Recruiting has become marketing

Chloé Delolme / December 29, 2015
Category : Recruitment, Recruitment advice, Recruitment news and technology

Over the years, recruiting has become marketing: it is not just about finding the right fit for your position anymore. Recruitment is about attracting job seekers to apply for your company in the first place, but also about providing a positive candidate experience and retaining top talent. It is about conveying an authentic message out there to the public so that unsuccessful candidates do not feel rejected, and former employees still feel very strongly about their past employers.

The best website for finding work

Chloé Delolme / December 22, 2015
Category : Jobseeker, Jobseeker advice

Released on December 16, 2015, the latest report by The Boston Consulting Group and Recruit Works Institute reviews findings from over 13,000 job seeker respondents in 13 different countries. Considered one of the largest global surveys of job seekers, the study shows that 55% of job seekers use the Internet to look for employment and 33% rate Internet job sites as the most effective channel for finding a job.

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Monkey tie introduces new approach to employment with Job Hacker

Chloé Delolme / December 15, 2015
Category : Job board information, Job board news, Specialist job boards

French innovative job site Monkey tie created the first online store for employment. Launched on December 8, 2015, Job Hacker helps Monkey tie diversify after the growing success of the professional development platform. Described as the ‘Amazon’ for employment, Job Hacker mainly targets young graduates, self-employed professionals and workers changing career.

Jobsite want to expand candidate search

Chloé Delolme / November 24, 2015
Category : Job board information, Job board news

Jobsite announced collaboration with location-based search software iGeolise on November 20, 2015. Among their two core products, the TravelTime platform is a fully featured API that enables users to search content by the travel time and transport mode of their choice. With the addition of such technology, Jobsite wants to provide more relevant results for recruiters sourcing candidates: focus is on commute time rather than just distance as the crow flies.