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Industry Buzz: How to sell without selling, and get the most out of social media

June 27, 2012 | posted in: Industry Buzz | tagged as: Training, Selling, Social Media, Sales, Links, Employee Relations, Hr
Too little time and too much to read? We've rounded up some of the best articles from around the web to help you get the most out of your reading time. This week: why it's not impolite to multitask in a meeting, how to sell by not selling, how to give feedback to an employee, LinkedIn tips and tricks, and how social media is changing selling.

Industry Buzz: Wellness, Turnover, Social Media

June 11, 2012 | posted in: Industry Buzz | tagged as: Selling, Employee Relations, Sales, Hr, Training, Links, Social Media
Too little time and too much to read? We've rounded up some of the best articles from around the web to help you get the most out of your reading time. This week: what to do when wellness programs fail, how to manage turnover, Twitter tools you aren't using (yet), managing your career (in just 9 minutes), and must-have apps for salespeople.

Industry Buzz: Hiring the Right People (for the Wrong Reasons)

August 10, 2012 | posted in: Industry Buzz | tagged as: Resumes, Social Media, Links, Facebook, Hiring, Operations, Hr, Linkedin, Metrics, Company Culture
This week in the industry buzz: how to derail the hiring process (and what you can do to fix it), five red flags to watch out in sales manager resumes, why Facebook is becoming a lonelier place, how you should really measure your HR data, why LinkedIn has become overrun by recruiters, and how to build a positive company culture.

Industry Buzz: Asking all the right questions, LinkedIn profile makeovers, and employee engagement

August 30, 2012 | posted in: Industry Buzz | tagged as: Interview Questions, Talent Management, Social Media, Recruitment Process, Hr, Recruiting, Hiring, Employee Engagement
This week in the industry buzz: What’s on the horizon for LinkedIn’s next round of updates (hint: you might want to start updating your summary); the candidate questions you should be listening for in interviews; how to tell if an interview is going well (and what to do if it’s not); best practices for building a more engaged workforce; who’s really using social media (and where to find them); and how to hire the best people—every time.

Building a Better Recruiting Experience: How First Impressions Make or Break the Hiring Process

October 30, 2012 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Recruiting, Hiring, Employer Branding, Interviewing, Human Resources, Company Culture, Hr, Applicant Experience, Recruitment Advertising, Social Media
Companies have more ways than before of building their candidate pools. Tech savvy employers using multiple sources are able generate an influx of candidates. Yet, online channels allow not just employers, but potential employees to spread the word—good or bad—about job opportunities on a larger scale. For some employers, the ramifications of such widespread sharing can be downright scary.

Industry Buzz: Ramping Up Recruiting to End December With A Bang

December 11, 2012 | posted in: Industry Buzz | tagged as: Hiring Process, Hiring, Linkedin, Recruiting, Social Media, Company Culture, Recruiting Process, Job Search, Job Postings, Links, Innovation, Technology
This week in the industry buzz: Why December is the most wonderful time of the year (for recruiting); 5 simple ways to increase job applications; why recruiters need to become more efficient (or be left in the dust); how LinkedIn is blazing new trails by allowing employees to graze on their own projects; the history of the text message; and how the job hunt is evolving.

7 Simple Ways to Market Your Open Jobs

December 18, 2012 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Social Media, Job Postings, Career Centers, Hr, Marketing, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Recruitment Advertising, Recruitment Branding, Hiring
As December draws to a close, hiring managers, recruiters, and Human Resources professionals are looking ahead to 2013 and considering their hiring strategy. Most know which and how many positions will be open, and are already starting to reach out to their professional networks and mine their internal databases to fill those jobs as quickly as possible.

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