Mar 21
6 Foundational Questions for Your Sourcing Strategy
The components of an effective sourcing strategy. What they are. Why they matter. And how you can put them to work for you. There are no secrets to building an effective sourcing strategy. No proprietary process. No secret sauce. The fact is, an effective sourcing strategy consists of 6 basic components. But getting them right is anything but basic. Let’s take a look at each component to help identify what you’re doing well and where you need to improve. 1- Do you have an accurate brand? This question is much more complicated than it sounds. If your employment brand is off-base (and…
Feb 12
Career Website | What’s In It For (them)?
12 Feb, 2018. 0 Comments. Career Website. Posted By: s2eadmin
This Year’s Trends It may still be the ‘Monday’ of 2018, but the year is taking off and we’ve already seen some career website trends that we love! There's no lack of information in the age of the internet. We know how overwhelming the information can be. So we had our experts sift through the pile of career website trends and find the hidden treasures. Check out our top 3 trends that we’ve found to be the most valuable this year for your site: Simplicity- People want information quickly. You probably skimmed the above paragraph and went right to this…
Jan 29
Employment Branding | Holding the Truth Mirror to Brand Experience
29 Jan, 2018. 0 Comments. Uncategorized. Posted By: s2eadmin
Defining Employment Branding Employment Branding, as we define it, is an authentic depiction of the reality of the employment experience at your company. It’s not something you develop, it’s something you uncover, and it’s definitely not a description of what you wish your brand to be. When performing an employment brand exercise you need to ask yourself ‘Who are we right now?’, not ‘Who do we think we want to be?’. Warts and All There’s an excellent anecdote that explains the approach companies must take with employment branding exercise: In January of 1649 during an argument between the current monarch…
Aug 21
Continuity in Recruiting
21 Aug, 2017. 0 Comments. Uncategorized. Posted By: Stacey Shaw
How one point of contact in a corporate office can maintain recruitment excellence in multiple field offices without adding extra hours of manpower. Impossible? Let’s review the situation. You work in a home office. Your company is spread across the country and you have responsibility to support field locations and help them do their own recruiting while holding a full desk of your own requisitions. You’re not alone. This is a common recruiting situation. It’s particularly common in healthcare, restaurants, hospitality and retail. As you probably know, supporting field recruiting creates a host of challenges. To name just a few……
Aug 14
Increasing Recruiter Bandwidth
14 Aug, 2017. 0 Comments. Uncategorized. Posted By: Stacey Shaw
How do you expand time? Einstein had some theories relating to black holes and Neil Degrasse Tyson has generated work on the Cosmos, but actually expanding time is a talent that still eludes us. In the interest of scientific debate, let us add another variable and ask how do we expand time and do it at little or no cost? Shockingly, although actual time cannot be expanded, the time within time can be. Or more granularly, bandwidth can be expanded. This I will concede is a rather lengthy route to reach the proposition that Recruitment Marketing Agencies (RMA) can provide…
Jun 2
Branding, it’s a lifestyle, not a choice.
2 Jun, 2014. 0 Comments. Branding. Posted By: Colton Joseph
Recently, I reentered the dating world. In order to enjoy the full 21st century dating experience one obviously has to embrace the world of the Internet. My suspicion of the whole process led me to enlist for the one with the self-advertised magic algorithm. Once one is paid up and answers a billion questions, your information is put before those most likely to be a perfect match. It’s a blend of science and location. So here we are. Technology has solved yet another problem. How to meet the future Mrs. Almost Perfect. Let’s assess the technology applied and the traditional obstacles…
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