Recruiting News Monday, March 5 Social media, Candidates, Social engineering & more…


Recruiting News TLDR / Table of Contents

  • Lacking in the Quality Candidate Department?
    • Truly successful recruiters have one thing in common, and it gives them a winning competitive edge in recruiting. Read this:
    • social media, candidates, potential candidates, Social Media Agency, interested candidates
  • Social Engineering: The Human Element of Sourcing & Recruiting Candidates
    • Why is the “Boolean Black Belt” writing and presenting about social engineering? Well, it’s actually quite simple. It all started over 20 years ago when I began working for a small, privately held IT staffing firm in Northern VA. In pursuit of becoming the top performing recruiter, I not only…
    • social engineering, Boolean Black Belt, Social Engineering Framework, social engineering strategies, social engineering content
  • Don’t miss Zoho Recruit’s latest updates « Zoho Blog
    • Collaborating with your team to spot talent just got easier with Zoho Recruit’s newest updates to our ATS.Automated Messages: Keeping candida…
    • Zoho Recruit, recruiting process, Workflows–a powerful function, automated SMS messages,

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Lacking in the Quality Candidate Department?

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  • Thats why, with the ever-growing presence of media in our lives, many recruiters are changing the way they seek out candidates.
  • While mixing up your job posting can absolutely send a message about the type of people you are looking for, why not show potential candidates what makes your company such a great place to work in-person?
  • In contrast to social media, a Meetup group presents the opportunity to interact with potential candidates face-to-face.
  • Use LinkedIn, Facebook or other social media outlets to target the companys ideal candidates.
  • In fact,84% of candidateswould consider leaving their current company if another company withexcellent employer brandingoffered them a job.

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Social Engineering: The Human Element of Sourcing & Recruiting Candidates

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  • Social engineering is, according to Chris Hadnagy, creator of the Social Engineering Framework, The art, or better yet, science, or skillfully maneuvering human beings to take action in some aspect of their lives.
  • I saw Chris speak at the2011 SourceCon in NY, although he didnt really dive deep into the concepts of the book he had published at the end of 2010 Social Engineering, The Art of Human Hacking, and it wasnt until Jeremy Roberts wrote about Chriss book in early 2015 that…
  • As I was reading the first half of the book, I had manyepiphanousmoments when I realized that many of the things I had been doing in my candidate messaging and when on the phone with potential candidates beginning nearly 20 years prior and continuing over the years training my teams…
  • It provides a high-level overview of many social engineering strategies and tactics that I have personally used in a white hat manner when seeking to influence potential candidates to respond to outreach efforts, be open to speaking candidly with me, provide high quality referrals, and convert to being a qualified,…
  • As you will see in the deck, social engineering is essentially the human element of sourcing and recruiting candidates.

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  • Collaborating with your teamto spot talent just goteasier with Zoho Recruits newest updates to our ATS.
  • Keeping candidates informed about each stage of the recruiting process is already part of a recruiters job.
  • The recruiting process has many stakeholders and even more moving partsfrom matching candidates to the right openingsto collating feedback from interviewers.
  • With Zoho Recruits Notifications, youll never miss an update.
  • Just like any other tagging functionality, Zoho Recruits @mentionssends a push-notification so your team can stay on top of their game.

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