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What Recruiters Can Learn From Marrying Pre- and Post-Applicant Data

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It was left on a SmashFly blog post about source of influence in 2015, and I've cited it a handful of times since: "There is rarely a single source of hire in today's hyper-connected reality. Yet almost three years later, this is still what talent acquisition leaders are doing: Relying on a single source of application as a benchmark for investing millions of dollars and resources into certain channels and strategies.

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Top 4 Reasons Talent Pipelines are A No-Brainer

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million people were employed on a full-time basis , and let’s assume every one of them is up for grabs. So, my math tells me that there are quite a few people out there who may one day be on your radar for employment. According to Bersin by Deloite’s Benchmarking Talent Acquisition: Increasing Spend, Cost Per Hire, and Time to Fill report in April 2015, the cost per hire in 2014 was nearly $4,000. Think of those millions of people in different stages of employment.

How to Better Use Employee Stories in Your Recruitment Marketing Strategy

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For more insights on recruitment marketing best practices employed by the world’s leading organizations, get a free download of SmashFly’s Recruitment Marketing Report Card for the 2015 Fortune 500. . This September, SmashFly researched and evaluated every 2015 Fortune 500 organization’s career site 13 unique recruitment marketing practices. However, very few will complete an application ― 74% drop off based on the most recent SmashFly data.