February 2017

RecruiterWEB Geek

When you advertise a new position your candidates are typically people who are actively looking for jobs. They're people who are either unemployed, or who are employed and looking for a new position. That seems obvious, but there's a segment of the market that's not applying—passive job seekers. They're the people who are employed and are happy where they are, but would be open to...

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Hard work

Recruiters are bashed on the LinkedIn platform hourly, as those who follow my posts know. I like to bash back as I have been a recruiter and now I supply websites to recruiters. Here is a mind-numbingly moronic behavior by some candidates and it is getting larger daily. When you sign up with a recruitment website, it will in most cases send you an email to...

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Marking hard or not?

Here is some really great work by the guys over at Recruitment Grapevine. Here they discuss the habits which can lose job seekers work and get them into trouble. The work that these guys produce is always of high quality and we think it is well worth a read. The posts starts with the following: Chewing gum, turning up late, and even swearing – things recruiters...

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say what?

Here is just a fantastic piece of reasearch from DPG. They have broken down in a very clear and concise way what employees are doing on Google. Fab research for anyone wanting to find topics that they get create content for, for the passive job seeker. I mean how long would you want to work with a room full of racists? The blog begins with the...

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