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Apr 4

Things I Learned at Greenhouse OPEN #ghOPEN

Hey gang! I’m on the road this week at the Greenhouse OPEN. What’s Greenhouse? It’s one of the top ATSs on the planet – but you already know that if you read my blog! The Greenhouse OPEN is basically their user conference, where Greenhouse users and those considering using Greenhouse come together as Talent Acquisition […]

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Mar 28

Career Confessions from GenZ: Are You Recruiting Me on YouTube?

In the past few years, I have developed a new obsession: gymnastics. I have gone full on gymnastics crazy. I watch all of the meets I can and often will go the Michigan Women’s gymnastics meets alone because I don’t want the distraction of having to entertain a friend! Although I don’t exactly know the […]

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Mar 26

SpamBrands: Is there really any difference between Employment Brands?

I have a belief that 9 out of 10 employment brands are exactly the same. Meaning, if you were to really go out and ask candidates to give you specific differences between employment brands, they wouldn’t be able to tell brands apart. EB #1 only hires the best talent, treats their employees with dignity and […]

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Mar 5

The One Word Recruiters Use to Describe Themselves That’s a Lie!

Did you catch the article on LinkedIn by Lydia Abbot, The Top 10 Words Recruiters Use to Describe Themselves? If not, go check it out. Lydia is a content marketer for LinkedIn and she puts out some good stuff based on inside data LI data. In this piece, she basically gave us the Top 10 […]

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Feb 15

1% of Job Descriptions have Pictures or Video! Why?

Smashfly, the enterprise recruitment marketing platform, released their 2018 Recruitment Marketing Benchmark Report this week and it’s loaded with data. As you can see from the image above, some things have gotten better than others! What’s up with Job Description and why the hell can’t we figure this out!?  So, apparently, we are really against […]

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Feb 14

Career Confessions from GenZ: What Does GenZ Want From You at a Career Fair?

Career Confessions from GenZ is a weekly series authored by Cameron Sackett, a Sophomore at the Univesity of Michigan majoring in Communications and Advertising. Make sure you connect with him on LinkedIn: Honestly, there is nothing more terrifying to me than a career fair! It seems almost like speed dating, where you have to make […]

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Feb 7

Career Confessions from GenZ: How Does GenZ Want You to Communicate With Them?

Career Confessions from GenZ is a weekly series authored by Cameron Sackett, a Sophomore at the Univesity of Michigan majoring in Communications and Advertising. Make sure you connect with him on LinkedIn: One of the things that my generation is most notorious for is our cell phone usage. According to The Washington Post, current teens […]

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Jan 22

The Top 100 Fortune 500 Employment Brands Report @WilsonHCG

RPO provider WilsonHCG released their annual Employment Brands Report for 2018. The report lists the top 100 employment brands based on an algorithm Wilson put together, and they are: #1 – Johnson & Johnson #2 – Intel #3 – IBM #4 – Lockheed Martin #5 – Proctor & Gamble #6 – General Motors #7 – J.P. […]

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Jan 17

Generational Profiling – The Newest Trend in Recruiting!

We all have heard and know what Racial Profiling is, right? Well, we get to add something new to our toolbox in recruiting, Generational Profiling! Targeting someone because of their race is awful and illegal. Targeting someone based on their age is no different. It’s called it Generational Profiling and we are in the middle […]

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Jan 4

Is Your Organization Using HR Tech for Good or Evil?

Right before Christmas when things were crazy and no one was paying attention, something happened in the HR Tech world that didn’t get much press. This happens at certain times. It’s why corporations, governments, etc. release bad news on Fridays at 5 pm. It gets buried during the weekend. The thing that happened was the announcement […]

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