LinkedIn is Not a Dynamic Recruiting CRM. Stop Treating It Like One. - Part Two

TalentCircles

By Jessica Miller-Merrell Check out part 1 in this blog series on the CRM. You’ve probably seen by now that LinkedIn shook the recruiting world momentarily when it changed its policy on downloading connections and contact information, requiring a waiting period of up to 72 hours.

LinkedIn is Not a Dynamic Recruiting CRM. Stop Treating It Like One. - Part One

TalentCircles

By Jessica Miller-Merrell LinkedIn is one of the most valuable tools a recruiter has at his or her disposal today. Before this change, a recruiter could simply download a list of their connections. As I said above, LinkedIn is a wonderful tool, but a dynamic CRM it is not.

My 2017 Recruiting Challenge — Get More Sourced Candidates Interested

Jeff Waldman

In a couple of conversations the topic of talent came up, specifically the likely continued challenges we will face recruiting talent to software development related jobs. With software developers getting bombarded on a daily basis by recruiters what will you do to make them interested in you? In fact, it was the exact same with the only difference being the product being sold. By the way, if you don’t use Twitter and you’re a Recruiter you need to change that.

Conference Twitter Primer #EBrandCon

HRmarketer

ATS, HRTech, Passive candidate, Recruiting Process, Recruiting Software, candidate experience, employee benefits, employee engagement, employer branding, recruitment marketing, talent acquisition, time tracking, work life balance, Employee Advocacy.

5 Powerful HR & Recruiting Tech Trends in 2016

Workology

HR and recruiting technology purchases are on the rise as businesses and their senior leaders scramble to hire faster, retain employers better and ride the wave in the bull market we are experiencing. In looking back at 2015, and now forward in 2016, I remain optimistic about the market and about the advancements, improvements and evolution I’m seeing, not just in HR and recruiting technologies, but in the entire HR industry. The market is booming.

HCM Software Marketplace – A Look Back at 2016 and a Look Forward to 2017

HRchitect

Innovations in Employee Engagement (Live H2H, Highground), Assessment (Pinsight, Pymetrics), and Recruitment CRM / Marketing (Yello, Crowded.com), were most notable to me. All major HCM Vendors posted strong product sales throughout 2016, as companies replaced legacy systems and looked to globalize their HCM processes. Recruitment = Marketing”, while growing in the past 2 years, will be a standard in 2017. Written by: Jacqueline Kuhn.

The ATS Alone Is Not Enough

TalentCulture

The traditional recruiting process exemplified by the ATS has been focused on the bottom half of the funnel, similar to sales, with the main goal of hiring qualified applicants. We want it to help our recruiters market our jobs and employer brand better.

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The ATS Alone Is Not Enough

SAP Innovation

The traditional recruiting process exemplified by the ATS has been focused on the bottom half of the funnel, similar to sales, with the main goal of hiring qualified applicants. We want it to help our recruiters market our jobs and employer brand better.