Tag: recruiting tools

Immersion: Mapping The Original Social Network In Your Inbox

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
Immersion: Mapping The Original Social Network In Your Inbox

Immersion, out from MIT Labs (so you know it’s gotta be legit), claims to provide a “people centric view of your e-mail life,” which, according to their website, provide “a detailed description of our personal and professional history” that’s “older than the web.”  By logging in through a secure server through a GMail, MS Exchange […]

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EMail Finder: How To Source Anyone’s Work E-Mail For Free

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
EMail Finder: How To Source Anyone’s Work E-Mail For Free

Finding and validating work e-mail addresses is a key step in any sourcing process, but even for the most experienced recruiters, it’s a task that’s often incredibly time-consuming and arduous, not to mention an inexact science at best.  That’s why I’m always on the look out for new tools and shortcuts to this part of […]

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SellHack: The Free Sourcing Tool That’s Got LinkedIn On the Defense

| April 1, 2014 | 2 Comments
SellHack: The Free Sourcing Tool That’s Got LinkedIn On the Defense

SellHack is one of those rare tools that actually delivers as promised, meets a real recruiting need and actually lives up to the hype – which isn’t easy to do, considering the amount of buzz and word of mouth that this emerging startup has built up in a relatively short amount of time.  What makes […]

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SMS, Staffing & Simplicity: Meet TextRecruit

| March 24, 2014 | 1 Comment
SMS, Staffing & Simplicity: Meet TextRecruit

For the past few weeks now, I have been testing out a new mobile recruiting tool called TextRecruit. I don’t say this about many tools and sourcing technologies, but I’ve fallen in love. While I’ve been using texting as a method for contacting candidates for some time now, I can do it better, faster and track […]

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Bullhorn S Release Improves Recruiter Speed, Efficiency

| March 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
Bullhorn S Release Improves Recruiter Speed, Efficiency

Winning market share in the extremely crowded, hypercompetitive marketplace of applicant tracking system (ATS) providers has become increasingly difficult for emerging and established players alike. Even as SaaS delivery moves from the margins to the mainstream, ostensibly cutting costs and time associated with system implementation and integration, the battle for ATS customers has created an […]

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eiTalent: Getting To the Core of Your Culture

| February 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
eiTalent: Getting To the Core of Your Culture

One of the most reliable indicators of quality of hire is the ever-elusive concept of “fit,” but accurately predicting whether or not a candidate actually clicks with your culture can be exceedingly difficult. Even for employers and recruiters actually able to objectify such a seemingly subjective concept, finding the right candidate for your company’s core […]

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How Job Seekers Really Use Glassdoor Reviews

| January 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
How Job Seekers Really Use Glassdoor Reviews

As an HR analyst at Software Advice, a company that connects businesses with recruiting software vendors, Erin Osterhaus frequently conducts market-research on recruiting and talent management technologies. Recently, Osterhaus wanted to see what impact Glassdoor reviews actually have on a job seeker’s decision to apply for (and accept) a job.  So, she surveyed a total […]

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HireVue Acquisition of Reschedge Creates Killer Combo for Recruiters

| January 13, 2014 | 0 Comments
HireVue Acquisition of Reschedge Creates Killer Combo for Recruiters

Last week, HireVue announced its acquisition of Reschedge, the self-proclaimed “world’s most advanced interviewing scheduling software.” The brainchild of MIT grad and Google alum Jon Kennel, it took a little over a year for Reschedge to build a base of over 50 clients at companies like Quora and Foursquare, an impressive testament to its proof […]

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Executive Briefing: Greenhouse.io

| January 3, 2014 | 0 Comments
Executive Briefing: Greenhouse.io

It’s no secret that as far as categories go, the Applicant Tracking System is the enterprise technology equivalent of the Zach Morris cell phone – too big, too inflexible, technologically anachronistic and obviously a couple decades behind the times.  But with the rise of SaaS, social and big data, times, they are a changin’, and […]

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Jobs Feeds with @LinkedIn Jobs: Recruiters need to get on board

| October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
Jobs Feeds with @LinkedIn Jobs: Recruiters need to get on board

It’s big, It’s bad, It’s LinkedIn Jobs and it’s changing. This time for the better. Recruiters, if you do not already own groups, manage groups or have a direct line of sight to groups of your own or clients, you’ll want to look at this and reconsider your views.

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