Famous writers like David Mamet know how to hold an audience’s attention like few others. Good dramatic writing is to effective business writing as coffee is to closers.
Not all investments made by early adopters pay off. Anyone who is early to mobile recruiting knows what it feels like to go out on a limb. Without the right infrastructure, nothing succeeds.
Each communications channel implies a different mode of recruiting and a different cost per hire. Imagine a spectrum that ranges from active at one end to passive at the other.
With hundreds, maybe even thousands of communications tools at your disposal, what in the world do you do? It will certainly feel overwhelming unless you have a strategy for dealing with the noise level.
“In the years I’ve been researching, reading, writing and creating employer brands, the most overused phrase has to be “employer value proposition.” You join the tribe and POOF. It’s like taking your blindfold off in a Febreze commercial.” Susan Strayer
Feature: When is the right time to invest in mobile? The longer you can wait, the clearer it will get. But can you afford to wait? John Sumser has Five keys to Mobile Recruiting in this week’s feature article on HRExaminer. Also in this issue, William Tincup on Customer Feedback and John interviews Bryan Chaney on HRExaminer Radio.