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by My Say, SmartRecruiters Job seeking and recruiting have changed forever. Technology has made a huge impact on talent acquisition in recent years. Long gone are the days of classified ads and sifting through faxed resumes to attract and identify that perfect candidate. Today, job seekers have gone beyond emailing resumes and cover letters and… Read more »

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by Jason Buss A company’s corporate career site provides a great opportunity to showcase the true value proposition of an employer and can provide compelling reasons for both active and passive candidates to learn more and eventually express an interest in working for the company. Words, pictures, tweets and videos all play a role in… Read more »

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By: Sophie Deering   Resumes are tricky to get absolutely right and although there are no hard rules about what should and shouldn’t be included in it, there are a few things that can affect how your prospective employers perceive you negatively. In such a competitive job market one slip up can be all it… Read more »

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by Liz Ryan   I have sympathy and compassion for every living creature but my patience is wearing thin with the plaint “It’s so hard to find good employees”! It isn’t hard. There are tremendous people everywhere. We make recruiting ten times harder than it needs to be. I ran a Fortune 500 HR team…. Read more »

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By: Irene McConnell   Having reviewed and written thousands of resumes over the years, first as a recruiter and now as a professional brand builder, I’ve noticed a significant gap between what most management resumes include, and what recruiters and hiring managers actually want to see.   With competition for top posts higher than ever,… Read more »