Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Recruiters Sourcing Toolkit

In a technology driven age knowledge about social media is absolutely essential for recruiters. It is the In thing with modern Sourcers today. So how can we obtain better results from our searches without equipping ourselves with the necessary tools to perform efficiently and effectively as recruiters?  So let’s find out which tools can speed up the entire process of recruitment.Tracking email toolsIf recruiters are aware of who and when they have seen their emails, that helps recruiters to narrow down the candidates that are interested in the job profile. Based on this there are a few handy tools that assist recruiters to do just

Read more of this post

Docstoc for All Your Business Related Queries

DocstocDocstoc provides useful tools in the form of professional, financial and legal documents and technology for establishing and nurturing small- and middle-sized business. Wikipedia describes it as an, “Electronic document repository and online store ….”

Docstoc was launched a month after its listing, as one of the first TechCrunch40 finalist, in the year 2007 by Jason Nazar and Alon Shwartz. Back then it was simply a repository of user-submitted documents meant for small businesses. It announced its emergence from the experimental “beta” stage on May 13, 2009, with new sophisticated additions like open APIs and an advertising generated revenue sharing model with users, besides a revamped website that features selected documents, highlights more images and also highlights different document categories in the domain of business, technology, legal and current events, personal finance, education, jobs and careers, science, medicine, lifestyle, among others, on the left of the page.

Read more of this post

Erecruiting: Facebook Hiring & Recruitment

Blog By Jessica Miller-Merrell
jessicaJessica Miller-Merrell, SPHR is a HR consultant, new media strategist,
and author who writes at Blogging4Jobs. Jessica is the host of Job Search Secrets,
an internet television show for job seekers.

Facebook is now the most visited place on the web, outpacing Google late last year. As candidates spend more time on the world’s most popular social networking site, it makes sense that recruiters would use Facebook for hiring and recruitment. As part of our Erecruiting series here at SmartRecruiters, I’m focusing on differently recruiting and sourcing methods across the internet.

Read more of this post

%d bloggers like this: