With the recruiting landscape rapidly shifting, the strategy for attracting and reaching today’s top talent requires a modern, multichannel approach. Recruiters have to think beyond e-mails, LinkedIn, and Glassdoor. They need to evolve and find better, faster ways to reach candidates where they are: on their phones.
The best source of hire continues to be employee referrals.
Everyone knows that recruiting the best job candidates is essential to the success of your company. However, with so many businesses competing for the same people, all companies need to invest in technologies and strategies that improve their recruitment efforts. One of the most effective ways to enhance recruitment is the use of mobile keywords. […]
Attracting qualified applicants to your job opening involves a lot of grunt work, but finding a way to automate the recruitment process will save you both time and money. Texting is the fastest and most widely used form of communication that streamlines how you engage qualified applicants, share news and information, and schedule interviews. Here […]
By using short message service (SMS), the official name for text messaging, and multimedia message service (MMS), messages that support short videos, single images or slideshows, and audio clips, recruiters are interacting with job candidates in ways that are proving convenient and highly effective.
In yesterday’s Advisor, expert Matt Adam, speaking at the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Talent Management Conference and Exhibition, held recently in San Diego, debunked three myths of mobile recruiting. Today, a good example of a mobile site, plus several ways to engage in mobile recruiting. For a good example of a site, Adam […]
Here’s what the court said: In analyzing the facts of this case, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania had to determine whether the company was negligent and, if so, whether negligence caused Wyatt’s injury. In addition, the court had to decide whether Wyatt knew before the accident that he was required […]
A worker, who was not wearing work gloves when he was injured, claimed that his employer did not instruct him that wearing the leather gloves was a mandatory safety precaution. What Happened “Wyatt” started working for SMS Rail Lines in February 2006 as a boom truck operator and railroad track laborer. As required, he passed […]
In the case of Freitick v. SMS Rail Lines, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania had to determine whether the company was negligent and, if so, whether negligence caused the employee’s injuries. In addition, the court had to decide whether the employee knew before the accident that he was required to […]
A worker, who was not wearing work gloves when he was injured, sued his employer, claiming that the employer did not instruct him that wearing leather gloves was a mandatory safety precaution. The employee started working for SMS Rail Lines in February 2006 as a boom truck operator and railroad track laborer. As required, he […]