Posts Tagged ‘recruiting technology’

My Dots

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards.” (Steve Jobs, Stanford University, June 2005) I’ll start with 3 stories and let you guys connect the dots. Job 1: About 10 years ago I completed my mandatory army service in Israel and started looking for a job. Super old-school – ...

How to Get Executive Approval for the Recruiting Platform You Need

Is Your Leadership Listening? Trying to win executive approval for the right recruiting technology can be a frustrating process, like talking to a wall. You pour your heart out explaining your need, to no avail. But what if the problem isn’t the wall? What if the problem is how you’re talking to it—and what you’re ...

The Cost of Not Upgrading

I see articles every day about this new “Millennial” generation and how entitled they feel. Half of the articles are written from the perspective of the employer who seems almost bitter at the fact that they HAVE to hire these lazy, self-absorbed, altruistic kids. The other half are written from the perspective of a millennial ...

College Bound Recruiting CRM

Resolutions, new calendars, using up those gift cards you received over the holidays – all trademarks of a new year.  If you’re a recruiter or sourcer it is also typically the time of year your organization kicks off college recruiting programs.  Some organizations have a dedicated team or individual to lead their efforts, for the ...

Happy Holidays from Jobvite

I know, I know. You read these holiday well-wish blogs from just about every CEO on the planet, and they all offer the same sentiments. It gets a little…boring. Right? Not to decry the sentiments—because no doubt they all offer heartfelt feelings. In fact, if these other execs are anything like me, every single one ...

A Video Interview is Worth a Thousand Resumes

I will never forget struggling to get my first job in product management. I was sure that if I could just get a phone interview I would be able to sell the recruiter that my background, while non-traditional, aligned extremely well with what they were looking for.  I only had one big problem – my ...

Recruiting CRM: Get Them While You Got Them

From a jobseeker’s standpoint, your career site is most likely the first touch point they have with your organization’s recruiting process.  You are most likely directly or indirectly paying for jobseekers to visit your career site through your recruiting marketing efforts.  Imagine jobseekers coming to your career site looking for opportunities that fit their background, ...

Sharing is Caring

09.17.2013 · Posted in Innovation, Jobvite News, social recruiting

At Jobvite, we recognize that there are times where as a Jobvite Engage user you really wish you could easily share the ultra rich contact records in your pipeline with your recruiting team, hiring managers, and even external stakeholders, to move passive candidates down the recruiting funnel. With Jobvite Engage, you can now easily share ...

Jobvite Cares

07.25.2013 · Posted in Jobvite News, Perspectives

At Jobvite, we have a set of values that guide absolutely everything we do—from our personal interactions and customer support to our product development and innovation. Our #1 value is Customers Matter Most. More than our products. More than our financials. Our entire company understands that without the success of our customers, we have nothing. ...

The Top 10 Most Indemand Startups Among Bay Area Engineers

Yesterday, LinkedIn data scientist James Raybould posted a blog ranking the 10 Most InDemand Startups Among Bay Area Engineers.  The war for talent is alive and well in Silicon Valley and the battle for engineering talent is fierce.  Based on site interactions among Bay Area engineering talent on LinkedIn, Mr. Raybould details the companies leading ...