Employer Tips

The Power of Small HR Data

Over ninety percent of U.S. executives agree that using HR data is important but less than ten percent believe they know how to use data in HR. It doesn’t have to be this way.

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Social Media Tips to Promote Your Employer Brand

Candidates value being able to engage with potential employers on popular social platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube. The best employers place a high value on being where candidates expect them to be.

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How to Create an Effective Employee Value Proposition

Use this hack to create an effective employee value proposition to help attract and engage more of the right people to your company.

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How to Source Candidates During an Executive Search Process

This hack will show you how to source candidates during an executive search process to help you identify your next senior hire.

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How to Conduct an Employer Brand Study

Conducting an employer brand study to uncover your authentic employer brand plays a pivotal role in sharing what your company stands for and what you expect from others.

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How to Set Up And Use Workable Recruiting Software

As part of a larger client project, we recently led the selection and implementation of Workable (http://www.workable.com).

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How to Use Talent Market Mapping to Identify More Right-fit Candidates

Many of the best companies use talent market mapping to identify pools of potential “right-fit” candidate for a particular job.

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Candidate Journey Maps Improve Attraction and Engagement

Candidate journey maps help to identify and describe the touch-points and experience that a candidate has with the organization.

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How to Improve Talent Attraction, Engagement and Motivation at Work

It’s a typical story. You hire the right person and they show up at your new job excited to be a part of the company and team. During the interview process, you got the impression they were going to fit in and be happy – and stay a very long time.

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Employer Branding 101 for Heads of Marketing

You’ve probably already heard somewhere that a corporate brand must be best in its class, have a unique set of attributes, or be the cheapest in it’s class – for it to be number one or two and to claim consumer “mind share”. If it doesn’t “own” one of these three perceptions, then it might be weak in the mind of the consumer.

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