Four Articles Recruiters Should Read In September
Here are four articles recruiters should read in September.
This is actually a post we wrote for Recruiter Magazine’s website based on our own experience. It would be handy to read this before attending the Recruitment Agency Expo (if you’re going) to see if recruitment CRMs are something you should be looking into while you’re there.
We recently wrote our own post about why you should integrate with one of our SMS providers, FireText, as SMS messaging is an essential in recruitment these days. So much so, that another one of our providers, FastSMS, have written this post on why it is a must for your recruitment business. If you are yet to integrate your recruitment CRM with a text provider then you should definitely read it!
Social Talent never fail to teach me something new in their blog posts and if you’re not following them then you really should. This particular post, written by MightyRecruiter, will introduce you to some handy Chrome extensions to make your life much easier whether that’s by keeping track of your social media or helping you to source candidates.
We all know how important social media is in recruitment but it doesn’t stop people from making mistakes. This post by Tony Restell, founder of Social Hire, outlines the most costly mistakes that can be made and how you can deal with them.
If you’ve read through all these and still want to read more then you can take a look at our favourite articles from July! As always, please share anything you find interesting with us on Twitter @itris.
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