GlobalRecruitingRoundtable.com is always interested in bloggers with indepth knowledge and experience of Employer Branding, e-HRM, Recruitment & Selection. That may be a guest blogger, but we also welcome bloggers to write regular content. Do you have an interesting topic about recruitment, a new product launch, career event to promote, launching a new employer branding campaign, or you do you miss any important messages? Please let us know. Of course we are always interested to hear your feedback. Contact Jacco Valkenburg for more information.
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- 1 Posted on January 23, 2013Since the inception of Google+, it has touched almost every corner of Google – Gmail, YouTube, Android, and more have received a bit of Google+ magic. Recently that touch has extended to a lesser known but very important Google service – its job search page, which lists open positions at […]
- 0 Posted on August 12, 2012The brand new Mobile Recruitment Conference takes place in London on the 23rd October 2012 featuring the latest case studies and information from leading practitioners and companies. Mobile Is No Longer An Optional Extra Only having your careers and jobs information accessible via a desktop or laptop is no longer […]
- 0 Posted on January 24, 2011If you’re a corporate recruiter, you know that some of your best prospective candidates for those open requisitions are already in the building – so to speak. The trick is in finding them. Unless employees proactively apply for the job (and depending on your company this could be unlikely), how […]
- 1 Posted on September 30, 2010Over a year ago, I wrote about the changes in the job board world. I also promised myself I wouldn’t write about job boards ‘dying’ for at least a year. In the meantime, Jacco Valkenburg wrote a great post about “Job Boards 2020“, making some excellent observations about where job […]
- 0 Posted on July 26, 2010Before getting to my five thesis, two tiny mental games: If you envision an image of a company is assembled by its Product-, Employer- and finally its Company Brand and you would consider the Company Brand and/or the Product Brand gone; what will remain? The Employer Brand. Try this evaluation […]