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SOCIAL MEDIA TIPS

Whether you are actively looking for a job or not, it is important to represent yourself online the same way you would during a live interview. Everything from your profile picture to what you “like,” “retweet,” or “share” represents your individual brand. Recruiters get information about prospective employees by viewing their digital footprint. Take a look at some of the articles below for advice on how to showcase your talents in the best possible light.

Responsive RPO

By | August 10th, 2016|

The Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) space has seen a lot of changes due to the introduction of technology into the procedure. Each year

Personal Branding: Your Ticket to Career Success

By | June 27th, 2016|

Times have changed, and the age of technology has transformed today’s job search tactics. With social media, online accounts, and the availability of

Whatever you do – don’t InMail me.

By | June 24th, 2016|

I'm going to be honest with you, I'm not sure what's been happening with Linkedin over the past few months. Now let me

9 Top Recruiting Trends for Job Seekers and Employers in 2016

By | May 10th, 2016|

  9 TOP RECRUITING TRENDS FOR JOB SEEKERS AND EMPLOYERS IN 2016 As a job seeker and / or employer you need to

Busy, busy, busy….Innovation vs Workload

By | April 29th, 2016|

We all had those days when we come to the office in the morning and the race begins; we blink just for a

Is there an Alternative to the Online Application?

By | April 22nd, 2016|

HR professionals and hiring managers will likely ask you to apply online when inquiring with them regarding job opportunities at their respective companies.

Social Media Guidelines to Improve Your Career

By | March 21st, 2016|

Social media holds many obvious benefits to a career-minded user: besides proving that you’re a real person, social media encourages personal branding and

5 Job Search Tips For The Happily Employed Candidate

By | March 11th, 2016|

  Sometimes life gives you lemons and, as the saying goes, you make lemonade. Meaning, when life hands you unexpected situations you make

We Are Asking What when we should be asking WHY?

By | January 26th, 2016|

For each of us, as we become adults, working to earn a living is both a necessity and a key part of who we become in our world. There are financial implications, social implications, feel-good implications, and implications out into the future that our choices now will impact. We call this “the ripple effect”. And when we are asked the easy and common introductory question by others of “what we do”, those that are asking are usually asking to see where you fit in and where they fit in. But imagine if, once you proclaim the current role you work in, that the same person asks you this more thought provoking question: “WHY do you do that work?” What would your answer be? How would you really respond?

The Annual Survey Results Are In….

By | January 20th, 2016|

In December of 2015 the Elevate team met and decided that as Recruiters we wanted to look at some of the common conceptions and misconceptions that exist in our world and compare it to what candidates actual said.  To that end we created our first annual Candidate Survey.  For this survey we focused on the candidate communication experience.  Over the course of 2 months we surveyed over 10,000 successful and non-successful (meaning they were not hired) candidates that had been at some point contacted by one of our Sourcing team members for an Aon RPO client.  We had just over 1,000 respondents (making this one of the most successful surveys I’ve ever run).  Here then is a high-level overview of the results we generated:

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