ERE Recruiting Conference 2018: Most Valuable #ERErc Tweets

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If you missed the 2018 ERE Recruiting Conference don’t worry we have you covered. We curated 20+ MVTs (most valuable tweets) from #ERErc : #ERERC @LevyRecruits wrapping up the content. pic.twitter.com/HE7DZMEm1G — Jo Weech (@JoWeech) April 4, 2018   #ERERC @LevyRecruits pic.twitter.com/5NXkXPXPvW — Jo Weech (@JoWeech) April 4, 2018   If everyone says that they… Read more »

How to Recruit Developers & More with Hung Lee

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If you want to get better at recruiting developers (especially in London!), or master content and marketing, you might check out Hung Lee. I first learned about Hung through Ongig’s Google Analytics — I saw that 500+ people had visited Ongig over just a few hours and that they had come from a recruiting blog… Read more »

My Candid Chat with Tim Sackett About Your “Talent Acquisition Stack”

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Last Friday I chatted with the always-colorful talent acquisition analyst Tim Sackett. He had sent me a PDF of his “Talent Stack” (software for ATS’s, recruitment marketing and recruitment operations). Tim’s got a new book coming out and he’s thinking hard about talent acquisition software. I like Tim because he calls ’em like he sees… Read more »

The 6 Key Steps for Job Description Management Software

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You need an automated system for job description management to post and fill jobs faster. Here are the key steps I recommend for your effective job description management: 1) Job Description Library If you’re reading this, I’ll assume your current job description management process is not cutting it. Let’s start from the beginning… You’re going… Read more »

5 Easy Tips for Creating Hiring Manager Recruitment Videos

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The reason for including hiring manager recruitment videos on your job description is easy. It helps your job description stand out and gives transparency to the candidate (something all candidates (especially millennials) tell us they value). Here are a few easy tips for creating hiring manager videos: 1) Make the Video Less than 60 Seconds… Read more »

3 Free Ways To Treat Your LinkedIn Profile Like a “Recruiting Billboard”

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Every one of you has a free recruiting ad at your disposal: your LinkedIn profile. The best candidates are looking for every extra piece of info about your recruiters, managers and company they can get their hands on! Here are 3 easy ways to treat your LinkedIn profile like a recruiting billboard. 1) Experience Section… Read more »

5 Awesome “Overlays” For Workday ATS Job Pages

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All candidates are influenced by the core design concept of “contrast”. That’s why before-and-afters are so effective in advertising! If you’re one of the many Workday ATS clients (see Ongig’s free Top 100 ATS Report you might be frustrated with the “before” look of your job description (without software/design customization). The “Before” Workday Job Page… Read more »

Mark Zuckerberg’s 7 Recruiting Tips

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If you want to be the best at recruiting it helps to look at what the best companies in the world do. I believe Facebook is one of those companies and their recruiting starts at the top…with Co-founder & CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Here are 7 recruiting strategies I’ve observed from Zuckerberg: 1) “You should never… Read more »

Epsilon’s Unique “Welcome to…” Page for Candidate Experience

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I stumbled across this terrific web page (below) by marketing leader Epsilon the other day: WelcometoEpsilon.com. It’s a simple yet powerful example of effective candidate experience and employer branding for you employers with multiple locations. Epsilon is rolling out the red carpet for new employees (and candidates!) in every office with details about each location. Here’s… Read more »

The Top 100 Applicant Tracking Systems in 2018

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A common question I get asked is: “What are the top applicant tracking systems I should consider using?” So, every year the Ongig team and I find the top ATS’s used by employers actively hiring…and we publish the details. We fine-tune this list of top applicant tracking systems based on community feedback — 117,000 people… Read more »

10 Examples of the Best Job Ads in 2018

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Job ads are becoming more creative and dynamic. Note: Check out our free Job Descriptions Guide — it tells you everything we know about JDs, job ads and the like! Employers are giving more robust content on job descriptions rather than just listing requirements and qualifications. Here are some features we’re seeing in job ads that… Read more »

The 8 Key Stakeholders in a Job Description Rewriting Project

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A head of Talent Acquisition asked me the other day:  “Who are the key stakeholders that need to be involved when rewriting job descriptions?” Here’s a quick-and-dirty list that might help you: 1)The Head of TA The head of TA should typically oversee this. If you’re lucky enough to have a head of recruitment marketing… Read more »

Applying The 6 Principles of Persuasion To Recruiting

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One of my very favorite business books is Influence by Dr. Robert Cialdini. He outlines 6 driving factors to persuade people to say “yes”. If you can recruit using these 6 persuasion shortcuts, you’ll get more “yes’s” and you’ll get them sooner. 1) Reciprocity The more you give someone, the more obliged they want to… Read more »

5 Ways to Provide a “One-Click” Candidate Experience

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Us consumers are now very used to a “one-click world.” Shouldn’t we treat candidates the same? As consumers, we go on Amazon and do a “one-click check-out”. We go to Google, type a word or phrase…and voila…we get great results. I wake up and click my iPhone and ask for the weather. Heck, my father-in-law… Read more »

Gender-Neutral Suggestions for the Top 25 Job Titles That Still Use the Word “Man”

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Many of us are talking about gender-neutral job descriptions these days. But how about gender-neutral job TITLES? Take a look at job boards and news articles and you’ll find that many common job titles still use the word “man” in them. Search Indeed for “salesman” and you’ll find 277 job openings with that title. A… Read more »