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How to make your company shine after a bad review online
The Staffing Stream
Unless you just started your staffing company this morning, people are already talking about you and your brand online. You just need to decide whether or not you want to know about it. Negative reviews are not something to be feared or avoided. In fact, a negative review is an opportunity for your company to shine.
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Can a chat service make busy staffing offices run better?
Staffing Talk
Communication about ASAP job orders. Communication about hot candidate availability. Communication about NSNCs, rate changes, client confirmations, reference checking, submittals, sendouts. The modern staffing professional gets blitzed with numerous communication challenges. Can the emerging class of chat services improve staffing communication? If so, which chat service? Or should the chat service be built into staffing software?
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How to recruit a multi-generational workforce
TalentCircles
Harnessing the strength of a multi-generational workforce is powerful and provides a distinct advantage for your company. The step that comes before that, though, is recruiting a multi-generational workforce. We’re seeing a huge shift in the how, when and even why we engage job seekers and it’s largely due to changing demographics.
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5 tips to get the most from overqualified staff
Recruiter
Many employers hesitate to hire overqualified candidates. They flinch at the sight of overqualified applicants, and their instincts tell them that these overly gifted new hires may become dissatisfied with their roles quickly and leave prematurely or become disengaged. There is some truth to this fear, but we shouldn't throw the baby out with the bathwater. Studies show that overqualified staff perform better and stay longer than qualified staff in general. They bring a greater return to the business than qualified staff and are usually value for money. It makes sound business sense to take them on and make it work.
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How graph databases can reinvent recruiting
Wired
They say it’s not what you know but who you know. However, the missing implication of that is the importance of who they know. The ways that we are all connected are broadly interesting in a “six degrees of Kevin Bacon” way. However, for recruitment sites trying to find and access important, talented people, it’s much more valuable than that. Endless internet searches and manually trawling through CVs is the common process for many recruiters today — but this is time consuming and quite restrictive in what information it can deliver. Also, once the data is gathered it can be difficult to sit back and actually make sense of it. So, how can the recruitment industry move on from this?
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Enhance your employee referral program marketing approach
ERE
Employees will refer talent into an organization when it’s easy and convenient for them — push and prod them too much and you risk disengagement. Effective, targeted marketing of your program is a key driver to adoption and success. Here are five techniques for enhancing your referral program marketing approach.
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Job seekers value employers that respond to online reviews, post on social media
Bloomberg BNA
Job seekers increasingly are interested not only in online reviews of a potential employer from current employees, but also the employer response to those reviews, according to a report released by jobs website Glassdoor. “What Candidates Desire Most Isn't Readily Available On Traditional Company Careers Sites” found that nearly nine in 10 (89 percent) job seekers find the employer perspective important when researching jobs and companies.
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SHRM: November hiring in US at highest level in 4 years
Staffing Industry Analysts
Hiring activity will reach four-year highs for the month of November in both the U.S. manufacturing and service sectors, according to the leading indicators of a national employment report released by the Society for Human Resource Management. Hiring expectations in U.S. manufacturing are up for the eighth straight month in November, and service-sector hiring expectations are up for the sixth time in seven months.
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