5 Social Recruiting Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Social media has had a massive impact on almost every aspect of business — and recruiting is no exception. Today’s candidates use social media to find their future employers, and as a result, recruiters have embraced platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook as valuable recruiting channels. Consider these statistics: 80% of employers say social recruiting…

2017 #GDRecruit Social Recap

Last week’s 1st annual Glassdoor Recruit event was a huge success. We had 340 in-person attendees and over 6,000 people tuned in on the livestream, who sent over 1,700 tweets throughout the day. The handle #gdrecruit trended on Twitter before the event even started and stayed strong throughout the day! We received tweets from countries…

The 3 Recruiting Mistakes You’re Making

Let’s face it. Hiring isn’t getting easier. Best practices that were considered cutting-edge five years ago are now passe and this fluctuation has many employers frustrated. Is your boss looking to you for answers? If you feel like you’re overwhelmed by the war for talent, consider adjusting your strategies by making sure you’re not making…

The 3 Recruiting Mistakes You’re Probably Making

Recruiting top talent has never been more competitive, and in today’s recruiting landscape, you can’t afford to make mistakes. But recent research from leading analyst firm IDC, suggests many companies are misallocating their budgets, misusing social media and putting too much faith in ineffective, outdated systems. Join the Webinar To help you avoid these recruiting…

How To Solve Recruiting Problems With Technology

It’s a tough time for recruiters. Unfilled positions and inefficient recruiting are costing employers, and the time it takes to fill positions is at an all-time high. As the need to efficiently fill empty positions continues to rise, so does the competition among employers for prized candidates. It’s important to nail down the right employee…

Employer Branding for Nonprofits

One of the key qualities of a strong employer brand is aligning employees around a mission. Deloitte research shows that “mission-driven” companies have 30 percent higher levels of innovation and 40 percent higher levels of retention, and they tend to best or second in their market segment. Mission is important for the next generation of…