3 Best Types of Employer Branding Content That Drives Employee Retention

Employer branding is a double-edged sword—it’s a great initiative to attract the best talent for your teams, but also it’s the perfect strategy to help retain current employees you have right now. A stellar employer brand can also improve the corporate brand + identity to the outside world. Sign us up, right?! Let’s review what […]

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How to Spice Up Your LinkedIn Messages to Candidates

A well-crafted, spicy LinkedIn message is the first step in engaging top talent. Initial communication between you and candidate is the first impression you will make on them. Let’s make them remember you –  just like they remember eating jalapenos. Your first message to them sets the stage for more to come. Creating a positive […]

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Crafting A Killer Candidate Experience With UX Principles

“True user experience goes far beyond giving customers what they say they want, or providing checklist features. “ –Nielsen Norman Group User Experience (UX) is the practice of creating experiences for users to enhance their interactions with a company, idea, or product. In other words, it’s what makes consumers love the things they consume. It’s […]

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How Storytelling Helps Recruiters Tell the Right Story to Sell the Candidate

I recently came across an article on HR Bartender, Use Storytelling to Create Employee Engagement. This article inspired me to think beyond the normal realms of employment branding as a form of storytelling but as a way for the recruiter to sell their client company’s story. In the article it refers the two as very […]

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Back to the Basics – Interviews

Regardless if you are interviewing your very first candidate ever or you are a senior recruiter, it doesn’t hurt to review the basics of interview etiquette every once in a while.  Here at Kinetix, our recruiters interview and screen a plethora of candidates, all the time.  So, prepare yourself people. When preparing for your interview, […]

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Building Relationships via Social Media Customer Service

“Twitter has once again proven that customer service is the new marketing.” This is how a recent post by SocialMediaToday begins, before diving into the revenue potential of being a responsive brand on Twitter. The study referenced in the SocialMediaToday article, conducted by Twitter, looks at just three different types of brands (airlines, pizza, telco), but the results that show […]

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