Recruiterbox and the Facets of a Robust Recruiting Strategy

Today, there is much more mindful consideration regarding whether or not there is a true business need for a specific role. Organizational leaders have found that spending the time to rethink and reevaluate a specific role’s requirements often leads to different and better candidates.
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Using Social Media: Create A LinkedIn Alumni Group

Many people I talk to think LinkedIn is primarily for job seekers or recruiters but there are so many other ways to use the site. I use it to search for information and articles, I do research on companies, I find information about people I am networking with and I also use the Groups feature to stay in close contact with other professionals with similar interests. Read More …

Recruiting Tactics: Would You Move For A Better Job?

According to the 2012 Workforce Mobility Survey, “Two factors are most likely to increase a candidate’s willingness to relocate- higher salary (reported by 82% of HR professionals) and career advancement (reported by 79%). Three factors are most likely to limit or restrict willingness to relocate: spousal employment situation (80%), children’s plans/ schools (72%), and selling a home/ mortgage (69%). Read More …

Work/Life Unity: Leader’s Series

That is why my focus is on work/life unity.

Unity, or “wholeness”, takes into consideration that I am made up of all these roles. How much time I spend on each one in a given day varies from day to day, and that is what works for me. So, how have I made it work? Three words: flexibility, sacrifice, and decisiveness. Read More …