Freshly released onto Recsite is a new tab for Hired. This shows all candidates who have their Candidate Status set to Hired.

The Hired tab has replaced Archived Candidates as the fourth tab under the Candidates section of the software. Archived candidates can now be found by filtering all candidates by the status Archived.

 

As part of their driver recruitment campaign our production team created a short trailer to attract potential drivers into the company.

An integrated landing page was also created to target local drivers to AllWest via the CoachUSA recruiting system.

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Positive employee environments, a human touch and morale-boosting office perks are the points that can help win the fight for talent. Once you have achieved all this, your employer brand can shine like a beacon out on a world of talent. A strong employer brand can be your PR machine working constantly to attract your target group through personalised and powerful content.

We are pleased to offer you the chance of advertising your jobs using Indeed Premium.

When advertising a job on your Recsite simply choose Indeed Premium from 'Post to External Sites'

A good job advert is crucial to attract the right candidates to apply. Here we offer some constructive tips for writing the perfect job description. Even in tough economic times, good candidates are at a premium. It's important, therefore, to ensure that in any job description you are selling your company and promoting your employer brand.

As social media as a key recruiting tool emerges, it is vital that you make the most out of your social recruitment campaign and consistently promote your employer brand. A key feature of Recsite is one-click job posting to all your social media sites, so ensuring that your online presence is powerful and relevant is essential. In this article, we focus on Twitter as a recruiting tool and how you can use it to your advantage. 

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"Work Culture isn’t a foosball table or trust falls. It isn’t policy. It isn’t the Christmas party or the company picnic. Those are objects and events, not culture. And it’s not a slogan, either. Culture is action, not words."

REWORK by Jason Fried, David Henemeir Hansson 2010



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