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The Most-Read Staffing and Recruiting Articles of 2017

In Fastest Growing Staffing Firms, Healthcare Staffing, Social Recruiting, Staffing Supplier Interviews, StaffingHub News and Updates by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

As we look back on 2017, we thought we’d share with you the most popular articles on StaffingHub. From social recruiting guides to interviews with the leaders of top staffing firms, these resources give you the strategies and tactics to start 2018 off on the right foot. How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Basic LinkedIn Accounts LinkedIn means business — …

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Ted Guggenheim, CEO of TextUs, on Staffing Shortages, Speed of Communication, and the Future of Candidate Expectations

In Social Recruiting, Staffing Supplier Interviews by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

In our quest to provide insight into all areas of the staffing and recruiting industry, we’re launching our industry suppliers interview series. For our first interview, we sat down with Ted Guggenheim, CEO and Co-Founder of TextUs, the business texting platform built for the staffing/recruiting and HR industries. He shared his thoughts on industry challenges, the importance of quick communication, …

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How to Recruit Generation Z

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

With the constant talk of Millennials, it’s easy to overlook the newest group of people filtering into the workforce: Generation Z. This group was born as early as 1990 and all the way through 2010. They are characterized as being entrepreneurial, ready to work, adept problem-solvers and multi-taskers, and they are the first generation of true tech natives. Here are …

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McDonald’s Successfully Recruits with Snapchat

In Social Recruiting by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

How about a 10-second job application? McDonald’s in Australia debuted a Snapchat filter that puts users in a virtual hat and badge. They film a 10-second Snap to apply for a job and begin the hiring process. Now this trend will move stateside as McDonald’s stores in the US seek to hire 250,000 workers this summer. As a leading employer …

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How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Social Media [eBook]

In Social Recruiting by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Our latest eBook, How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Social Media, walks you through the each of the major platforms, explains how they function, and lays out the individual strategies you can use to up your recruiting game. Here’s a taste of what you’ll get. Friend Facebook With over a billion users, Facebook is the best place to start your …

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Facebook Announces Job Posting and Search Tools

In Industry News, Social Recruiting by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Facebook announced that it has added job search and position posting tools in the U.S. and Canada. Businesses can post openings, track applicants, and communicate directly with candidates on the new platform. Organizations can also pay for targeted ads to boost views of their open positions. Candidates can apply from within the job postings and will see their information auto-filled …

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How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Snapchat

In Social Recruiting by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Snapchat is the knock-knock joke of social media. It’s the one-liner of the party. To date, it’s the only tool that boasts the ability to face swap with your dog. But before you chortle and control-tab your way to another site, you should also know Snapchat is serious business. In the span of a year, its audience grew 400%. Video …

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How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Advanced LinkedIn Accounts

In Recruiting Millennials, Social Recruiting by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

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

In Recruiting Millennials, Social Recruiting by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

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 …