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HR Tech World takeaways: employer branding tools and international hiring tips


From Day Two, we’ve sharing employer branding tools that won’t bust your budget, GoodGame Studio’s process for hiring their international team, and what HR can learn from a Digital Prophet. Employer branding that won’t break the bank. Cristina Garlington (@CrisGarlington) October 28, 2015. Flipagram, 1secondeveryday, hyperlapse, thunderclap = great, free employer branding tools shared by @DearKat #HRTechWorld on iRecruit stage.

Top 50 HR Twitterati – 2015


Jennifer McClure (@JenniferMcClure) May 22, 2015. — Matt Buckland (@ElSatanico) June 6, 2015. Craig Fisher is the CEO of TalentNet and a renowned employer brand expert. His digital branding methods have been adopted by top companies such as LinkedIn, Zappos, and Hootsuite. Syndicated blogger and CEO, founder of TenFold Social Training consultancy. Dayjob as Snr Director of Employment Branding and Sourcing at ADP.

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The state of small business hiring in 2015


This means that nine out of ten Workable customers are small businesses. Workable was built for them , and thanks to businesses like these, we have the fastest growing hiring software in America. In October 2015, small businesses created over 80% of all new jobs.

Evolution of a company retreat: from product updates to breaking bread


Workable CEO Nikos Moraitakis calls his company’s own tradition of the company retreat simply as “the summit”. The only person who wasn’t in Athens at the time was Workable’s Vice President of Partnerships, Rob Long , in London. Some people call it a corporate retreat.

How to build a social media recruitment strategy: An FAQ guide


Social media sourcing: Tools, training and process. How does employer brand help social recruiting? Where can I find training courses for recruiting with social media? Improves employer branding. Good brands prompt more candidates to apply for open roles.