Month: August 2020

Save Credits with the Precontact Tool Update As you know, PreContact Tool is one of the better email finding tools out there. PreContactTool is a Chrome extension that allows you to find the contact details for a person’s LinkedIn profile page. With their latest update, it gives you more! You can now get phone numbers
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When beginning the process of introducing solutions involve the customer in the discussions.Jack Welsh told us that “The best Six Sigma projects begin not inside the business but outside it, focused on answeringthe question - how can we make the customer more competitive? What is critical to the customer’s success? One thing we have discovered
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You’ve never had a résumé before. Maybe you’ve never needed one. But now you do. And you don’t know where to start. The primary purpose of the résumé is to get you the opportunity to interview for the job. Everything you do — and include — should focus on this goal. Your résumé should be targeted to
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Email Accepting Job Offer Thank You Email Sample 1 ​RE: [Job Title] – Offer Acceptance Dear  [Recipient’s Name], Thank you for extending this job offer to me. It is my pleasure to accept this offer and to join [company name]. Please consider this email as my formal acceptance of the offer for the position of [job title]. I
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HCM Talent Technology Roundup August 28, 2020 https://recruitingdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2020/08/TAT-8-28-20.mp3 Deskless Candidates Get No Love Deskless workers represent a significant proportion of the workforce—up to 80%, by many estimates—but HR technology vendors haven’t prioritized their needs. That may change as the pandemic increases the number of employees working outside of the office. Even now recruiters must pay
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How can Artificial Intelligence Help Recruiters? The role of AI across industries and sectors have crossed the stage of being an in-trend technology.  The time when businesses were incorporating AI to emerge as a tech leader has been replaced by a time where businesses are using AI to survive and come steps ahead of the
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The job market is governed by one constant—change. Sometimes that change can be anticipated, like seasonal recruitment cycles. Other times, it’s the result of unforeseen circumstances, such as the recent global health crisis and the corresponding economic downturn.  In many countries across the world, lockdown restrictions are slowly being relaxed and economies are beginning to
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Addressing Old School Resume Protocol I read a lot. I enjoy mysteries, but I also read for work: to stay on top of trends in talent acquisition, to discover new technologies in Sourcing. And, I read to be informed on recruitment marketing drifts. The talent acquisition profession had years of sluggish growth that has been
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New skills are great – it’s just the diligence, time and patience to learn them that often holds us back. Right? Wrong. What if we told you that it’s actually less about what you learn, and more about how you learn. Here are five tips to help you maximise your learning today. 1.  Make it bitesize
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As a talent acquisition leader, you’re a problem-solver. When you’re tasked with tracking down a rainbow unicorn pegasus candidate, you somehow discover a way to find the unfindable. But there’s one seemingly straightforward req that will inevitably come your way that is loaded with hidden complexities.  What’s the dreaded req? Hiring your own boss. At
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