Happy Friday! Take a look at this week’s must read articles for recruiters, hiring managers and everyone in between:
The Do’s (and Don’ts) of Text Recruiting (Read @ Lead with Indeed)
The days of T9 are long gone, and text messaging is here to stay — which means you need to add text message recruiting to your arsenal of recruiting tools.
Empathy Helped Zoom Earn A Spot Among the Best Places To Work In 2021 (Read @ Glassdoor)
This year, Zoom created an atmosphere of community, connection, and empathy in a new virtual world. Because of Zoom we were able to retain a bit of normalcy within chaotic surroundings.
10 tips for salary negotiation with a candidate (Read @ Monster)
With a market full of talented candidates, interviews—and making good offers—is the key to making sure you’ve got the best people. The right compensation package can help you recruit (and keep!) talent, but there are a lot of moving parts.
5 Ways Leaders Can Prepare for the 2021 Workplace, According to LinkedIn Execs (Read @ Inc.)
As the business world heads into 2021 with great optimism, a cloud of uncertainty remains hanging over the heads of many leaders. Execs are faced with two different realities: a pre-vaccine world of remote work and a post-vaccine world of figuring out how to safely engage with employees, job candidates, and customers.
9 Trends That Will Shape Work in 2021 and Beyond (Read @ Harvard Business Review)
It’s fair to say that 2020 rocked many organizations and business models, upending priorities and plans as business leaders scrambled to navigate a rapidly changing environment.
LinkedIn Data Shows Women and Gen Z Are More Likely to Apply to Remote Jobs (Read @ LinkedIn)
New data from LinkedIn suggests that offering remote jobs may make it easier to build more gender, educational, and generational diversity into your workforce.
13 Tips for Attracting Top Candidates When They’re Already Employed (Read @ Recruiter.com)
We’ve all been there: You find the perfect candidate, but they’re already employed at a bigger company paying a higher salary. How do you convince candidates to leave their existing roles and take a chance with you?
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