Social Listening’s one of those phrases that’s been creeping into the workplace more and more recently. What does it mean? Should you even care? Isn’t this just another buzzword for comfy recruiters to chuck around? Or is it a concept you should – nay, must – take advantage of before the end of 2019?
There’s a lively market dedicated to helping your sleep better. And here are 7 hacks designed to help you stress less, drop off like a sloth at a burning marijuana plantation, and wake up more alert and productive than you normally do.
In this productivity hacks article from Hunted we explore the best Google Chrome extensions to save Recruiters time and increase efficiency.
Moore’s law refers to the rate technology advances, and Recruiters can place themselves ahead of the curve by being aware of one or two things.
The Friday Fix is a hand picked email that signals the start of the weekend in recruitment. A few hours before the beer fridge opens, it drops into your inbox with a rundown of the best apps and programs to augment your recruiting day. Here are the best of 2019 so far.
Technology’s often first in the firing line when it comes to putting the blame on poor mental health. But if there’s a way to support your mental health using technology, it’s worth rewriting the rulebook. So here are 5 of the top apps and programs for maintaining good mental health in recruitment.
10 apps and programs that’ll optimise your time on recruitment’s favourite social network. Let’s get stuck in.
Last year I wrote an article on The Immediate Future of AI in Recruitment in which I hazard some bold guesses as to how recruitment would adapt to AI in the workplace. This year I’m updating it, comparing the market then with the market today, and speculating wildly on what’s next.
Note-taking. Hardly the most rock and roll topic in recruitment. A particularly dull, necessary evil. And a mammoth time consumer. If only there was a way to optimise note-taking. To streamline it. To make it both more accurate and more effective…
To succeed in the modern recruitment game, you’ll need two things: 1. an entrepreneurial mindset, and 2. a podcast. Here are 6 of the top shows for any budding Warren Buffetts to listen to.