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.
The question of the role of tech in recruitment’s a far from answered one. An algorithm’s never going to replace a Recruiter, but plenty of tools exist to automate or optimise a lot of recruitment’s more menial tasks. How much should you be using? And when does investing in tech become a sensible thing to do?
The most common New Years resolutions are about reclaiming, or making the most of, our time. So here are the best apps and programs to do just that in 2019. From distraction blockers to automation tools, it’s all here.
LinkedIn’s become a bin for a handful of supremely dedicated bullshit merchants “influencers” to peddle stories they’ve either plagiarised or fabricated. Micromanagement’s bad. Caring’s good. Hire whoever’s soaking wet because they walked to the interview in the rain. And it never really gets more complicated than that. Except there’s an uplifting anecdote attached. And it’ll contort your toes. Not least because it’s picked up over a thousand likes in a matter of hours. But because of who the hero is. That’s right. You’ve guessed it. It’s them.
Wearables are all over the place. But do they have a place in recruitment? Assuming you’re a step shy of transforming yourself physically or altering your reality virtually, here’s a look at the best bits of robo-jewellery you can actually use to augment your recruiting life.
Exactly how does the notorious LinkedIn algorithm work? And what can you do to boost your chances of getting a priority position in the newsfeed? This article looks at what Recruiters can do to build their network and boost the chances of going viral.
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.