects. …

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How to Make Sure Your Staffing Firm’s Employer Branding is on Point

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Finding a new job is a big step and candidates nowadays aren’t doing it blindly. When potential candidates google your staffing firm, you want to be the clear and best choice. A great employer brand can help you. What is employer branding? Employer branding describes everything that a company does to create value for its employees. From an intuitive application …

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How Your Recruiters Can Attract Millennial Candidates

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Your recruiters can’t escape Millennials. They are the largest segment of the labor force in the US and are inevitably reshaping the workplace. And your recruitment approach. Here’s how your recruiters can attract them. The first step? Help your team like Millennials   If your recruiters aren’t Millennials themselves, they’ve definitely heard a lot of buzz about this generation. TIME …