10 Articles Recruiters Shared The Most This Week

September 13, 2014

In case you need a stimulating read, here’s a great list for you.

We took a look at the articles staffing and corporate recruiters shared the most on LinkedIn during the last 7 days and posted them below.

This week Greg Savage shares an important insight with recruitment agencies: “Build a candidate acquisitions strategy around candidate INTENTION. Not getting their ATTENTION.” According to him, many staffing firms still operate with the old-school mindset of exhausting resources and time on grabbing candidates’ attention. Whether it’s posting job ads with flashy titles or using social media without a thoughtful strategy, Savage claims that there is a much more efficient way to find/close the best. Invest time and effort in figuring out their intentions with marketing automation, talent communities, and candidate-care programs. Read the full post for more.

Here are the rest of the top posts for this week:

  1. 3 Things You Should Do Before Applying to Any Job Posting – by Lou Adler

  2. Experience Is Overrated — Arguments for Hiring Talented Individuals Without Perfect Credentials – by Dr. John Sullivan

  3. How Top Recruiters Source Talent on Facebook – by Shahid Wazed

  4. 6 Networking Mistakes to Avoid

  5. The Real Reason Companies Are Taking So Long To Hire – by Paul Petrone

  6. 11 Things Recruiters Want You to Know -- Emily Ceskavich

  7. The Secret to Candidate Acquisition that No-one EVER Told You! – by Greg Savage

  8. Dueling Job Offers: How to Make a Decision – by Julie Rains

  9. Crucial Soft Skills and How to Sell Them During Your Job Interview – by Carrie-Anne McGrath

  10. 5 Misconceptions About Recruiting Accounting Employees – by Lisa Sibley

What article stood out for you this week?

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