Hunted’s Productivity Hacks series brings you the latest tech to seriously upgrade your recruitment game. And this month, we’re starting 2020 on the front foot with a selection of tools to help you optimise your posts online, a suite of gadgets to wear throughout your recruiting day, a choice selection of handy apps and one proper blast from the past…
Remote working’s been sprung on the nation. And while there’s been plenty of great recruitment businesses operating remote models to success, for years – including, to a degree, your pals at Hunted – you’ve now got to catch up. Working remotely requires a bit of grit…
You don’t need me to tell you about the power of referrals.
You’ll already ask for one after a job well placed. You might even have a few on LinkedIn, proudly displayed like war medals on the lapel of your profile.
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.
There’s a new buzzword in town: sales gamification. Using the psychology – and fun – of a game, to help sales teams reach new heights. But is it a passing fad or a clever motivator?
LinkedIn’s become the corporate equivalent of YouTube over the past year or so. Video job ads, video CVs, short films on knowledge sharing and employer branding. This article offers and advice on how to get the most out of your content.
The Friday Fix signals the start of the weekend in recruitment. We rounded up the top apps, gadgets and programs from The Fix halfway through the year. And these are the best we’ve featured since.
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?