Alyssa Sittig

Posts by Alyssa Sittig

  • 4 Easy Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Job Post Performance

    January 17, 2017

    If you’re looking for general best practices and techniques for writing great job descriptions, then this blog post is unfortunately not for you. Try this one, or perhaps this one. But, if you're sitting on a LinkedIn Job Post that isn't getting much traction or getting ready to write your next one, read on. The four tips below are proven methods for boosting...

  • How to Throw a LinkedIn Profile Makeover Party (and Boost Your Employer Brand in the Process)

    December 13, 2016

    When you’ve got a great employer brand, every aspect of talent acquisition from sourcing and outreach to engagement and retention gets easier. The data backs it up: our Global Recruiting Trends 2017 found that 80% of talent and HR managers around the world believe a great brand makes it easier to recruit top talent. One of the surest ways to boost your employer...

  • Marriott International Shares Its Secret To Driving Employee Engagement

    August 18, 2016

    We’ve heard time and time again that organizations with engaged employees are more successful. But Marriott International’s Executive Vice President and Global Chief HR Officer David Rodriguez has the data to back it up. Every year, Marriott surveys its associates around the world to monitor the health of their work environment, culture, and employee engagement....

  • 3 Tactics Savvy Recruiters Use to Fill Roles Faster

    July 14, 2016

    If you feel like you’re the only one working harder and still struggling to fill your open roles, think again. A recent Bersin study...

  • 11 Facts You Should Know About Talent Brand

    October 8, 2015

    How much do you know about talent brand? You know, the totally public version of your employer brand that encompasses what talent...

  • 4 Pitfalls to Avoid When Measuring Your Talent Brand

    September 17, 2015

    "Your talent brand strategy isn't working." These are the last words you want to hear from your boss. But if you aren't adequately...