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Nov
07

How Branding, Employee Engagement + Wellness Can Create a Stronger Workforce

posted on November 7th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Branding,Career,Hiring,Leadership,Marketing,Recruiting with 0 Comments

We know how tough finding, and keeping, the right talent can be. This week on our podcast, in:dispensable, Colleen interviews Rachel Druckenmiller who has devoted her career to wellness, engagement and all-around workplace health. Rachel shares her wonderful insight on employee engagement, leading intentionally and how to truly value employees. The blog posts below can […]

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Aug
06

You Aren’t Ready to Hire

posted on August 6th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Hiring,Recruiting with 0 Comments

There are many barriers to a good hire. Previously, I wrote about Deadbeat Candidates and the challenges of poor communication and no follow-up. I later followed that post up with Deadbeat Recruiters, because I know that for every challenging candidate out there, there is a recruiter equally deficient in communication skills and initiative. Let’s be […]

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May
07

Employment Branding is Vital to Recruiting

posted on May 7th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Branding,Hiring,Leadership,LinkedIn Tools | Apps,Marketing,Recruiting with 0 Comments

I recently wrote about how important it is for companies to build an engaging culture in order to attract great employees: “The most talented professionals can be selective. They’re good at what they do, so they don’t necessarily need to take the first opportunity that comes their way. They’re going to find the company that […]

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Apr
09

Do CEOs know what they want? Yes, they do.

posted on April 9th, 2019 by Colleen McKenna in CEOs,Hiring,Recruiting,Strategy with 0 Comments

Do you download content that makes you think? I do. While I’m interested in lots of varied information and am a sucker for a good headline, I know that I’ll be dropped into a sales funnel and a salesperson who most likely didn’t look at my LinkedIn profile or website will begin to send me […]

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Mar
19

LinkedIn Recruiter: How I Made the Top 1%

posted on March 19th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Hiring,Recruiting with 0 Comments

On 3/13/19, I received this message from LinkedIn: I am not at all a person that seeks accolades or awards, however, I have to admit, this was pretty cool. Out of curiosity, I performed a search on LinkedIn Recruiter, including current titles such as Recruiter, Sourcer and Talent Acquisition Manager, and came up with over […]

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Feb
05

Getting the Most Out of Your LinkedIn InMail Messages

LinkedIn InMail messages have been getting a lot of airtime recently. From webinars to ebooks to A TON of client questions, it seems that this LinkedIn resource that helps you directly message non-connections is simultaneously appealing and intimidating. But have no fear! I send InMails all of the time, (daily as a matter of fact), […]

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Dec
11

The Benefits of a Transparent Culture

posted on December 11th, 2018 by Erin Miller in CEOs,Hiring,Leadership,Recruiting with 0 Comments

There is a lot of discussion these days about the tight labor market and, specifically, how it’s affecting small businesses. I read one story about a restaurant that’s offering one free meal a day for a year to anyone that refers a successful candidate. Businesses are taking extra (and some may argue, necessary) steps to […]

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Nov
13

Three Feel-Good LinkedIn Recruiter Stories

posted on November 13th, 2018 by Erin Miller in Recruiting with 0 Comments

I love a good tear-jerker. And as we approach the holidays, I start to get that itch (my husband calls it the “Christmas onslaught”) for the sentimental movies, the cozy get-togethers, and the sweet holiday songs about gathering with family and friends. If you’re like me, then you’ll enjoy reading these next three stories about […]

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Oct
16

Are You Sure You’re Impressing Candidates?

posted on October 16th, 2018 by Colleen McKenna in Recruiting with 0 Comments

Every CEO group I work with has a similar need; to find new talent for their growing organizations. …A bit fatigued, somewhat deflated and definitely skeptical, they tend to look outwardly for solutions when I submit that their best options are well within their grasp. First, it’s important you understand how someone finds, acquaints themselves […]

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