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November 28

If you haven’t already installed our Facebook Job app, This post is meant to explain how the app works and provide some screenshots of the app in action! With our Facebook job app your company can post jobs and receive applications on Facebook pages. It’s a great tool for recruiting staff within Facebook. Easy to use and can be set up in minutes! for instructions on getting started, please visit our How to Install page.      

November 22

Receiving a new job offer is extremely exciting, but it’s very important that you don’t just jump into a decision. There are a range of issues that it’s important to consider before saying yes or no.   Salary Before even applying for jobs, you probably should have a desired salary range in mind, based upon industry, your experience and your job requirements. Do your research and consult people you know within the industry. Make sure that any job offer you get meets these expectations – you don’t want to sign up in the excitement and then come to terms with... Read More

November 17

An engaged workforce is key to creating a successful business. Through the engagement of your workforce, you’ll reap rewards through increased production, more inspired work and a much more jovial workplace environment. Engagement isn’t easy to develop. It must truly be cultivated by a leader who is truly motivated to create success and produce results. There are a number of ways in which leaders can do this, but the following three are the most important.   Inspire Genuine Connection Connecting with your employees is the best way to spark up production and a more positive office environment. Aiming to have... Read More

November 7

A period of unemployment doesn’t have to be a slow time for your career development, in fact if the time is spent wisely, it can be hugely beneficial for your career. Unemployment gives you a great opportunity to examine your skillset, your potential job opportunities and your career goals. Whatever your field, there’s always opportunities to continue to work even without classic 9-5 employment. Here are some tips that will help you spend your unemployment improving yourself and your chances of finding the perfect career opportunity.   Take up a volunteer position While simple, this rather easy solution for the... Read More

November 5

We’ve all heard how important portraying a professional presence online is, however what you don’t hear about is how many jobs are lost solely because of a unprofessional or weak social presence. Without any sense of exaggeration it can be said that social media is a necessity in today’s job world. It’s important you have profiles built-out to show off who you are, your achievements and job history. Being inactive on social media will, in many cases. jeopardize your chance at getting your dream job. Careerbuilder’s great infographic demonstrates just how many employers actively look at their employees or future... Read More

October 24

As we all know, social media has a multitude of uses, from helping us stay connected with friends and searching for jobs, to marketing, customer service, sales and recruitment. However, one area that is often overlooked is how businesses can use social networks internally. Internal social networks, also known as enterprise social networks (ESNs), can help to create a sense of community online and are particularly useful for businesses that are moving to mobile or are spread across multiple offices. If you’ve not considered how ESNs could benefit your business, take a look at some of the advantages below: Improved... Read More

October 17

It seems like right now is a great to be looking for a job. Steady growth seems to be a trend that’s going to continue in many industries, and U.S. unemployment rates are down below 5%. Whether you’re currently unemployed looking for a job, employed looking at your options or just coming out of school, now’s the time to look at something new. The job categories that grew the most this year have been Community and Social Service, which grew 14.61% and Computer and Mathematics, which grew by 14.49%. These two grew by far the most, however next up with slightly... Read More

October 15

Finding the right person to take over a role at your company is challenging. It often costs thousands of dollars just to fill one low- to mid-level position, and even more for management positions. That’s why assuring that each hire you make is successful is of utmost importance in today’s business world. Studies have found that new hires are one of the biggest factor in creating animosity and discord in the office. On top of that, in a 2014 survey done by BambooHR, it was discovered that one-third of the 1,000 respondents said they had quit a job within the first... Read More

September 28

So … You’ve rolled out your social recruiting strategy and have begun to see results… You’re sharing job posts, promoting your company employer brand and engaging with candidates. What now? It’s time to let everybody else know about all of the great work that you’ve been doing! Creating a social recruiting report is the most effective way to communicate your progress. Instead of just telling your boss what you’ve been up to why not show them? With a social recruiting report you can use visuals to communicate ideas more clearly, charts and graphs to show your progress over time, and... Read More

September 21

69% of job seekers would not take a job at a company with a poor employer brand. (Source) Millennials value a workplace culture-fit more than any generation before them. And, every year, more candidates turn to social media to assess potential employers and to look for work. Companies cannot reach today’s candidates without creating a strong, visible employer brand, engaging job seekers on social media, and selling the heck out of their culture. In short, companies need to start marketing themselves to potential hires if they want to win the war for talent. The key to marketing is connecting with... Read More