The Top 8 Things Candidates Really Care About in Employer Branding

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Top Employer Brand Criteria

When it comes to your employer brand, there’s a disconnect between what the candidate really cares about versus what you employers think they care about. That’s one finding from Hinge Research Institute’s recently-released terrific Employer Brand Study where they surveyed 800+ employers and job seekers. The study is full of great employer branding research but this one graphic below really stood… Read more »

44% of Brassring ATS Clients Have Broken Back Button Pages

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If you’ve got Brassring as an ATS, you might want to double-check the following candidate experience flow to make sure your candidates are not experiencing a Confirm Form Resubmission error page (aka “a broken back button”). Here’s the candidate experience flow you should quickly test: 1. Searches for a Job The candidate does a Brassring-powered… Read more »

What Google For Jobs Means for Talent Acquisition Leaders

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Google For Jobs

  HR Tech/job board pro Jonathan Duarte was kind enough to give his thoughts on what Google for Jobs means for talent acquisition leaders. 1) Why should heads of talent acquisition/recruiting care about Google for Jobs? The biggest impact Google For Jobs will have is simply increasing the volume of active candidates applying to jobs…. Read more »

10 Ideas to Spice Up Boring Job Descriptions

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BMC Recruitment Video

Your job descriptions don’t have to be boring, text-based pages that reek of the days of dial-up phones and fax machines. Here are a handful of easy ways to spruce up your job descriptions to attract the very best talent. Note: Check out our free Job Descriptions Guide — it tells you everything we know… Read more »

5 Ways to Utilize Your Employees On Your Job Ads

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If you are not utilizing employee advocacy on your job descriptions, you are missing an easy opportunity to add social proof (a proven technique at persuasion) to your job openings! A few stats on employee advocacy: “Employees rank as the most trusted influencers when communicating about their company’s engagement and integrity.” (Edelman 2015 Trust Barometer, January 2015)…. Read more »

10 Examples of the Best Job Ads in 2017

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Top 10 Job Ads Cover

Here are 10 examples of job ads worth looking at, whether you are revamping your own or just looking for creative job ad ideas. Note: Check out our free Job Descriptions Guide — it tells you everything we know about JDs, job ads and the like! Last year Ongig published 10 Awesome Job Descriptions and we are already… Read more »

10 SEO Tips for Writing Job Descriptions

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10 SEO Tips for Writing Job Descriptions

When you write a job description, you are not just writing it for the candidate, you are also writing it for Google, Bing, Indeed and any other search engine out there who can send traffic to your job pages. Writing for the search engines is a key part of SEO Recruitment (search engine optimization (SEO)…. Read more »

Applicant Tracking System Pricing

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Applicant Tracking System Pricing Cover

Applicant Tracking System pricing can range from free (for small startups) to $1 million+ per year for enterprises with tends of thousands of employees. Bottom line: An ATS can be a significant investment as your business gros. But ATS pricing info is often elusive. Here are a few resources we’ve found on ATS pricing with highlights… Read more »