Attract and Retain Talent: Employer Branding Webinar

By Joy Belus on April 5, 2016 in Employers, Employment News, Job Advertising Tips, Recruiting Tips

Employer branding can be an elusive concept to grasp. What is it, exactly? How does it help your business? And above all, will putting effort into branding really be worth your time? Join Us for An Employer Branding Webinar Career Marketplace is here to help. Senior Account Executive / Sales Team Strategist Jamie Whitacre will answer these questions (and others!) […]

Employees Cost More Than Their Paycheck [Infographic]

How much do you think an employee costs your business? Hint: it’s more than just the number on their paycheck! There are the obvious costs, like employer taxes and workers’ comp. Then there are the less obvious ones, like retirement plan matches and daily coffee. For a visual of the true cost, check out the […]

5 Employer Branding DOs and DON’Ts

By Joy Belus on January 14, 2016 in Employers, Recruiting Tips, Uncategorized

Last week, we talked about employer branding and why it matters. To recap: it’s an important tool in your talent attraction and retention toolbox, and you can’t afford to ignore it. In this post, we’ll examine the current top 5 “dos and don’ts” of employer branding. 1) DO make employer branding a joint effort. The […]

Employer Branding—It Matters!

By Joy Belus on January 7, 2016 in Employers, Recruiting Tips

 Employers: what is your company’s biggest obstacle right now? According to the LinkedIn 2016 US Recruitment Trends report, a majority of organizations report that finding candidates in high demand talent pools is their top obstacle. Additionally, in the current candidate’s market, retention of top talent is a growing concern. To combat these issues, a focus […]

Creeping on Candidates: Liability Risks of Using Social Media in Hiring

By Amanda Moore on December 19, 2013 in Employers, Recruiting Tips

Liability Risks of Using Social Media in Hiring to Research Candidates A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive©, suggests that a growing number of companies use Social Media to research job applicants. Thirty-nine percent of all companies surveyed admitted to trolling on Social Media, up from 37 percent in 2012. The survey further showed that […]