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Over the past 10 years, the value of ‘employer brand’ has risen drastically. We have been witness to many organizations successfully grasping all that employer brand entails.
Throughout the year, the HireClix team hosts a variety of local, intimate gatherings across the country. Some cities you’ll find happy hours or lunches, others you might find yourself conversing over a bountiful dinner.
As of last week, employers in New York City are no longer permitted to ask candidates for their salary history during the selection process.
For many companies, employee referral hires prove to be top quality hires. Research shows that referral hires assimilate more quickly, have greater engagement, and stay at the company longer than non-referral hires.
Ahhh… the “Center of Excellence” (or “Center of Expertise” as a former employer insisted on calling it) – what is it and do you need one?
The Fall recruiting conference season is right around the corner. Now is the time to decide which events you want to attend and where you want to send members of your team.
HireClix’s research into employee referral trends was designed to uncover trends and challenges in employee referral programs. Over 100 recruiting organizations in a variety of industries and geographies participated in the survey
You know you need to have a strategy and plan to promote your talent/employment brand. You know that some of these activities are free and other cost money.
Many corporate talent acquisition leaders strive to move their company into the top tier of innovative recruitment practices.
In order to build your employment brand with the current generation, you have an internship program. You bring college students into your company for several weeks in the summer to give them exposure to your workplace.