Part 1: Preparing your rod to catch greatness; how to set up your social media to hook the best candidates

A 4-part series about social marketing for the savvy recruiter At Kinetix, we waste no time getting our new recruiters set up to tackle the digital networking frontier and teeing them up for social success. But what if you don’t have a designated recruitment marketing team to help brand your profiles to perfection? Luckily for […]

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Recruiting: The Race to the Finish – Part Two

If you are just tuning in, this is the second installment of Recruiting: The Race to the Finish. To read the 1st installment click here. In the standard recruiting process, you discover, research and apply. We already talked about step 1 and you are ready for step 2: Because we aren’t a standard recruiting firm we […]

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Oh Wait… There’s More: Networking Guide for Millennials

Last week, I discussed the similarities between business networking and meeting your significant other’s parents, complete with tips for trudging through. However, there’s a lot more to networking than putting yourself out there. While that’s a great start, if you really want to reap the benefits of networking, there’s more to it. Make a lasting […]

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Rising Above the Networking Fear

Scene: Senior year of college, final exams week, the main campus location where students studied. Character 1: Me, running on 3 hours of sleep, 50% blood/50% caffeine pumping through my veins, eyes wider and hair more frazzled than a normal person’s. Character 2: Guy who has no idea who I am. Action: I turn a corner, guy […]

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Forget Excel. What About The Other Skills?

You may have Excel mastered… or maybe you can even do back-end web development like a pro. Good for you! Those are awesome skills to have. It’s common for employers and employees to focus on tactical skills—skills that can be taught and learned. But what about the other skills? The ones that can’t be taught […]

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T-A-N-G-O Doesn’t Spell “Networking”

They say it takes two to tango. Ah, if only networking were so easy, even though some people forget that it’s not. When I first started college, it was a flood of (real life) social networking. It was kind of hard not to network in a communal living setting. However, as I entered my second, […]

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