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Online Solutions to Streamline the Recruiting Process

In the post, I will recommend online methods to integrate into the recruiting process to create greater efficiency and time for human resources staff to attend to more personalized tasks. I will discuss the benefits of utilizing AI and algorithms during the initial candidate screening step to better manage large candidate databases. As well as, additional online safeguards to ensure face-to-face meetings with potential employees are a worthwhile investment of HR personnel’s time. I will mention helpful tasks that can be sent to interested applicants and completed during their own schedule, such as links to background checks and online skills assessments. I will point out how a combination of these types of solutions will assist recruiters with more expediently arriving at their final selection process and ultimate hiring of the most suitable job seeker.

Paula S.

Paula S.

New York, United States

Jobs Completed 7 Customer Ratings 6 Job Success 6/7 (85%)

Short Blog Post $49.50

Look Around the Room- Recruiting from Within

Hello, I am thinking of a blog post touching on the key benefits of recruiting from within a company. This post will likely be comprised of 3 short paragraphs elaborating on the following points: 1. Both costs and training periods are reduced. 2. Employee morale and motivation are positively affected. 3. Key talent is retained. I will also include links to referenced articles. Thank you, Kelvin

Kelvin D.

Kelvin D.

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Jobs Completed 4 Customer Ratings 3 Job Success 4/4 (100%)

Short Blog Post $53.25

The Benefits (and the Pitfalls) of Remote Working

Remote working is becoming increasingly popular both with workers and employees. This article will outline several of the benefits of remote working (EG: research has found that employees allowed to work remotely take fewer sick days), as well as several of the pitfalls (EG: remote employees are entirely dependent on technology). It will conclude that you should consider these points when deciding if remote working is right for you or your employees.

Krishan C.

Krishan C.

England, United Kingdom

Jobs Completed 109 Customer Ratings 61 Job Success 108/109 (99%)

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3 Mobile Technologies to Improve Recruiting Success

This article will detail 3 mobile application features that help businesses enhance HR recruiting. Subheadings may include topics, such as mobile accounts, remote interviews, or job matching.

Aminah P.

Jobs Completed 9 Customer Ratings 5 Job Success 8/9 (88%)

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5 Ways to Use Social Media to Recruit Employees

Facebook has a jobs section. LinkedIn allows you to explore people's talents and skills with ease. Even looking at an Instagram or Twitter account allows employers to see what types of activities their potential candidates are interested in and see if their values align with the company's. Using social media is extremely beneficial in recruiting employees and finding those who seem best fit for the job.

Brandi S.

Brandi S.

Holland, Michigan, United States

Jobs Completed 67 Customer Ratings 12 Job Success 67/67 (100%)

Short Blog Post $82.50

5 Interview Tips Recruiters Are on the Lookout For

Sample intro: Heading into a job interview today? Before you prepare your perfect pitch, find out what recruiters today are really looking for when they are hiring a new employee. Read on for five insider tips that could help you land your dream job today! Sample topics: enthusiasm, team players (using "we" over "I"), grit, etc.

Maria B.

Maria B.

Laval, Québec, Canada

Jobs Completed 39 Customer Ratings 23 Job Success 39/39 (100%)

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Using Social Media to Recruit and Incent Employees

Social media can be used to recruit employees, with employers looking to sites like Facebook and Twitter for helpful details about a potential employee's background, level of responsibility, and more. It can also be used to incent employees, offering social media recognition on the company's website as a way to get workers to do better. I'll delve into both areas and why they work well in today's day and age.

Brandi S.

Brandi S.

Holland, Michigan, United States

Jobs Completed 63 Customer Ratings 9 Job Success 63/63 (100%)

Short Blog Post $49.50

4 Ways to Recruit with Instagram

A short blog post outlining how to find hires on Instagram using organic methods and paid advertising: posts, Instagram stories, IGTV, and paid boosts/ads.

Lauren E.

Lauren E.

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Jobs Completed 19 Customer Ratings 11 Job Success 17/19 (89%)

Short Blog Post $57.50

Hiring Through Facebook: How to Use Facebook Job Postings Effectively

This article will discuss Facebook's new job posting feature and how business can use it to hire new workers. It will discuss the kinds of jobs that are best hired for on Facebook, as well as some best practices for posting jobs there.

Duncan R.

Duncan R.

Peoria, Illinois, United States

Jobs Completed 137 Customer Ratings 76 Job Success 132/137 (96%)

Short Blog Post $51.25

Which Questions Should You Always Ask in an Interview?

Everyone knows you should ask your interviewer some questions at every job interview, but which questions make the best impression? This blog lists five great questions that make candidates look professional and focused.

Mabh S.

Mabh S.

Leeds, England, United Kingdom

Jobs Completed 93 Customer Ratings 39 Job Success 92/93 (98%)

Short Blog Post $60.00

Burnout Prevention: How To Keep Your Valuable Employees on the Job

This article will examine how to retain your best talent. Topics will include career development and planning, providing frequent feedback, and flexible/remote working policies.

Ray S.

Ray S.

New York, New York, United States

Jobs Completed 109 Customer Ratings 66 Job Success 108/109 (99%)

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Make Sure Your Candidate is Qualified for Your Available Position

When recruiting people for specific jobs, it is critical to make sure they are qualified for those positions. There is not much worse than taking the time to orient and train someone, then finding out they have no real aptitude for it.

Lisa R K.

Lisa R K.

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Jobs Completed 0 Customer Ratings 0

Short Blog Post $65.00

5 Interview Mistakes That Make Candidates Decline Your Offer

Don't introduce them to your staff, assume they're desperate for a job, don't ask about their goals, don't thank them for their time, and complain about your firm's high turnover rate. The post would be based on my experience as an interviewee.

Cristina N.

Jobs Completed 2 Customer Ratings 2 Job Success 2/2 (100%)

Short Blog Post $70.00

How to Find the World's Best Talent

Three tips for recruiters/HR teams looking for the world's best talent. I will write about how analytics software, applicant tracking systems and career events optimize the recruitment process. I will also include industry facts and stats.

Kirk P.

Jobs Completed 1491 Customer Ratings 759 Job Success 1470/1491 (98%)

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A Boss vs a Leader

This is about the difference in just being a boss or being a real leader. It includes motivating employees, compassionate dialogue and communication, and everything that makes a difference in a loyal employee and one just collecting a paycheck.

Kim H.

Kim H.

Panama City, Florida, United States

Jobs Completed 180 Customer Ratings 92 Job Success 170/180 (94%)

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