Whatsapp for Recruitment

Whatsapp is brilliant in these scenarios for several reasons: You can verify if the phone number still belongs to your prospect by checking the name and profile picture they have set on WhatsApp. You can see if your message was delivered and if it was read The person receiving the message can see your profile picture and judge if you’re legit before they decide to answer They don’t have to

Engaging Your Candidates

Longer job vacancies and slower time-to-fill can derail an organization’s ability to reach business goals, making it imperative to have a robust talent pipeline at the ready to stay well connected to high-quality candidates. Technology, such as a recruitment marketing automation tool, mobile-optimized career sites, and a social media presence, can streamline processes and provide you with pools of warm talent from which to source when your organization is ready.

Twitter and it's 140-character limit

  SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter plans to let people fire off links or pictures without eating into the 140-character limit set for posts at the one-to-many messaging service, Bloomberg reported on Monday. The change could take place by the end of this month, according to a Bloomberg report that cited someone familiar with the matter. Twitter declined to comment, but the move would come as the San Francisco-based company strives to

Recruiting trends to watch out for in 2016!

  The Top 12 Recruiting Trends That Will Become Dominant in 2016 Trend #12 – Anonymous resume screening and blind interviewing Why being aware of this trend is critical — because the recent strong push for hiring diverse people and STEM women occurred primarily in the technology industry, there has been much more emphasis on using a more scientific approach to diversity recruiting. As a result, more recruiting leaders have become aware

Facebook is disabling messaging

Facebook is removing the messaging capability from its mobile web application, according to a notice being served to users: “Your conversations are moving to Messenger,” it reads. Welcome news to the millions like me who switched to the web app in order to avoid Messenger in the first place! At the moment, you can just dismiss the notice and go about your business. But this summer the warning will become