In July, recruiters can gain valuable insights and knowledge by reading several informative articles. By keeping up with industry trends and best practices, recruiters can improve their skills and stay ahead of the competition. There are many resources available, such as articles on sourcing, recruiting strategies, technology, and more. By staying informed, recruiters can be better equipped to find and attract top talent for their clients. Reading regularly is a simple and effective way for recruiters to enhance their expertise and provide better service to their clients.

Here are four articles recruiters should read in July.

Why Do Recruiters Need To Use Social Media?

Social media is an essential tool for everyone, no matter what industry they’re in and for recruiters, it’s even more important with a high percentage of job seekers using it in their job search. This post will introduce you to the benefits of using social media as a part of your recruitment strategy and how it can be linked to your recruitment CRM.

Recruiters Should Review The Gender Pay Gap

Following on from the BBC’s gender pay gap article posted earlier this week, Recruiter have put their own spin on things in their recent post. They explore the difference between the gender pay gap and equal pay gap and with what is going on in the news, it’s an essential article to read this week!

The Power of Marketing in Recruitment 

You can always rely on Broadbean for a great blog post! This particular one discusses practical marketing actions you can take to improve your success. Marketing is key for every recruitment agency and this is a useful post for anyone no matter how developed your current marketing strategy is. While you’re there, you might also want to have a read through their other posts!

7 Tips for Surviving as a Recruiter Today

Recruitment is getting more and more saturated so naturally, it’s becoming harder to work in. Undercover Recruiter’s post will give you their advice on how you can become the best at what you do and stay ahead of the competition despite the threat of AI to the industry.

If you’ve read through all these and still want to read more then you can take a look at our favourite articles from June! As always, please share anything you find interesting with us on Twitter @itris.