Asking for Current Salaries Without Putting Candidates Off

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Recruiting is all about talking to people: talking to candidates during the whole process, talking to hiring managers as you move candidates along, talking to your teammates about different strategies for clients, and the list goes on. With all the people recruiters talk to and all the different conversations they engage in each day, perhaps […]

3 Engaging Podcast Topic Ideas To Catch Candidate Attention

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We’ve decided podcasting is worth the time and investment as a form of employer branding and connecting with your candidate audience. There’s an opportunity to get deep with podcasting through capturing stories of employees, sharing tips and tricks, or interesting banter back and forth between experts. Any serious job-seeker is going to suck all of […]

How to Balance Your Life as A Recruiter

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Recruiting is all about the balancing act. Realistically recruiting is not a 9-5 job. In order to find and place candidates, you have to always be available. Whether it’s via phone, email or text – you are always on. So, within your recruiting career can you obtain a work-life balance while hitting your weekly calls, […]

Should You Start a Podcast to Boost Your Recruiting Efforts?

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There’s something about the spoken word that is more intimate, more personal, more accessible, and more engaging than the written word. I personally love a good podcast—I love to hear other experts’ opinions, industry talk, advice, stories, etc. As I listen to some of my favorite wellness, branding, and marketing podcasts, I feel like I begin […]

Tapping Into the Power of LinkedIn Connections

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As a recruiter, the power of your connections on LinkedIn starts with building a strong and robust network. If you are in the recruiting business—chances are if you are reading this—you probably have a vast network of people you have connected with on LinkedIn. However, if you are not utilizing your connections through networking and […]

What Is Social Proof and How Can It Help You Recruit?

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The Four Types of Content Recruiters Should Be Sharing To Build Their Personal Brands

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Recruiting is a busy gig. There’s a lot going on everyday—from intake calls, to phone screens, to offers, not to mention all the note taking and documenting in between. With goals to think about and reqs to fill, who has time for building a personal brand by posting to social media? At least, that’s the typical recruiter mentality. […]

The Art of Follow-Up

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Do you ever get stuck on how to follow-up with your hiring manager?  Look no further—the Kinetix marketing gurus are at your service. We know as a recruiter you have a busy and action packed day and sometimes follow-up up can be left at the end of a to-do list. The art of follow up […]

Recruiting: The Importance of Following Up with Hiring Managers

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Following up with hiring managers is the key to success. And no, we are not quoting DJ Khalid. Hiring managers are always being thrown in 10 different directions at once.  With hundreds of resumes, multiple intake calls and just the day to day interview blocking, chances are high that your hiring manager won’t be the […]

Stop InMailing Candidates and Start Facebook Messaging Them

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LinkedIn recently gave their site a much-needed redesign, reminding everyone that they very much are still in the social media game. One of the most notable features of their platform’s facelift is the upgrade InMail received. InMail, as even the most novice LinkedIn users know, is the social media site’s messaging service. Whereas InMail used to be […]