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What does it take for an employer to attract you?
How much time would you invest completing an application?
What if you are not searching for a job, should employers still try to recruit you?
One lucky survey respondent will earn a free resume consultation/revision by Career Coach, Bethany Wallace. 50 respondents could earn a $5 Starbucks gift card.
A two series study on Source of Hire conducted in collaboration with Frostburg State University
Results show how HR, Recruiting and Talent Acquisition professionals measure, use, track, store, and act on Source of Hire results. Three factors (Priming, Inducing and Facilitating) were found to best explain how sources of hire transform a candidate from “job shopper” to job applicant.
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Recruiting Articles and Research
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- Employers Need to Hire Faster and Smarter in 2017
- Source of Hire Study Results
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